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Paul Ryan wants Hillary Clinton’s security clearance revoked

“No one should be above the law.”

On by Dell Cameron

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DOJ asks judge to block North Carolina’s anti-LGBT ‘bathroom’ law

The feds said 44,000 transgender state residents are harmed by the law.

On by Mary Emily O’Hara

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Loretta Lynch vows to ‘accept’ FBI guidance in Clinton email investigation

The attorney general said the FBI is acting independently and following the law.

On by Dell Cameron

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U.S. Justice Department sues North Carolina for anti-LGBT civil rights violations

‘This country was founded on a promise of equal rights for all.’

On by Mary Emily O’Hara

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U.S. charges 7 Iranian hackers for attacks on 46 banks, New York dam

‘The FBI will find those behind cyber intrusions and hold them accountable.’

On by Andrew Couts

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U.S. attorney general defends fight against Apple over terrorist’s iPhone

‘I support strong encryption. … The issue here is warrant-proof encryption.’

On by Eric Geller

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U.S. attorney general calls Apple lazy for refusing to consider encryption backdoors

‘Do we let one company decide this issue for all of us?’

On by Eric Geller

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Chicago under more heat after new video shows man repeatedly Tasered by police

After the death of Laquan McDonald, another graphic video puts Chicago police under more fire.

On by Deron Dalton

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Former attorney general says the government might offer Edward Snowden a deal

Snowden’s exile could end in a plea bargain.

On by Curt Hopkins

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5 key things about the FIFA arrests in Switzerland

The U.S. Department of Justice has gone after FIFA. Here’s why this is a big deal.

On by Josh Katzowitz

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