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Stories with person: Eric Holder
  • Lynch: No reporter will go to jail for doing his or her job 
    Updated: Oct-09-15 8:04 pm

    WASHINGTON - Attorney General Loretta Lynch is repeating a pledge from her predecessor that no journalists will be sent to jail for doing their job.

  • Snowden: I'd go to prison to return to US 
    Updated: Oct-05-15 4:04 pm

    LONDON - Edward Snowden says he has offered to return to the United States and go to jail for leaking details of National Security Agency programs to intercept electronic communications data on a vast scale.

  • 2 convicted in border agent's death; 2 remain fugitives 
    Updated: Oct-02-15 3:16 am

    TUCSON, Arizona - Two more men have been convicted in the murder of a Border Patrol agent, whose death brought to light the bungled federal gun-tracking operation known as Fast and Furious.

  • FBI to collect better data on police shootings, use of force 
    Updated: Sep-28-15 5:20 pm

    WASHINGTON - The FBI will begin collecting and providing to the public more information about police shootings of civilians, FBI Director James Comey said Monday as the agency released annual data on crime nationwide.

  • Ali, Holder, rapper Nas among 2015 DuBois Medal recipients 
    Updated: Sep-28-15 4:22 pm

    CAMBRIDGE, Massachusetts - Boxing legend Muhammad Ali, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder and rapper Nasir "Nas" Jones are among the 2015 recipients of Harvard's W.E.B. DuBois Medal.

  • Agency chief: Air marshals in sex scandal should leave story has photos
    Updated: Sep-17-15 6:39 pm

    WASHINGTON - Three federal air marshals accused of hiring prostitutes and recording at least one sexual encounter with a government-issued device are not representative of the Federal Air Marshal Service, the agency's head told lawmakers Thursday.

  • Justice Dept. seeks to ease path for corporate prosecutions story has photos
    Updated: Sep-10-15 9:15 pm

    WASHINGTON - Despite the many challenges in bringing such cases, the Justice Department is renewing its commitment to prosecuting corporate executives for financial misdeeds, Deputy Attorney General Sally Quillian Yates said Thursday.