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Charting the future: Marketplace at Aspen Ideas 2018

"The government is often the underdog," the U.S. assistant attorney general says

by David Brancaccio and Danielle Chiriguayo Jun 27, 2018
Makan Delrahim talks about the Justice Department's losing bid to block the AT&T-Time Warner merger, along with other antitrust cases.
“We don't have a 24-hour dedicated news channel to go out and spin your case to the American public and judges and others as some merging parties might,” says Makan Delrahim, pictured above at the Aspen Ideas Festival, of the loss of the AT&T-Time Warner case.
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Do LGBT conservatives still have faith that Trump will protect workers' rights?

by Jana Kasperkevic Aug 1, 2017
After asking LGBT voters for support in 2016, Trump administration withdraws support for expansion of Civil Rights protections.
Then-Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump holds an LGBT rainbow flag given to him by supporter Max Nowak during a campaign rally in Greeley, Colorado.
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Private prisons on the way out

by Kimberly Adams Aug 18, 2016
Justice Department to phase out federal contracts.
Condemned inmates sits in housing block at San Quentin State Prison's death row on August 15, 2016 in San Quentin, California. 
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Aetna letter sparks controversy

by Dan Gorenstein Aug 17, 2016
The insurer warned the DOJ of quitting some health exchanges if merger were challenged.
Former Aetna chairman and CEO Mark Bertolini.
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Federal court throws out fraud case against Bank of America

by Lewis Wallace May 24, 2016
The decision could limit the Justice Department’s ability to push for settlements with big banks over the financial crisis.
The Department of Justice had accused Bank of America and the company's mortgage lending unit, Countrywide, of fraud.
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Why banks' billion-dollar settlements add up to less

by Tracey Samuelson Apr 12, 2016
The penalty portion is pretty straightforward. Then it gets squishy.
Goldman Sachs is one bank that has had to settle an agreement over mortgage-back securities. 
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NAND mirroring could be key to unlocking terrorist's phone

by Molly Wood Mar 23, 2016
'Groundhog Day' helps explain the new method the government may be using to hack into the device.
NAND mirroring can grant a user unlimited tries at guessing a phone's passcode.
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How Ferguson police will change the way they work

by Donna Tam and Sarah Menendez Mar 16, 2016
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.
A Ferguson police officer listens to the concerns of a protester as they demonstrate outside the Ferguson Police Department in Ferguson, Missouri on March 4, 2015.
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Justice Department changes tack on white-collar crime

by Amy Scott Sep 10, 2015
New guidelines for prosecutors follow criticism after the financial crisis.

Sysco-US Foods merger stopped over anti-trust concern

by Adam Allington Jun 24, 2015
A federal judge has halted a proposed merger between Sysco and US Foods.
A Sysco truck was on display in New York City. The FTC worries a merger with U.S. Foods would create a monopoly in the food distribution market.
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