Justice Department Distributes $568 Million To Bernie Madoff Ponzi Scheme VictimsThirty-one thousand people lost money in Madoff's financial fraud, one of the biggest in history.
Justice Department Won't Open Civil Investigation Into COVID Response At Nursing Homes In 3 StatesThe DOJ was looking into whether requiring some COVID-positive patients to be admitted to nursing homes contributed to deaths.
Family Of Eric Garner Frustrated As Federal Probe Remains ActiveThe family of the slain man, Eric Garner, emerged from a private meeting Wednesday with Justice Department officials saying they had been told that the investigation was still active.
Justice Department Sending Poll Monitors To 28 States On Election DayPersonnel will be sent to 67 jurisdictions, including several in the Tri-State area, to watch for potential civil rights violations, the department said.
Justice Department Replaces Team Working Eric Garner Case: ReportWith an impasse in the case, the New York Times reports that the Justice Department has replaced the New York team of agents and lawyers with a new team from out of town.
Justice Department, Newark Agree To Police ReformsThe settlement agreement unveiled Wednesday will require Newark police to implement a more community-focused police model, revise policies and training on stops and searches and revise use-of-force policies.
Advocates: Breaking Up Homeless Encampments Violates Civil RightsMayor De Blasio insists many homeless people who are removed from encampments are now receiving help from the city.
2 Officers Shot In 'Ambush' Outside Ferguson Police DepartmentTwo officers were shot in front of the Ferguson Police Department early Thursday as demonstrators gathered after the city's police chief resigned in the wake of a scathing Justice Department report.
Judge Releases Limited Grand Jury Details In Eric Garner CaseThe investigation will look for potential civil rights investigations in the July 17 death of Garner, 43, who was confronted by police on suspicion of selling loose, untaxed cigarettes.
Federal Authorities In N.Y. Charge 7 In Georgia-Based Debt Collection ScamFederal authorities in New York say they've brought criminal charges against seven people in a debt collection scam run out of Georgia.
NYS Looks To Expedite Medical Marijuana Availability For Epilepsy Patients Health Commissioner Howard Zucker said the state's medical marijuana program, with tightly regulated cultivation and manufacture, isn't scheduled to start before 2016.
After Three-Year Probe, Feds To Monitor Newark Police Department"The people of Newark deserve to be safe, and so do the thousands who come here to work, to learn, and to take advantage of all the city has to offer,'' U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman said.
GM Recalls 2.7M More Cars; 'Major Announcement' From Feds To Come At 11:15 A.M.U.S. Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s Acting Administrator David Friedman are holding a press conference.
Federal Prosecutors File Suit Against Town of Oyster Bay Over Alleged Housing Discrimination A Justice Department complaint filed Thursday alleges the Town of Oyster Bay effectively gave blacks no chance at two housing programs that develop below-market rate housing for first time homeowners and senior citizens.
AG Eric Holder Briefly Hospitalized After Experiencing Shortness Of Breath During Morning Staff MeetingThe White House said President Barack Obama was notified and wished Holder a "speedy recovery.''