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Civil rights leaders met with Attorney General Jeff Sessions to discuss their concerns about the DOJ's direction.

Ferguson officials have missed crucial deadlines that were set by the Department of Justice in efforts to reform policing procedures.

Baltimore's mayor and the attorney general announce that they've reached an accord on police reforms. The agreement awaits court approval.

A federal probe cleared South Boston, Virginia, officers who discharged their Tasers 20 times while Linwood Lambert was shackled.

Baltimore's mayor is asking the state for $30 million to pay for police reforms. Some of the spending would go toward an early warning system to identify patterns of police misconduct.

Baltimore's mayor is asking the state for $30 million to pay for police reforms. Some of the spending would go toward an early warning system to identify patterns of police misconduct.

The Department of Justice announced that it will phase out its use of private prisons. There's no need for them with the declining population of federal prisoners.

A DOJ study reveals that responding to domestic disputes accounts for most fatalities of police. This paints a different picture from the view that there's a war on cops.

Gov. Edwards added that the Middle District of Louisiana U.S. Attorney's office and the FBI will also assist in the investigation.

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

Michael Moore, a U.S. attorney based in Macon, launched an investigation into Johnson's death in October of 2013. After Moore left his position, the case was passed to federal prosecutors in Ohio.

Federal prosecutors filed a civil rights lawsuit against the NYC Education Department over a racist principal. The suit alleges that the department failed to address the principal's behavior.