Friday, July 12, 2024

Tag: DOJ

Under the microscope: DOJ’s antitrust probe into UnitedHealth’s market dominance

In a landmark move, the Biden DOJ initiates an antitrust investigation into UnitedHealth, unraveling the healthcare behemoth's sprawling influence and its implications for patient care and market competition.

Challenging delays: Youth plaintiffs stand firm against DOJ in pioneering climate...

In the face of legal delays and challenges, a group of determined young plaintiffs stands firm against the Department of Justice, fighting for their future and the planet in the groundbreaking climate lawsuit, Juliana v. United States.

On the brink: Supreme Court may endanger Voting Rights Act’s legacy

Facing a historic legal challenge, the Voting Rights Act's future hangs in balance.

Critics say new revelations in judicial record bolster case for Thomas...

"DOJ is the only agency positioned to truly hold Thomas accountable, because Thomas's conduct is more than unethical—it's likely criminal."

DOJ releases hypocritical statement on Ghislaine Maxwell verdict

Although the Justice Department claims that “no one, no matter how powerful and well connected, is above the law,” Epstein and Maxwell’s alleged blackmail targets currently do not face any criminal charges.

DOJ vows to protect abortion seekers in Texas after ban goes...

“We will not tolerate violence against those seeking to obtain or provide reproductive health services, physical obstruction or property damage in violation of the FACE Act.”

Giving up the game, DOJ argues in court filing that Trump...

“The official position of the lawyers representing the people of the United States is that there will be a new president on January 20,” said one government watchdog.

DOJ files lawsuit against Alabama for unconstitutional prison conditions

“The United States Constitution requires Alabama to make sure that its prisons are safe and humane.”

DOJ to appeal judge’s injunction against ‘cruel, unprecedented policy’ of deporting...

The Trump administration—which has denied the severity of the coronavirus pandemic and seized infants from their parents—claims it is acting in the interest of public health and children.

OxyContin drug maker pleads guilty to federal criminal charges

"Today’s guilty plea comes too late for the millions of lives that Purdue’s crimes destroyed over the past decade.”

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Take the best cognitive test, Joe. Ace it—then fortify support, win nomination, then slam/shame...

Are we all not flying blind with two geriatrics on display (though the right-wing cares not at all).

Sen. Peter Welch calls for Biden to step aside amid concerns of Trump victory

Vermont Senator Peter Welch urges President Joe Biden to withdraw from the 2024 race, citing potential harm to Democrats’ chances and concerns over Biden’s age and performance.

Inside China-focused Congressional hearings, panic, paranoia, and hypocrisy reign

China is not a threat because it’s threatening our security—China is a threat because it’s successful.

Ocasio-Cortez files impeachment articles against Justices Thomas and Alito amid ethics scandals

Liberal Democrat Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez introduces impeachment articles against Supreme Court Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito, citing undisclosed gifts and conflicts of interest.

For Trump and Biden, it’s all about empire first

Is each man’s priority to lead a dominant U.S. empire?