According to former Attorney General Eric Holder, Edward Snowden and the Justice Department might strike a deal that enables the former NSA contractor to return from Moscow to the United States.
In a speech on Monday night, Attorney General Eric Holder said he plans to target the practice of racial profiling in law enforcement agencies throughout the country and end it "once and for all."
How did the rape kit backlog in the United States get so serious? How did we get to a place where there are roughly 400,000 untested rape kits nationwide, dating back as far as the 1980s, gathering dust as the cases they represent grow colder and colder? The answer, broadly, is a lack of funding, combined with a…
President Obama might have chosen his replacement for outgoing U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, Loretta Lynch. Lynch, currently a New York federal prosecutor, would be the first African American woman in the position. She has no close political ties to the POTUS which, according to the New York Times, bodes well for…
In St. Louis, Mo., the next black political superstar might’ve revealed himself — he’s 11. Recently, Marquis Govan took on the St. Louis City Council, and CBS’ Jane Pauley, explaining that they’re focusing on the looting in Ferguson, Mo. but real problems, like job creation, aren’t being solved. 11-year-olds know…
Today marks one month since Ferguson, MO police officer Darren Wilson fatally shot 18-year-old Mike Brown. Wilson hasn't been arrested or charged. Protests have settled down and Attorney General Eric Holder is on the case but we're still waiting for a grand jury to even indict Wilson.
Attorney General Eric Holder came down hard on the Boy Scouts' ban on gay troop leaders, declaring their policy promotes "the worst kind of stereotypes" about the LGBT community.
On Friday, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder announced in an online video statement that his office stands in support of legalized gay marriage in Utah.
"We ask [the CIA] to do some very difficult things [...] — in this case, we had specific legal authority from the Justice Department."