Loretta Lynch wasn't at the second day of her confirmation hearings either physically or in the testimony of many of the witnesses, who criticized the Obama administration at large and the leadership of Eric Holder Jr.
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Crowell & Moring is suing a former client for more than $970,000 in allegedly unpaid legal bills.
Just in time for Super Bowl XLIX, federal agencies on Thursday announced the seizure of more than 325,000 phony sports memorabilia items along with other counterfeit merchandise worth nearly $20 million. Law enforcement officers also made 52 arrests in the crackdown, “Operation Team Player.”
Recommending specific steps to enhance consumer privacy and data security, the Federal Trade Commission on Tuesday issued a report on the “Internet of Things"—and sparked a biting dissent from Republican Commissioner Joshua Wright.
Comparing Social Security administrative law judges to "a worker on a poultry processing assembly line," a federal appeals court panel on Friday said overworked ALJs have no viable grievance under the Administrative Procedure Act.
A federal appeals court on Monday will hear arguments for the first time on how to apply recent U.S. Supreme Court precedent to a federal statute that protects religious groups from unconstitutionally restrictive land-use regulations.
The commonwealth of Virginia will pay $520,000 to lawyers who successfully challenged the state’s ban on same-sex marriage, including $459,000 to Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher.