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Politics Sep 12Clinton had right to delete personal emails, Justice Dept. affirms
Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton had the right to delete personal emails from her private server, the Justice Department told a federal court.
Nation Aug 31Judge sides with anti-abortion group in birth control case
A federal judge on Monday sided with an anti-abortion group that challenged a key birth control provision of the Obama administration's health care overhaul.
Politics Aug 15Benghazi militant case draws scrutiny of U.S. interrogation strategy
After a suspected militant was captured in Libya, he was brought to the U.S. aboard a Navy transport ship on a 13-day trip that his lawyers say could have taken 13 hours by plane.
Nation Jul 28Pollard, U.S. analyst convicted of spying for Israel, to be freed
WASHINGTON — Jonathan Pollard, the former Naval intelligence analyst whose conviction of spying for Israel stoked fierce international passions, has been granted parole and will be released from prison in November after nearly 30 years.
Politics Jul 24Convicted spy Jonathan Pollard could be freed from prison soon
WASHINGTON -- Convicted American spy Jonathan Pollard could be released from federal prison within months.
Nation Jul 24New inquiry into Clinton emails fuels political questions
WASHINGTON -- A new letter by intelligence investigators to the Justice Department says secret government information may have been compromised in Hillary Rodham Clinton's private server, underscoring an inescapable reality for her presidential campaign: Email is forever.
Nation Jul 18FBI: Deadly shootings in Tennessee illustrate lone gunman threat
The deadly shootings at military sites in Tennessee illustrate the threat that FBI officials have warned about: violence directed against a vulnerable government target by a lone gunman with apparent terrorist aspirations.
Nation Jul 10Federal judge says government must release video of a Guantanamo detainee’s force-feeding
A federal judge has ordered the government to get ready to release videotapes showing the force-feeding of a Guantanamo Bay detainee.
Nation Jul 03U.S. probe into airline collusion needs more than circumstantial evidence
WASHINGTON — As the Justice Department launches an investigation into possible collusion in the airline industry, experts say the government faces the burden of proving that carriers were deliberately signaling business decisions to each other.
Politics May 09Update: DOJ announces investigation into Baltimore police
The Justice Department waded anew Friday into fraught big city police-community relations, with new Attorney General Loretta Lynch declaring the subject "one of the most challenging issues of our time."…