Rod J. Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general, responded to the demand for an inquiry into the F.B.I.’s use of an informant by referring the request to the department’s inspector general.
The AT&T case could lead to an expanded view of the content and distribution market, perhaps changing what constitutes antitrust violation.
The announcement of their $26.5 billion deal focused on the creation of 5G wireless networks and jobs. There’s a lot of work to do to win approval.
A crucial deadline will expire on Tuesday for six U.S. allies temporarily exempted from steel and aluminum trade tariffs. Apple and Tesla report earnings.
Larry Thompson, a former U.S. deputy attorney general, said the carmaker had not held wrongdoers accountable or been serious enough about change.
Legislation introduced last month to better hold financial executives accountable for misconduct probably won’t result in a wave of prosecutions.
John Martin, the chief executive of Turner, told a federal court said that his channels were not absolutely vital for a cable or satellite business.
The government doesn’t want you to pay too much to watch your shows. That’s why the Justice Department says it is challenging the proposed merger between AT&T and Time Warner.
An adult film star who says she had an affair with President Trump will return $130,000 she got from Mr. Trump’s personal lawyer if doing so means she can speak freely, her lawyer said in a letter.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions said he would use legal actions and task forces to crack down on prescription opioid manufacturers, distributors and prescribers.