Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Tag: doj

Conservatives Want to Do Away with Affirmative...

Back in 2014, a federal lawsuit was filed in Massachusetts on behalf of a group of Asian-Americans charging Harvard University’s undergraduate-admissions process with discriminating...

Rinse and Repeat: DOJ Fails to Bring...

BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — The Justice Department's decision not to charge two white Baton Rouge police officers in the shooting death of a...

D.C. Mayor’s New Task Force Will Focus...

Amid public outcry over the rash of Black teens gone missing from Washington, D.C., Mayor Muriel E. Bowser announced Friday, March 24, her intention to...

2 Federal Judges Block Trump’s New Travel...

Federal judges in Hawaii and Maryland have blocked President Donald Trump's new travel ban, citing comments he made on cable news during election season. Honolulu U.S. District...

Sessions Lied About Meeting with Russians; Now,...

Yet another member of President Donald Trump's administration is in hot water over reports of alleged communication with Russian officials prior to the 2016...

Threat of DOJ Lawsuit Forces Ferguson City...

The Ferguson, Missouri, City Council is reconsidering the U.S. Department of Justice’s suggested reforms of its criminal justice system. According to Raw Story, the City...

Trayvon Martin’s Mother Surprised By The Prevalence...

Following the death of her 17-year-old son, Trayvon Martin, many things came as a surprise to Sybrina Fulton. The overwhelming amount of support from...

Tennessee District That Segregated Schools For Decades...

A Tennessee school district systematically segregated African-American students for decades, but on Tuesday reached a settlement with the Justice Department that assures reform, but...

Disturbing Memo: Seattle Police Official Complains Officers...

In a case that illustrates a basic problem in how many police perceive their jobs, a Seattle police official told his officers that they...