By PBS NewsHour
Five major banking institutions pleaded guilty to rigging currencies and manipulating the foreign exchange market in a case brought by the Department of Justice and other authorities. The banks were accused of manipulating the world's largest and least-regulated trading market,…
By Eric Tucker, Associated Press
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."…
WASHINGTON — The Justice Department will conduct a broad investigation into the Baltimore police force in search of law enforcement practices that are unconstitutional and violate civil rights, Attorney General Loretta Lynch said Friday.
Attorney General Loretta Lynch on Wednesday called the rioting in Baltimore "senseless acts of violence" that were counterproductive to improving relationships between the police and community.
In our news wrap Monday, the death toll in Nepal’s earthquake zone topped 4,000, with more than 6,500 injured after Saturday’s earthquake. The situation for survivors grew dire and thousands fled the ravaged capital as food and water ran out.
WASHINGTON — As attorney general Loretta Lynch assumes a portfolio that includes fighting terrorism, preventing cyberattacks and dealing with police and race — issues strikingly similar to what she's dealt with as top federal prosecutor for much of New York…
On our news wrap Thursday, a federal judge sentenced former CIA Director David Petraeus to two years probation and a $100,000 fine for giving classified material to his biographer and mistress. Also, the Senate confirmed Loretta Lynch, the first black…
By Erica Werner, Associated Press
Federal prosecutor Loretta Lynch won confirmation to serve as attorney general Thursday from a Senate that forced her to wait more than five months for the title and remained divided to the end.
WASHINGTON — Senate Democrats argued Thursday for long-overdue confirmation of President Barack Obama's attorney general pick, Loretta Lynch, as her nomination headed for a confirmation vote after a five-month wait.
Senate negotiators struck a deal to tweak the human trafficking bill that has held up the confirmation proceedings for President Obama's nominee for U.S. attorney general, Loretta Lynch. The holdup was due to an unrelated fight over access to abortion…
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