Loretta Lynch

istory-making occasions are rarely recognized until they end up in the textbooks. As we face some of the most challenging and monumental events within Black culture today, there are plenty of moments that have made their mark on America.

Civil rights activists fear the outcome of a DOJ probe into Freddie Gray’s case under the Trump administration.

Attorney General Loretta Lynch announced that the DOJ will not prosecute Hillary Clinton. The Republicans are furious.

The plaintiff, Abigail Noel Fisher, charged the ruling was unfair and that she was a victim of racial discrimination.

U.S. attorney general Loretta Lynch held a press conference yesterday to announce that the Department of Justice is filing a lawsuit against the state of North Carolina, Governor Pat McCrory, the North Carolina Department of Public Safety, and the University of North Carolina. Lynch and the DOJ did this in answer to a suit filed earlier […]

Attorney General Loretta Lynch is the “most likely candidate” to replace the late conservative Justice Antonin Scalia according to analyst Tom Goldstein. Citing that Lynch was recently vetted for attorney general, Goldstein says it makes practical sense that she could be nominated quickly. Lynch would be the first black woman ever nominated to the nation’s highest […]

According to data pulled from the census, 76 percent of the city’s African-American population would have to relocate in order for Chicago to be completely integrated.

The Missouri city and DOJ officials are nearing a reform deal that will likely effect change and overhaul "unconstitutional" policing.

The DOJ will publish a report based on recommendations from the meeting, suggesting steps that lawmakers, policymakers and legislators can take to reform the criminal justice system.

In a letter to U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch, Illinois AG Lisa Madigan asked the DOJ's Civil Rights Division to determine if the department's practices violate federal law.

Lynch's declaration as the chief law enforcement official in the government negates comments made by FBI Director James Comey, who last month argued that officers in major cities feel "under siege" due to protests, demonstrations, and discussions that aim to hold police officers accountable.