Robert Mueller Appointed Special Counsel On Russia InvestigationDeputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein has appointed former FBI Director Robert Mueller to serve as special counsel to oversee the previously confirmed investigation of Russian efforts to influential the 2016 Presidential election and related matters.
Justice Department Investigating Uber Over Secret 'Greyball' SoftwareThe U.S. Department of Justice has begun a criminal investigation into Uber's use of a software tool that helped its drivers evade local transportation regulators.
Department Of Justice Investigating SoCal GOP CongressmanThe Justice Department is investigating California Republican Rep. Duncan Hunter for possible campaign violations.
Dept. Of Justice Appeals Judge's Order To Block Travel BanThe Justice Department has asked a federal appeals court to set aside a judge's order that temporarily blocked the Trump administration's ban on immigration to the U.S. from seven Muslim-majority countries.
Supervisors Approve Reformed SFPD Use Of Force Policy Backed By FedsThe San Francisco Board of Supervisors on Tuesday voted unanimously to support a reformed policy on the use of police force recommended by the U.S. Department of Justice in October.
9th Circuit Court Bars Feds From Prosecuting Medical Marijuana CasesA federal appeals court has banned the Justice Department from prosecuting medical marijuana cases that comply with state laws.
Feds Abruptly Drop FedEx Drug Trafficking CaseA criminal trial alleging FedEx knowingly delivered illegal prescription drugs to dealers and addicts ended suddenly on Friday when prosecutors moved to dismiss all charges against the shipping giant.
LendingClub Shares Plunge As Feds Open Probe Over Funding ConcernsShares of LendingClub are plunging after the U.S. Dept. of Justice opened an investigation and the company raised fresh concerns about funding.
Department Of Justice Report Takes Aim At SFPD TacticsDespite what protesters think, the Department of Justice thinks San Francisco police are doing pretty well.
San Bernardino County Left Software Uninstalled That Could Unlock Shooter's iPhoneSan Bernardino County, which owned the iPhone issued to mass-murderer Syed Farook, paid for -- but never installed -- a feature that would have allowed the FBI to easily and immediately unlock his phone.
Feds To Review San Francisco Police Policies Following Mario Woods ShootingThe U.S. Justice Department will review San Francisco's police policies and practices in a process known as collaborative reform following the fatal officer-involved shooting of 26-year-old Mario Woods.
New California DOJ Website Shines Light On Law Enforcement's Interaction With The PublicThe California Department of Justice is unveiling a state-run website to provide data on law enforcement's interactions with the public.