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By PBS NewsHour
By Ruth Tam
The Justice Department will revise its stance on racial profiling. That revision will restrict officials from considering religion, national origin, gender and sexual orientation in their investigations.
In our news wrap Monday, the Justice Department has filed suit against the state of North Carolina over alleged racial discrimination in a new state law that scales back early voting and imposes stricter identification requirements. Also, the latest series…
Holder Calls for New Approach to Prosecuting Low-Level Drug Crimes…
Attorney General Holder Says Texas Should Get Approval for Election Rule Changes…
The Justice Department secretly subpoenaed phone records of Associated Press journalists during two months in 2012. The AP was notified that records had been secretly seized for more than 20 of its phone lines, possibly to track government leaks of…
Virginia Attorney General Criticizes Federal Government Overreach in New Book…
News Wrap: New York State Files Mortgage Fraud Lawsuit Against JPMorgan Chase…
House Committee Votes to Charge Attorney General with Contempt…
Big Banks, 49 States Reach $25 Billion Deal Over Foreclosure Abuses…
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