Department of Justice

Interfering in Investigations

Michael Flynn. Roger Stone. The Mueller Report. We’ve never seen such brazen behavior from a President.

By Barbara McQuade

Subverting the Justice Department

Trump has twisted the Justice Department beyond recognition—and his attorney general happily goes along.

By Matthew Miller

Policing the Police

A Justice Department veteran talks about consent decrees—the police monitoring tool the Trump Administration has given up on.

By Christy Lopez

Affirmative Action and the Burden of Argument

Some lessons to draw from a scholar of Black Lives Matter, as Trump's Justice Department goes after affirmative action.

By Nathan Pippenger

Criminal Justice on a Hunch

In too many cases, calling civil asset forfeiture “highway robbery” is not hyperbole, and Jeff Sessions just made it worse.

By Jonathan Blanks