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  • Attorney General Loretta Lynch has issued a video statement just days before a federal deadline, calling on all parties in the Dakota Access oil pipeline dispute to avoid violence. Lynch says the Justice Department is trying to open lines of communications between law enforcement and protesters. She says that's included the "active engagement" of the Office...

  • Nov 30- A federal court in California on Wednesday allowed the Internal Revenue Service to seek three years of information from blockchain firm Coinbase Inc about its American users, the U.S. Department of Justice said. The court in Northern District of California authorized the IRS to serve a so-called " John Doe summons," used when the summoned person can't be...

  • Nov 30- A federal court in California on Wednesday allowed the Internal Revenue Service to seek two years of information from blockchain firm Coinbase Inc about its American users, the U.S. Department of Justice said. The court in Northern District of California authorized the IRS to serve a so-called " John Doe summons," used when the summoned person can't be...

  • DOVER, Del.— A federal judge has agreed that $1.6 million left over from a government settlement with student lending giant Navient Corp. should be distributed to charities. The Justice Department announced last year that nearly 78,000 members of the military would be reimbursed under a $60 million consent decree with Navient, formerly part of Sallie Mae,...

  • US Attorney for the Southern District of New York Preet Bharara talks to the press at Trump Tower on another day of meetings with US President-elect Donald Trump on November 30, 2016.

    Bharara is known for his prosecutions of hedge-fund managers and insider trading.

  • WASHINGTON— The chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee said Wednesday he is considering a subpoena or another method of compelling testimony from the pharmaceutical company Mylan, the Justice Department and the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Charles Grassley, R- Iowa, said in a statement that he is postponing the Nov. 30 hearing on a...

  • WASHINGTON, Nov 22- U.S. Steel Corp. has agreed to reduce pollution at three plants in the Midwest and pay a $2.2 million civil penalty to resolve a Clean Air Act lawsuit by the federal government and three states, the U.S. Justice Department said on Tuesday. Steel agreed to reduce pollution at its iron and steel manufacturing plants in Gary, Indiana; Ecorse, Michigan;...

  • CNBC takes a look at the best performing stocks in Europe seven days after Trump was announced president-elect of the United States.

  • Those recommended hires could bypass JPMorgan's normal hiring program, receiving preferential treatment, the SEC said. JPMorgan will pay the SEC $130 million. The bank would also pay the Justice Department $72 million and $61.9 million to the Federal Reserve Board of Governors, the SEC said.

  • The bank will pay roughly $200 million combined to the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Justice Department and more than $50 million to the Federal Reserve, the source said. The SEC opened an investigation into JPMorgan in 2013 over the hiring. The SEC, JPMorgan and the Justice Department all declined to comment.

  • Judge approves Quicken Loans venue change: CEO

    William Emerson, Quicken Loans CEO, discusses the company's lawsuit with the Justice Department and weighs in on mortgages and the housing market.

  • New York Stock Exchange

    These are the stocks posting the largest moves after the bell on Wednesday, including Twitter, Taser International, Shake Shack and more.

  • Heather Bresch, CEO Mylan

    Analysts expected Mylan to report earnings of $1.45 per share on revenues of $3.12 billion, according to a Thomson Reuters consensus estimate.

  • US healthcare money

    Shares of health insurers and hospitals got a lift Tuesday, but the rally doesn't extend to battered biotech and pharmaceutical stocks.

  • Nov 8- A London- based trader has been extradited to the United States to face federal charges related to his alleged role in the 2010 Wall Street "flash crash," the U.S. Justice Department said on Tuesday. Navinder Sarao, 37, who traded on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange from his parents' home near London's Heathrow Airport, is scheduled to appear in federal court in...

  • LONDON, Nov 4- European shares slumped on Friday, weighed down by weaker drugmakers after two U.S. lawmakers called on federal antitrust regulators to open an investigation into possible price fixing. Top faller was Hikma, down 6.8 percent after HSBC cut its price target citing broader market concerns over a separate U.S. Department of Justice investigation...

  • Former New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani last May.

    Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani (R-NYC) discusses Hillary Clinton's email investigation by the FBI.

  • Rudy Giuliani: Keeping Clinton out of the White House

    I would do anything I could to prevent Hillary Clinton from becoming elected short of something unethical or illegal, says former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani. Also Giuliani talks about "corruption" in the Justice Department.

  • MILAN, Nov 4 (Reuters)- European shares fell on Friday, weighed down by weaker drugmakers after two U.S. lawmakers called on federal antitrust regulators to open a probe for possible price fixing. Top faller was Hikma, down 7 percent after HSBC cut its price target citing broader market concerns over a separate U.S. Department of Justice investigation into price...

  • U.S. prosecutors could file the first charges by the end of the year in their subsequent criminal investigation of generic drugmakers over suspected price collusion, Bloomberg reported on Thursday. A Justice Department spokesman declined to comment. In their latest letter to the Justice Department and Federal Trade Commission, Sanders, an independent, and...