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Family of patient left out in cold demands justice

A young patient, dressed only in a thin, hospital gown and tube socks, was left standing outside by a bus stop earlier this month after being discharged from a Baltimore hospital, as seen in a viral video.

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South Korea justice ministry prepares to ban cryptocurrency trading, exchanges raided

SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea's justice minister said on Thursday the government is preparing a bill to ban cryptocurrency trading, throwing the virtual coin market into turmoil as the nation's police and tax authorities raided local exchanges on alleged tax evasion.

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Bitcoin skids on news S.Korea prepares to ban cryptocurrency trade

TOKYO, Jan 11 (Reuters) - Bitcoin skidded on Thursday, after South Korea's justice minister said a bill to ban cryptocurrency trade was being prepared.

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South Korea's justice minister says preparing a bill to ban cryptocurrency trading

SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea's justice minister said on Thursday the ministry is preparing a bill to ban cryptocurrency trading through its exchanges.

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Public interest group sues Justice Department for release of FBI messages

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A public interest group sued the U.S. Justice Department on Wednesday, demanding a quicker response to a request for internal communications about a decision to show some reporters private text messages between two FBI officials who worked for special counsel Robert Mueller.

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Opinion: The question that could sabotage the census

President Donald Trump's Justice Department is proposing a new question for the US Census that could throw a chill over the nation's decennial headcount.

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Trump Accuses Former Clinton Aide of Failing to Follow Security Protocols

About 3,000 of Huma Abedin’s emails were released by the State Department on Friday. The president also accused his Justice Department of being a “deep state.”

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Iran denies British-Iranian aid worker might be released soon

LONDON (Reuters) - Iran's justice ministry confirmed on Friday that authorities have opened a new case against British-Iranian aid worker Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, who has been sentenced to five years in jail, and denied she might soon be released.

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Turkish minister calls for witness in U.S. trial to be repatriated: ministry sources

ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey's justice minister has told his U.S. counterpart that a former Turkish police investigator who testified at the trial of a Turkish banker in New York was wanted by Ankara and should be sent back to his country, justice ministry sources said.

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CVS expects Justice Department to handle review of Aetna deal

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - CVS Health Corp expects the U.S. Justice Department to do the antitrust review of its planned acquisition of health insurer Aetna Inc, a spokesman for the drugstore chain operator said.

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Russia to start registering some foreign media as 'foreign agents' this week: RIA

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia's justice ministry will start registering some foreign media as "foreign agents" this week, the RIA news agency cited a source in the Russian upper house of parliament as saying on Monday.

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Russian media law poses threat to free press: U.S. State Department

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. State Department said on Tuesday that a new law allowing Russia's Justice Ministry to list foreign media outlets as "foreign agents" posed a threat to free press and it urged Moscow not to use the measure to tighten control over the media.

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Op-Ed Columnist: AT&T’s C.E.O. Meets Trump’s Justice

Economic policy driven by presidential pique.

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AT&T lawyer calls DoJ move to block Time Warner deal "foolish" - CNBC

Nov 21 (Reuters) - The United States Justice Department's argument to block AT&T Inc's $85.4 billion acquisition of Time Warner Inc was "foolish" as the deal posed no threat to consumers, the wireless carrier's lawyer Dan Petrocelli told CNBC on Tuesday.

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Mafia boss Riina 'the Beast' dies of natural causes

MILAN (Reuters) - Salvatore "Toto" Riina, the most powerful and feared Sicilian Mafia boss of the 20th century, died of natural causes early on Friday after almost a quarter century in jail, Italy's Justice Ministry said.

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Washington state AG's office confirms Justice Department circulating AT&T Time Warner complaint

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Washington state attorney general's office acknowledged on Wednesday that it was reviewing a draft complaint being circulated by the U.S. Justice Department regarding AT&T's plan to buy Time Warner , confirming that the Justice Department has drawn up a complaint.

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Analysis: Sessions tiptoes around questions of basic democratic norms

One day, President Trump calls the US justice system a "laughingstock." The next day he wants it used to investigate his 2016 election opponent Hillary Clinton. He appears to hold unparalleled disregard for the independence of the US justice system.

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Trump Says Justice Dept. and F.B.I. Must ‘Do What Is Right’ and Investigate Democrats

“Everybody is asking” why the agencies are not investigating “the dishonesty” tied to the 2016 election, the president says on Twitter.

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Acosta: Sanders wasn't straight with reporters

CNN's Anderson Cooper said press secretary Sarah Sanders was pretending President Trump said something else when she tried to clarify his remarks calling the US justice system a "laughingstock."

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Trump: US justice system is a laughingstock

President Trump called for "quick" and "strong" justice for terror suspects in the wake of the deadly New York City truck attack, adding that the way the US punishes terrorists is "a laughingstock." CNN's Jim Acosta reports.

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Trump says justice system is a laughing stock

President Donald Trump called for "quick justice" and "strong justice" for terror suspects in the wake of the deadly New York City attack.

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Amid visa row, Turkey's Justice Ministry cancels U.S. visit

ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey's Justice Ministry said on Tuesday it had canceled a planned study visit to the United States due to the widening diplomatic row between the countries over the issuing of visas.

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Snap election not enough to solve crisis, Spain tells Catalan leader

MADRID (Reuters) - Catalonia's leader cannot solve its political crisis with Madrid just by calling regional elections, Spain's justice minister said on Tuesday, dampening hopes of a quick fix for a dispute that has rattled investors and fractured the country.

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Catalan leader can't solve crisis by calling elections: Justice Minister

MADRID (Reuters) - Catalonia's leader Carles Puigdemont cannot solve its political crisis with Madrid just by calling regional elections, Spain's Justice Minister said on Tuesday.

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After U.N. troubles, Haiti wary of new justice mission

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (Reuters) - A new United Nations-backed mission to support Haiti's justice system has had a mixed reaction from local politicians and civil society groups after long-standing criticism of its predecessor.

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Nikkei rises for the 12th day, Kobe Steel resumes slide

* Kobe Steel resumes downtrend as US Justice Dept asks for records

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Detention of Catalan activists a judicial, not political, matter: Spain justice minister

MADRID (Reuters) - The detention of Catalan activists on Monday, the first imprisonment of senior secessionist figures since the region's Oct. 1 banned referendum on independence, was a judicial, not a political, matter, Spain's justice minister said on Tuesday.

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Four U.S. 'sanctuary cities' may be violating law: U.S. Attorney General Sessions

WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - The United States Justice Department singled out four cities and a county on Thursday for allegedly having so-called "sanctuary policies" that may violate a federal law that says local governments cannot limit information sharing with U.S. immigration officials.

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Attorney General says four 'sanctuary cities' may be violating the law

WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - The United States Justice Department singled out four cities and a county on Thursday for allegedly having so-called "sanctuary policies" that may violate a federal law which requires them to communicate with federal immigration officials about a person's citizenship status.

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U.S. Justice Dept says sanctuary cities are violating the law

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States Justice Department singled out five cities and counties on Thursday for allegedly having so-called "sanctuary policies" that may violate a federal law which requires them to communicate with federal immigration officials about a person's citizenship status.

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U.S. top court asks Justice Department for views in Apple antitrust case

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday asked the Trump administration for its views on whether to hear Apple Inc's bid to avoid a class-action lawsuit accusing the tech giant of inflating consumer prices by charging illegally high commissions on iPhone software sales through its App Store.

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Turkey urges U.S. to reverse visa suspension, defends arrest of consulate worker

ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey's Justice Minister said on Monday he hoped the United States would review its decision to suspend most visa services to Turkish citizens after the arrest of a Turkish employee of the U.S. consulate in Istanbul last week.

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Trump meets leader under investigation

Malaysia's prime minister visited the White House and met with President Trump amid a US Justice Department probe into his finances. CNN's Jake Tapper looks into the possible conflict of interest.

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White House Says Justice Department Should Look at Charging Comey

The White House press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, said that the president was proved right in firing the F.B.I. director in May.

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Chicago asks judge to halt Trump plan to deny funds to sanctuary cities

CHICAGO (Reuters) - The city of Chicago asked a federal judge on Monday to bar President Donald Trump's Justice Department from denying public-safety grants to so-called sanctuary cities that limit cooperation with a federal immigration crackdown.

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UPDATE 1-US Justice Dept charges ex-Deutsche Bank subprime trader with civil fraud

WASHINGTON, Sept 11 (Reuters) - The U.S. Justice Department on Monday charged Deutsche Bank's former head of subprime mortgage trading with civil fraud in connection with conduct dating back to the 2007-2009 financial crisis.

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Ukrainian ministry carries out first blockchain transactions

KIEV (Reuters) - Ukraine's justice ministry carried out trial auctions using blockchain technology for the first time on Wednesday, part of an effort to improve transparency in government transactions.

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House Republican subpoenas Justice and FBI seeking dossier information

The House intelligence committee subpoenaed the FBI and Justice Department last month, seeking documents connected to the dossier of allegations about connections of President Donald Trump and associates to Russia, leaders of the House Russia investigation said Tuesday.

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Romanian president opposes plans for judicial overhaul

BUCHAREST (Reuters) - Romania's justice minister proposed a significant overhaul of the judicial system on Wednesday which the president called an attack on the rule of law that would set the country back a decade.

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Chicago to sue over sanctuary city warning

The city of Chicago says it plans to file a lawsuit against the US Justice Department on Monday over new stipulations placed on federal law enforcement grant money requiring local police departments to assist in federal immigration actions.

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Senate Democrat Ron Wyden demands Justice Dept release new crime reduction policies

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A leading Senate Democrat on Tuesday accused U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions of concealing policy recommendations that could change how the Justice Department enforces laws on illegal immigration, drug trafficking and violent crime.

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Game of Thrones: ‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7, Episode 3: The Queen’s Justice

On Sunday, Cersei received her gift and was the hub connecting the various spokes of the episode.

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Sessions at White House as Trump rips him again

The one-sided feud between President Donald Trump and his attorney general continued on Wednesday, even as Jeff Sessions attempted to plow ahead with his Justice Department duties.

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Polish president halts justice reforms after days of protests

WARSAW (Reuters) - Polish President Andrzej Duda unexpectedly announced on Monday he would veto two of three judicial reform bills passed by parliament that have triggered nationwide protests and raised EU and U.S. concerns about a politicization of the courts.

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US Justice Department expected to drop $3M Harley-Davidson emissions penalty -sources

WASHINGTON, July 18 (Reuters) - The U.S. Justice Department is expected to announce this week it is dropping a requirement that Harley-Davidson Inc spend $3 million to reduce air pollution as part of a settlement the Obama administration announced in August, sources briefed on the matter said.

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Amnesty International says justice a stranger in Turkey

ANKARA (Reuters) - Amnesty International said on Tuesday truth and justice had become "total strangers" in Turkey after its local director and five other activists were remanded in custody, accused of belonging to a terrorist organization.

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AT&T unclear what final merger conditions Justice Department will seek

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - AT&T Inc was confident it would win regulatory approval for its $85.4 billion acquisition of Time Warner Inc before year's end as the Justice Department continues its review, but was still awaiting details about any final requirements for the deal, a senior executive said.

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Trump set for first U.S. Supreme Court visit as justices weigh travel ban

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - For the first time since he was elected, President Donald Trump is set to attend the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday, presenting a potentially awkward moment as the court weighs what to do about his contentious executive order that attempts to restrict U.S. entry by people from six Muslim-majority countries.

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‘No Such Thing as Justice’ in Fight Over Chemical Pollution in China

Despite a promised “war on pollution,” people in a town where 300 children were poisoned with lead faced a backlash, and threats, when they sued a local chemical giant.

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Trump says he's calling it a travel ban

President Donald Trump on Monday emphatically referred to his executive order on immigration as a "travel ban" -- and said his Justice Department should not have submitted a "watered down, politically correct version" to the Supreme Court.

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Clinton hysteria shows Dems are asking the wrong questions

President Donald Trump is withdrawing the US from a global climate deal. His Justice Department is cracking down on nonviolent drug offenders and amping up prosecutions against non-criminal undocumented immigrants. Senate Republicans are taking aim at Obamacare.

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Special counsel: What you need to know

The US Justice Department has appointed a special counsel to lead the federal investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election, including potential collusion between President Donald Trump's campaign associates and Russian officials.

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Man sentenced for killing transgender woman

A Mississippi man was sentenced to 49 years in prison Monday and fined $20,000 for killing his ex-girlfriend because she was transgender, the US Justice Department said.

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Family of Penn State victim wants justice

The attorney for the Penn State fraternity hazing death victim Timothy J. Piazza says the family wants those responsible to be punished.

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Italian minister says painting NGOs as migrant traffickers is a lie

ROME (Reuters) - Italy's justice minister said on Thursday it was "a lie" to paint humanitarian ships saving migrants in the Mediterranean as criminals, responding to a Sicilian prosecutor who has repeatedly suggested some are colluding with Libyan smugglers.

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Sanctuary Cities Face Aid Cuts as Justice Dept. Tightens Screws

Nine localities, including New York City, were told to stop withholding information about undocumented immigrants in custody or lose U.S. grant money.

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Turkish minister says ECHR has no jurisdiction over referendum

ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey's Justice Minister Bekir Bozdag said on Thursday that the European Court of Human Rights had no jurisdiction to rule on appeals over the referendum granting President Tayyip Erdogan new powers.

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Former ISIS sex slave demands justice for Yazidis

A Yazidi woman who was kidnapped and taken as sex slave by ISIS told CNN's Fareed Zakaria on Sunday that the Iraqi government and the UN should establish an investigation in order to bring members of the brutal regime to justice.

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Germany plans to fine social media sites over hate speech

BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany's Justice Minister on Tuesday put forward a new draft law calling for social networks like Facebook to remove slanderous or threatening online postings quickly or face fines of up to 50 million euros ($53.15 million).

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UPDATE 1-Germany plans to fine social media sites over hate speech

BERLIN, March 14 (Reuters) - Germany's Justice Minister on Tuesday put forward a new draft law calling for social networks like Facebook to remove slanderous or threatening online postings quickly or face fines of up to 50 million euros ($53.15 million).

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Germany plans to fine social sites if they don't remove hate speech

BERLIN, March 14 (Reuters) - Germany's Justice Minister put forward a tough new draft law on Tuesday calling for social networks like Facebook to take faster action to remove slanderous or threatening online postings quickly or face stiff fines of up to 50 million euros.

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South Korean opposition vows justice as Park prepares Blue House exit

SEOUL (Reuters) - The South Korean politician likely to emerge as the next president promised justice and common sense on Sunday as workers renovated the home of ousted leader Park Geun-hye to prepare for her departure from the presidential Blue House.

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CA Inc to pay $45 mln to resolve false claims allegations -US Justice Dept

WASHINGTON, March 10 (Reuters) - Information technology firm CA Inc has agreed to pay $45 million to resolve allegations it made false statements and claims involving a U.S. government contract, the Justice Department said on Friday.

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Top Senate Democrat urges Justice Department watchdog to probe possible interference

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer on Monday called on the Department of Justice's inspector general to probe any possible political interference in its investigation of contacts between President Donald Trump's associates and Russia.

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Top Senate Democrat urges Justice Dept watchdog to probe possible interference

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer on Monday called on the Department of Justice's inspector general to probe any possible political interference in its investigation of contacts between President Donald Trump's associates and Russia.

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Bahrain justice ministry seeks to dissolve opposition group

DUBAI (Reuters) - Bahrain's justice ministry filed a lawsuit on Monday seeking to dissolve a main opposition group on the grounds that it undermined security, state news agency BNA reported.

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FBI asks Justice Department to refute Trump

The FBI asked the Justice Department on Saturday to refute President Donald Trump's assertion that President Barack Obama ordered the wiretapping of Trump's phones last year, two sources with knowledge of the situation told CNN.

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German town that canceled Turkish event receives bomb threat

BERLIN (Reuters) - German authorities in the southwestern town of Gaggenau evacuated the city hall on Friday after receiving a bomb threat, its mayor told German television, one day after he canceled an event where Turkey's justice minister was to speak.

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Turkey accuses Germany of double standards over meeting cancellation

ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey accused Germany of double standards on Friday after authorities in a south German town prevented its justice minister speaking at a meeting, and said Berlin must "learn how to behave" if it wanted to maintain relations.

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Brazil senate confirms Temer's choice for Supreme Court vacancy

BRASILIA (Reuters) - Brazil's Senate on Wednesday approved President Michel Temer's justice minister to fill a vacancy on the Supreme Court, a controversial appointment due to the number of cabinet ministers and ruling party leaders facing corruption allegations.

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Brazil Senate committee approves Temer pick for Supreme Court

BRASILIA (Reuters) - A Senate committee cleared President Michel Temer's nominee for Brazil's Supreme Court on Tuesday despite criticism the choice of his justice minister was aimed at helping shield cabinet members from corruption investigations.

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Trump Directs Justice Department to Investigate ‘Criminal Leaks’

It is unusual for a president to direct the Justice Department to open a criminal investigation into his opponents, or to talk publicly about doing so.

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Key lines from the travel ban ruling

The three-judge panel of the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals delivered a decisive rebuke to President Donald Trump's Justice Department Thursday night, issuing a 29-page order rejecting almost every argument it made to reinstate his travel ban.

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Takata to set aside $864 million as part of U.S. DOJ settlement

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's Takata Corp said on Thursday it will set aside 96.93 billion yen ($864.4 million) as part of a $1 billion settlement with the United States Justice Department over the world's largest ever auto recall.

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Brazil's Temer picks justice minister as Supreme Court nominee: source

BRASILIA (Reuters) - Brazil's President Michel Temer has picked Justice Minister Alexandre Moraes as his nominee to the Supreme Court, a government source said on Monday, in a move that would place a close ally on the tribunal as it rules on a major graft scandal.

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Brazil's Temer picks justice minister as Supreme Court nominee- source

BRASILIA, Feb 6 (Reuters) - Brazil's President Michel Temer has picked Justice Minister Alexandre Moraes as his nominee to the Supreme Court, a government source said on Monday, in a move that would place a close ally on the tribunal as it rules on a major graft scandal.

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Romania to publish new criminal bill after protests stop decree

BUCHAREST (Reuters) - Romania's Justice Minister Florin Iordache said he would publish the details of a new bill on the criminal code later on Monday, a day after the government scrapped an earlier decree following mass protests and international criticism.

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All eyes on 9th Circuit in battle over travel ban

President Donald Trump has only been in office for 17 days, but his Justice Department is already embroiled in a high-stakes legal battle over his executive order on immigration that could have monumental implications.

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Romania's justice minister hands over duties to deputy until Feb. 7 -agency

BUCHAREST, Feb 2 (Reuters) - Romania's Justice Minister Florin Iordache, who brought in the corruption decree that sparked protests by tens of thousands of Romanians, has handed over his duties to...

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Acting Attorney General Orders Justice Dept. Not to Defend Refugee Ban

Sally Yates, the acting attorney general, wrote in a letter to department lawyers that she was concerned that the executive order might not be legal.

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Turkey sends new extradition request for soldiers after Greek court ruling: CNN Turk

ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey's justice ministry sent a second extradition request to Greece for the soldiers wanted in connection with a failed coup attempt last year, CNN Turk reported on Friday, a day after Greece ruled against extraditing them.

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Romanian president considers referendum over government's justice plan

BUCHAREST (Reuters) - Romanian President Klaus Iohannis said on Monday he could hold a referendum on the government's plans to decriminalize certain offences and to pardon convicts through decrees, moves critics say could harm efforts to stamp out high-level corruption.

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Obama says reducing leaker Chelsea Manning's prison term serves justice

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama said on Wednesday that former military intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning had served a tough prison term and his decision to commute her 35-year sentence to about seven years served would not signal leniency toward leakers of U.S. government secrets.

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Shortening leaker Chelsea Manning's tough prison term serves justice: Obama

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama said on Wednesday that former military intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning had served a tough prison term and his decision to commute her 35-year sentence to about seven years served would not signal leniency toward leakers of U.S. government secrets.

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EU says U.S. explanation of Yahoo email scanning not enough

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The United States has not satisfied the European Union's concerns about Yahoo's scanning of all customers' incoming emails for U.S. intelligence purposes, the bloc's justice chief told Reuters in an interview.

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Sidebar: The Hazards Justices Face by Owning Individual Stocks

In an era when potential executive branch conflicts are drawing intense scrutiny, members of the Supreme Court should consider setting a different tone for the judicial branch.

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Obama makes justice reform pitch in journal he once edited

Returning to the pages of the prestigious law journal he once edited, President Barack Obama sought to crystallize his efforts toward a fairer justice system in an article Thursday, offering recommendations to a successor who few are confident will uphold his efforts.

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Grim vigil for families after Brazil prison massacre

MANAUS, Brazil (Reuters) - Brazil's justice minister on Tuesday proposed an overhaul of the penal system a day after 56 inmates were massacred in the deadliest riot in two decades.

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Last Hurrah for Obama’s Justice Department: Bank Settlements Over Toxic Mortgages

A deal with the United States government removes one big risk, but Deutsche Bank’s global status is still in doubt.

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How Rex Tillerson Changed His Tune on Russia and Came to Court Its Rulers

Once a vocal critic of Russia’s justice system, the Exxon Mobil chief came to partner with the country’s biggest players. What will that history mean for the slated secretary of state?

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German courts should go after fake news on Facebook now: minister

BERLIN (Reuters) - German judges and state prosecutors need to crack down straight away on fake news disseminated through social media platforms such as Facebook, Germany's Justice Minister Heiko Maas said in an interview published on Sunday.

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German courts should go after fake news on Facebook now - minister

BERLIN, Dec 18 (Reuters) - German judges and state prosecutors need to crack down straight away on fake news disseminated through social media platforms such as Facebook , Germany's Justice Minister Heiko Maas said in an interview published on Sunday.

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China says justice ministry official probed for suspected graft

BEIJING (Reuters) - A senior official at China's justice ministry is under investigation for suspected graft, the ruling Communist Party's anti-corruption watchdog said on Friday.

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German minister says Facebook should be treated as a media company

BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany's Justice Minister says he believes Facebook Inc. should be treated like a media company rather than a technology platform, suggesting he favors moves to make social media groups criminally liable for failing to remove hate speech.

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Ecuador says Sweden should promise Assange will not be extradited

QUITO (Reuters) - Ecuador said on Wednesday that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange should receive guarantees that he will not be extradited if he faces justice in Sweden after four years of living in the South American nation's embassy in London.

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West Virginia urges Justice Dept to reject settlement with Mylan

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey on Wednesday blasted Mylan NV's announced $465 million settlement with the U.S. Justice Department over the drugmaker's classification of its lifesaving allergy treatment EpiPen as a generic, saying the amount was "woefully deficient."

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UPDATE 3-West Virginia urges Justice Dept to reject settlement with Mylan

WASHINGTON, Nov 2 (Reuters) - West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey on Wednesday blasted Mylan NV's announced $465 million settlement with the U.S. Justice Department over the drugmaker's classification of its lifesaving allergy treatment EpiPen as a generic, saying the amount was "woefully deficient."

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UPDATE 2-West Virginia urges Justice Dept to reject settlement with Mylan

WASHINGTON, Nov 2 (Reuters) - West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey on Wednesday blasted Mylan NV's announced $465 million settlement with the U.S. Justice Department over the drugmaker's...

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West Virginia urges Justice Department to reject settlement with Mylan

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey on Wednesday blasted a pending $465 million settlement between Mylan NV and the U.S. Justice Department over the misclassification of the EpiPen, saying it was "woefully deficient."

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REFILE-West Virginia urges Justice Dept to reject "sweetheart" settlement with Mylan

WASHINGTON, Nov 2 (Reuters) - West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey on Wednesday blasted a pending $465 million settlement between Mylan NV and the U.S. Justice Department over the misclassification of the EpiPen, saying it is "woefully deficient."