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DOJ watchdog finds James Comey violated FBI policy by sharing memo with The New York Times

The inspector general's report concluded that Comey violated FBI policy by keeping copies of three such memos after he left the FBI and leaking one.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg before a Senate Judiciary and Commerce Committees joint hearing.

Silicon Valley has an obsession with ‘obliterating’ the competition — and Washington may not be equipped to deal with it

Jay Friedman writes that Silicon Valley wants to "obliterate" the competition while dabbling in questionable ethics. Can Washington handle it?
U.S. Attorney General William Barr is greeted by President Donald Trump.

Attorney General William Barr booked Trump’s DC hotel for $30,000 to host a holiday party for 200 people

Barr's holiday party booking at Trump International Hotel raises questions about the attorney general's independence from Trump.
The logo and ticker for Capital One are displayed on a screen on the floor of the NYSE in New York

Capital One says it was hit with data breach, affecting tens of millions of credit card applications

Capital One says the breach it affected an estimated 100 million US individuals and approximately 6 million in Canada.
Former FBI Director Robert Mueller.

Democrats want Robert Mueller’s blockbuster congressional testimony to make the public aware of what’s in his report, which most people st...

Robert Mueller said he would not speak beyond what is already public in his report, but Democrats are banking on his testimony to build momentum.

Prominent legal organizations call on Congress to establish an independent immigration court system

"The system lacks the basic structural and procedural safeguards that we take for granted in other areas of our justice system."

Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes faces jail time for fraud charges. Her trial is set to begin in summer 2020.

Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes and Sunny Balwani, the company's former president, are awaiting trial on 11 counts related to fraud.
Family and friends of the Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 Boeing plane crash victims hold a protest outside Boeing's annual shareholders meeting at the Field Museum on April 29, 2019 in Chicago, Illinois.

Here are all the investigations and lawsuits that Boeing and the FAA are facing after the 737 Max crashes killed almost 350 people

The Department of Justice, Department of Transportation, and the SEC are reportedly looking at Boeing and the FAA, as families and shareholders sue.

House Oversight Committee holds Attorney General Barr and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross in contempt of Congress

Rep. Justin Amash of Michigan was the sole Republican to vote in favor of the resolution to hold two members of President Trump's cabinet in contempt.

A top DOJ official just outlined why the agency has everything it needs to go after Big Tech — and Facebook, Google, and Amazon should be nervou...

Makan Delrahim said the current antitrust laws were more than enough to protect competition in the tech industry.