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Trump has come under fire for behavior that allegedly weakens the rule of law. But that concept isn't strictly legal.
Accounting rules get complicated quickly.
Charting the future: Marketplace at Aspen Ideas 2018
Makan Delrahim talks about the Justice Department's losing bid to block the AT&T-Time Warner merger, along with other antitrust cases.
After asking LGBT voters for support in 2016, Trump administration withdraws support for expansion of Civil Rights protections.
Justice Department to phase out federal contracts.
The insurer warned the DOJ of quitting some health exchanges if merger were challenged.
The decision could limit the Justice Department’s ability to push for settlements with big banks over the financial crisis.
The penalty portion is pretty straightforward. Then it gets squishy.
'Groundhog Day' helps explain the new method the government may be using to hack into the device.
The reforms mandated by a federal settlement aim to change how the FPD interacts with the public, but could cost the city an estimated $7 million.