Justice Dept. Opens Door To Freedom For Some Nonviolent Offenders

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4 Muslim Men To Sue Feds Over No-Fly List

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Longtime D.C. Lawyer Is White House's Next Top Counsel

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Diego Sanchez, the first openly transgender person to work as a legislative staffer on Capitol Hill, helped to develop a new Justice Department program that trains law enforcement to be more sensitive to the needs of transgender people. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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Justice's 'Peacemaker' Unit Focuses On Transgender Rights

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Brother Fights Death Penalty Charges In Marathon Bombing Case

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Supporters of the Voting Rights Act listen to speakers discussing the Supreme Court's rulings outside the court building in June 2013. The court ruled that Section 4 of the Voting Rights Act, aimed at protecting minority voters, is unconstitutional. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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Welcome To Voting Rights Boot Camp

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Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., speaks with reporters after alleging that the CIA broke federal law by secretly removing sensitive documents from computers used by the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, the committee tasked with congressional oversight of the CIA. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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The Senate Versus The CIA: A Struggle At Flashpoint

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Unanimous Jury Convicts Al-Qaida Propagandist In Manhattan

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Holder Steps Forward For Shorter Drug Sentences

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Feinstein: CIA Tampered With Senate Panel's Work

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On Senate Floor, Rift Opens Between Lawmakers And CIA

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