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Who controls the data that fuels real estate deals?

by Kimberly Adams Jun 5, 2018
A decade ago, the government told the real estate industry to start sharing its data. What has that meant for competition?
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How the DOJ could approach the AT&T bid for Time Warner

by Tracey Samuelson Nov 15, 2017
Telecom giant AT&T’s $85 billion bid for Time Warner has, depending on who you ask, been held up by legitimate antitrust concerns, or by politics.  President Donald Trump has spoken out against the merger since his campaign days, and yesterday,…

Private prisons benefit from new Trump rules

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer May 12, 2017
The Trump administration is going back to the “tough on crime” policies of the 1980s and ’90s. Attorney General Jeff Sessions has ordered federal prosecutors to bring charges that carry heavy penalties – sometimes mandatory minimum sentences. This is a roll-back…

DOJ will review consent decrees at police departments across the nation

by Marielle Segarra Apr 4, 2017
U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions has ordered the Department of Justice to take a close look at consent decrees in place at police departments across the country. They’re agreements a local police department signs on to after the department’s civil…

Homeland Security rethinking private detention centers

by Adam Allington Aug 31, 2016
Homeland Security is evaluating the use of contractors for immigrant detention centers.
A guard escorts an immigrant detainee from a "segregation cell" back into the general population at the Adelanto Detention Facility.
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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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Justice Department targets white-collar criminals

by Kimberly Adams Sep 10, 2015
A new DOJ memo encourages prosecutors to more aggressively go after executives.

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Justice dept. targets GM in subprime auto loan probe

by Tracey Samuelson Aug 5, 2014
These loans resemble the subprime mortgages that led to the financial crisis.

Wells Fargo to cut ties with independent brokers

by David Gura Jul 13, 2012
After the Justice Department announced a $175 million settlement with Wells Fargo for alleged discrimination against thousands of African American and Hispanic borrowers, the bank looks to cease operations with independent mortgage brokers, whom they blame for the prejudicial lending.…

What happens now that the AT&T-T-Mobile deal is dead?

by Molly Wood Dec 20, 2011
T-Mobile has plenty of problems left over.