Department of Justice

Wanted: A Corporate Crimebuster at DOJ

The replacement for departing Attorney General William Barr should be aggressive in holding corporate bosses accountable for their misconduct, write two whistleblower lawyers. Their candidate: former deputy AG Sally Yates.

Rehiring ‘Bad Cops’ Adds Another Flashpoint to Police Reform Debate

After a Florida police organization posted on Facebook this month inviting officers in Atlanta, Buffalo and other cities where police have been disciplined or fired, to apply for jobs, a national storm over the impact of rehiring officers disciplined elsewhere blew up—adding to the growing debate over how to ensure police accountability.  

Mexican Cartels Exploit Pandemic to Boost ‘Leverage’

In Guadalajara, Mexico’s second-biggest city, Alejandrina Guzman, a daughter of jailed drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman, was among those seen by reporters handing out the packages stamped with her own company’s ‘El Chapo 701’ logo.