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The University of North Carolina is under close scrutiny after a report published by former United States Justice Department official Kenneth Wainstein showed that at least 1,500 students enrolled in so-called "shadow curriculum" that gave out grades to students who did not have to attend classes.
The United States Justice Department, after looking at the statistics nationwide, drew the conclusion that groups such as the American Civil Liberties Union drew a long time ago -- that school districts, under the guise of "zero tolerance'' polices, were criminalizing young people by increasingly deferring school discipline to the police and the courts.
As more than 40,000 women gathered for our 51st National Convention in Washington, DC, the political capital of the world, we call upon the United States Justice Department to launch a thorough investigation to determine whether or not George Zimmerman may be prosecuted under the federal system for the death of Trayvon Martin.
com)-- On February 9th, the United States Justice Department released the details of a $25 billion dollar settlement reached with 5 major banks.
The United States Justice Department has declined to back a posthumous pardon for black heavyweight boxing champion Jack Johnson.
The torture was authorized by President Bush and sanctioned by the United States Justice Department through a blatantly self-serving legal opinion that is a masterpiece of circular logic: Torture is illegal; the United States does not torture.
This concludes a United States Justice Department investigation into the Cincinnati OH-based company's financial dealings with right-wing paramilitaries and leftist rebels.
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