Many immigration attorneys have called for hearings to be delayed, but cases are nonetheless proceeding by phone and video.
The Justice Department Is Investigating the Death of Alfred Wright, the Jasper Man Who Disappeared in November
From the beginning, Alfred Wright's disappearance in Sabine County, and the subsequent police response, raised many questions. Now, the DoJ is looking for answers.
In the post-Washington game, former attorney general Alberto Gonzales has fared worse than any other member of the Bush administration. Why?
The Justice Department slapped the hand of the Texas legislature by blocking the state's new voter ID law, saying it would likely disenfranchise Hispanic voters.
Let me see if I understand this. First, Abbott wants to avoid submitting the Texas redistricting maps for preclearance at the Department of Justice. He tells everybody that he has figured out how to bypass the DOJ by going to the D.C. Circuit and moving for summary judgment from Republican-friendly
This was the testimony of a witness from the Brennan Center at NYU, moments ago (around 10:55 p.m.), who said flatly that there are virtually no cases of voter impersonation fraud. I agree with him on that point, but the oft-repeated information that Abbott spent $1.4 million on voter fraud