Discrimination

“The Department of Justice takes these allegations extremely seriously but cannot discuss specific employee disciplinary actions, or comment on internally handled personnel actions or matters that may impact personal privacy,” said Ian Prior, a Justice Department spokesman. The department confirmed that it referred some allegations made by employees to the…

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But it hopes to carve out an even wider sphere of protected religious expression this term when the justices are to hear two more of its cases, one a challenge to a California law that requires “crisis pregnancy centers,” which are run by abortion opponents, to provide women with information…

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Five armed services chiefs — of the Army, the Air Force, the Navy, the Marines and the National Guard Bureau — posted statements on social media condemning neo-Nazis and racism in uncompromising terms. They did not mention Mr. Trump by name, but their messages were a highly unusual counter to…

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Photo Attorney General Jeff Sessions boarded a plane for a trip to El Salvador on Thursday where he will meet with local leaders about fighting gang violence. Credit Pablo Martinez Monsivais/Associated Press The Department of Justice has filed court papers arguing that a major federal civil rights law does not…

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