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Justice Department Warns States on Voting Laws and Election Audits

WASHINGTON — The Justice Department on Wednesday sent another warning shot to Republican state legislatures that have initiated private audits of voting tabulations broadly viewed…

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Aon’s Failed Deal Highlight’s Biden’s Aggressive Antitrust Approach

Bitcoin continues to swing on Amazon rumors. The e-commerce giant denied reports that it was about to accept crypto payments, which briefly pushed Bitcoin’s price…

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Merrick Garland’s Choice on Mo Brooks and the Capitol Attack

When Mo Brooks took his oath of office as a U.S. representative, he swore to support and defend the Constitution. His official duties certainly don’t…

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As Republicans Take Aim at Voting, Democrats Search for a Response

WASHINGTON — The Democratic Party pledged millions for it last week, grass-roots groups are campaigning for it nationwide and, as recently as Friday, Senator Chuck…

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Justice Dept. Pauses Federal Executions, Reversing Trump Policy

Attorney General Merrick B. Garland on Thursday imposed a moratorium on federal executions pending a review of the Justice Department’s policies and procedures, reversing the…

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Justice Dept. Sues Georgia Over Voting Restrictions Law

WASHINGTON — The Justice Department sued Georgia over a sweeping voting law passed by the state’s Republican-led legislature, Attorney General Merrick B. Garland announced on…

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Garland Rebuffs a Potential Broad Look at Trump-Era Justice Dept.

WASHINGTON — Attorney General Merrick B. Garland backed away on Tuesday from doing a broad review of Justice Department politicization during the Trump administration, noting…

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U.S. Ends Trump Policy Limiting Asylum for Gang and Domestic Violence Survivors

WASHINGTON — Attorney General Merrick B. Garland reversed on Wednesday Trump-era immigration rulings that had made it all but impossible for people to seek asylum…

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Justice Dept. Ends Policy Limiting Asylum for Gang Violence and Domestic Abuse Survivors

Attorney General Merrick B. Garland on Wednesday reversed a Trump-era immigration ruling that made it all but impossible for people to seek asylum in the…

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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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