FBI Admits Flawed Forensics May Have Led To Wrongful Convictions 

The FBI and the Justice Department admitted that flawed forensic testimony over more than 20 years — particularly pertaining to hair analysis — may have led to wrongful convictions in hundreds of cases, including 14 instances where a possibly innocent defendant was executed or died in prison. »4/21/15 3:42pm4/21/15 3:42pm

AT&T Partnered With DEA to Provide Access to 26 Years of Phone Records

Since at least 2007, DEA agents and local police detectives have had regular access to a gigantic database that contains detailed records of every American phone call that's passed through an AT&T switch in the past 26 years. The program, named the Hemisphere Project, also pays AT&T employees to work alongside… »9/02/13 3:53am9/02/13 3:53am

$356 Million Later, the Justice Department's Wireless Network Still Sucks

After 9/11, three federal law enforcement agencies planned a massive project to replace a mishmash of aging and obsolete radios used by thousands of federal agents. A decade and $356 million later, the program has made "minimal progress" and the Department of Homeland Security, one of the project's key partners, wants… »1/20/12 10:00am1/20/12 10:00am

LG, Sharp and Chunghwa Fined $585 Million For LCD Price Fixing

After nearly three years of investigation »11/12/08 3:05pm11/12/08 3:05pm, LG, Sharp and Chunghwa Picture Tubes Ltd have admitted to participating in a cartel between 2001 and 2006 that fixed prices of LCD screens affecting "millions of American consumers who use computers, cell phones and numerous other household electronics every day." The Justice…