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Justice: Email snooping law no longer makes sense

The Justice Department on Tuesday dropped its support for a controversial provision in a federal law that allows police to review some private emails without a warrant, but it asked Congress to expand its surveillance powers in other ways.

Tags: Congress

Wednesday - 03/20/2013, 09:22am EDT

Drugs, the department of justice and immigration

On this week's Capital Impact show, Bloomberg Government analysts will discuss health care fraud, sequestration, and immigration reform.
March 7, 2013

Tags: acquisition , Contracting , health care fraud , False Claims Act , Brian Rye , immigration , immigration reform , Matthew Hummer , Allen Scott , Bloomberg Government , Capital Impact

Thursday - 03/07/2013, 06:12pm EST
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Top Justice prosecutor Breuer quits

The head of the Justice Department's criminal division defended his record on a pair of the defining issues of his four-year tenure -- the absence of prosecutions against Wall Street executives and his conduct in the controversy over a botched arms-trafficking investigation in Arizona.

Tags: Lanny Breuer , Congress , Operation Fast and Furious , Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosive

Tuesday - 01/29/2013, 11:47pm EST

Possible USAID bid rigging probed

The Justice Department is conducting an investigation into possible contract rigging by the general counsel at the government agency that distributes foreign aid.

Tags: USAID , Donald Steinberg

Friday - 01/25/2013, 09:02am EST

Govt probe links DEA agent to prostitute scandal

A Drug Enforcement Administration agent arranged to hire a prostitute for a Secret Service agent in Colombia in advance of a presidential visit last year.

Tags: DEA , Secret Service , scandal , DHS

Thursday - 01/10/2013, 07:05pm EST

Federal Drive Interviews -- Dec. 17, 2012

Attorney Lynne Bernabei examines a recent ruling that allows feds to file some MSPB appeals in district courts. GAO's Michele Mackin describes why more than 40 contracts worth more than $20 million each were awarded without meeting new guidelines. Former White House official Dan Chenok discusses the highs and lows of the E-Government Act. Melanie Ann Pustay of the Justice Department talks about how agencies report their Freedom of Information Act request fulfillment.

Tags: Lynne Bernabei , Dan Chenok , Melanie Ann Pustay , Michele Mackin , Merit Systems Protection Board , GAO , FOIA , E-Government Reauthorization Act , Federal Drive , DoD , DoD Report , cybersecurity , Cybersecurity Update

Monday - 12/17/2012, 09:57am EST
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