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Attorney General Merrick Garland will appear before the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday. (Ting Shen/Bloomberg/Getty Images)

Merrick Garland rebukes congressional Republicans at House Judiciary Committee hearing

Jeremy Herb and Hannah Rabinowitz, CNN September 20, 2023

CNN -- Attorney General Merrick Garland forcefully rebuked congressional Republicans who have accused the Justice Department of political bias as he opened a contentious House Judiciary Committee hearing...

M. Evan Corcoran
(Evelyn Hockstein/Reuters/File)

Trump attorney ordered to testify before grand jury investigating former president

CNN– In a monumental ruling Friday, a federal judge ordered Donald Trump attorney Evan Corcoran to provide additional testimony as part of an investigation into the former president’s handling of classified...

Rep. Matt Gaetz

FIRST ON CNN: DOJ officially decides not to charge Matt Gaetz in sex-trafficking probe

Paula Reid, CNN February 15, 2023

CNN—  The Justice Department has informed lawyers for at least one witness that it will not bring charges against Florida GOP Rep. Matt Gaetz after a years-long federal sex-trafficking investigation,...

FBI conducting search of former Vice President Mike Pence’s home

CNN— The FBI is currently conducting a search of former Vice President Mike Pence’s home in Indiana, a source familiar with the situation told CNN. Pence is currently on the West Coast with his...

White House defends releasing incomplete information about classified documents

Kevin Liptak, CNN January 17, 2023

CNN -- The White House offered its most robust – if still extremely limited – explanation of why it has repeatedly released incomplete information about classified documents located in President Joe...

Jan. 6 panel urges Trump prosecution with criminal referral

WASHINGTON (AP) — The House Jan. 6 committee urged the Justice Department on Monday to bring criminal charges against former President Donald Trump, delivering what it called a “roadmap to justice”...

Pedestrians walk down a path on the Yale University campus in New Haven, Connecticut, U.S., on Friday, June 12, 2015. Yale University is an educational institute that offers undergraduate degree programs in art, law, engineering, medicine, and nursing as well as graduate level programs. Photographer: Craig Warga/Bloomberg via Getty Images

US drops discrimination lawsuit against Yale

(CNN) -- The Justice Department on Wednesday dropped an affirmative action lawsuit the Trump administration had filed against Yale University last year accusing the school of discriminating against Asian...

Isaac Vance emphasizes mental health in a strange season

Nicholas Pedone October 16, 2020

Kent State football is finally gearing up for their delayed 2020 season. This season is anything normal, with the players getting tested for COVID-19 four times per week. Isaac Vance, a junior receiver,...

What no one tells us about mental health

Alexa Marco, Thrive collab August 3, 2020

Starting college can be a huge stress among new students. Most students go straight from graduating high school to attending college or university, and threemonths of summer in between sometimes isn’t...

Maria Kerkhove, WHOs technical lead for coronavirus response and head of its emerging diseases and zoonoses unit.

WHO clarifies comments on asymptomatic spread of coronavirus: ‘There’s much unknown’

Jacqueline Howard, CNN June 9, 2020

 (CNN) -- The World Health Organization tried on Tuesday to clear up confusing comments about how often people can spread the coronavirus when they do not have symptoms.The organization held a live Q&A...

Matt Poe

Opinion: Latest police brutality video begs the question: why?

Matt Poe October 27, 2015

The latest police brutality video to go viral occurred this past Monday when a resources officer at a South Carolina high school was caught on camera putting a young girl in a chokehold and violently slamming...

Justice Department sues Kent State University for violating Fair Housing Act

Celia Fernandez September 14, 2014

The U.S. Department of Justice is suing Kent State University, several university officials and its Board of Trustees for violating the Fair Housing Act because of discrimination against students with...

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