belfasttelegraph Monday, 22 December, 2014

U.S. Department of Justice

Related articles from BelfastTelegraph.co.uk

  1. The Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission is to take the Department of Justice to the High Court over our abortion ...

U.S. Department of Justice

Search news from around the web

  1. President Obama is preparing to nominate the top federal prosecutor in Atlanta to the No. 2 position at the Justice Department, according to The Associated Press. FULL ARTICLE AT NPR

  1. The Obama administration plans to nominate a U.S. Attorney from Georgia to become the second-highest-ranking official in the Justice Department, according to government officials. Sally ... FULL ARTICLE AT Pittsburgh Entertainment

  2. US President Barack Obama to name Sally Yates as pick for deputy attorney general

    If confirmed by Congress, Yates will replace outgoing Deputy Attorney General James Cole who is leaving the Justice Department in January and has not announced future plans. FULL ARTICLE AT The Economic Times, India

  3. If confirmed by Congress, Yates will replace outgoing Deputy Attorney General James Cole who is leaving the Justice Department in January and has not announced future plans. FULL ARTICLE AT The Economic Times, India

  1. HONOLULU (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama is expected to announce on Monday that U.S. Attorney Sally Yates will be his nominee for deputy attorney general, the No. 2 ... FULL ARTICLE AT Reuters

  2. Sally Yates is President Barack Obama’s choice for deputy attorney general, Reuters reported Sunday. The U.S. attorney in Atlanta will reportedly take over for Deputy Attorney General James ... FULL ARTICLE AT International Business Times

  3. Obama To Appoint Sally Yates Deputy Attorney General

    Sally Yates is President Barack Obama’s choice for deputy attorney general, Reuters reported Sunday. The U.S. attorney in Atlanta will reportedly take over for Deputy Attorney General James ... FULL ARTICLE AT International Business Times

  4. The Obama administration plans in the coming days to nominate a U.S. attorney from Georgia to become the second-highest-ranking official in the Justice Department, according to U.S. officials. FULL ARTICLE AT The News & Observer

About this topic

Wikipedia

The United States Department of Justice (DOJ) is a Cabinet department in the United States government designed to enforce the law and defend the interests of the United States according to the law and to ensure fair and impartial administration of justice for all Americans (see 28 U.S.C. § 501). The DOJ is administered by the United States Attorney General (see 28 U.S.C. § 503), one of the... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

Timeline of coverage

  1. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-07
    2014-11-07
  2. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-08
    2014-11-08
  3. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-09
    2014-11-09
  4. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-10
    2014-11-10
  5. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-11
    2014-11-11
  6. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-12
    2014-11-12
  7. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-13
    2014-11-13
  8. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-14
    2014-11-14
  9. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-15
    2014-11-15
  10. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-16
    2014-11-16
  11. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-17
    2014-11-17
  12. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-18
    2014-11-18
  13. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-19
    2014-11-19
  14. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-20
    2014-11-20
  15. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-21
    2014-11-21
  16. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-22
    2014-11-22
  17. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-23
    2014-11-23
  18. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-24
    2014-11-24
  19. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-25
    2014-11-25
  20. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-26
    2014-11-26
  21. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-27
    2014-11-27
  22. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-28
    2014-11-28
  23. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-29
    2014-11-29
  24. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-30
    2014-11-30
  25. Click to see all coverage from 2014-12-01
    2014-12-01
  26. Click to see all coverage from 2014-12-02
    2014-12-02
  27. Click to see all coverage from 2014-12-03
    2014-12-03
  28. Click to see all coverage from 2014-12-04
    2014-12-04
  29. Click to see all coverage from 2014-12-05
    2014-12-05
  30. Click to see all coverage from 2014-12-06
    2014-12-06
  31. Click to see all coverage from 2014-12-07
    2014-12-07
  32. Click to see all coverage from 2014-12-08
    2014-12-08
  33. Click to see all coverage from 2014-12-09
    2014-12-09
  34. Click to see all coverage from 2014-12-10
    2014-12-10
  35. Click to see all coverage from 2014-12-11
    2014-12-11
  36. Click to see all coverage from 2014-12-12
    2014-12-12
  37. Click to see all coverage from 2014-12-13
    2014-12-13
  38. Click to see all coverage from 2014-12-14
    2014-12-14
  39. Click to see all coverage from 2014-12-15
    2014-12-15
  40. Click to see all coverage from 2014-12-16
    2014-12-16
  41. Click to see all coverage from 2014-12-17
    2014-12-17
  42. Click to see all coverage from 2014-12-18
    2014-12-18
  43. Click to see all coverage from 2014-12-19
    2014-12-19
  44. Click to see all coverage from 2014-12-20
    2014-12-20
  45. Click to see all coverage from 2014-12-21
    2014-12-21
  46. Click to see all coverage from 2014-12-22
    2014-12-22

Login

Login to make editorial changes to the current page.

Login Cancel

Close