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Justice Dept. Will Toughen Rules for Seizing Lawmakers’ Data, Garland Says

WASHINGTON — The Justice Department will tighten its rules for when law enforcement officials may seize information about members of Congress and their aides, Attorney…

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Where Biden’s Justice Department Isn’t Breaking From Trump

The political news cycle hit home in rare fashion on Monday as the attorney general, Merrick B. Garland, met with newsroom leaders from The Times,…

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Apple Says It Turned Over Data on Trump in 2018

WASHINGTON — Apple told Donald F. McGahn II, the White House counsel to former President Donald J. Trump, last month that the Justice Department had…

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Garland Confronts Long-Building Crisis Over Leak Inquiries and Journalism

WASHINGTON — Government leak hunters have been ratcheting up pressure on the ability of journalists to do their jobs for a generation — a push…

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Garland Confronts Crisis Over Leak Inquiries and Journalism

WASHINGTON — Government leak hunters have been ratcheting up pressure on the ability of journalists to do their jobs for a generation — a push…

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Justice Dept. Watchdog and Senate Open Inquiries Into Seizure of Democrats’ Data

The Times also reported that prosecutors had struggled to develop information tying members of the Intelligence Committee or their aides to the leaks, but Mr.…

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Natalie Edwards Exposed the Truth About ‘Dirty Money.’ Why Send Her to Prison?

In Ms. Edwards’s case, the prosecution derided her “grandiose platitudes about protecting the American people” and dismissed her description of herself as a whistle-blower. Yes,…

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How the Pentagon Papers Shaped the Power of the Free Press

That is true, because the Pentagon Papers case set the press free to publish secrets in ways that were unimaginable in 1971. Reporting on drone…

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CNN Lawyers Gagged in Fight With Justice Dept. Over Reporter’s Emails

The initial order, Mr. Vigilante said in a separate account CNN published online, demanded data that would cover more than 30,000 emails, including about 26,000…

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