A federal appeals court in San Francisco declined Thursday to reinstate President Donald Trump’s Jan. 27 ban on travel from seven predominantly Muslim countries.
San Francisco’s public defender and the American Civil Liberties Union both called today for independent governmental investigations into alleged racist text messages and use-of-force policies …
More than 100 citizens loudly chanted “Fire Chief Suhr!” and “Justice for Mario Woods!” at the first of three public meetings organized by the U.S. Department of Justice.
U.S. Justice Department and San Francisco officials announced Monday that the Justice Department will review the city’s police policies and practices.
A San Francisco art dealer was sentenced in federal court in Las Vegas today to one year and two days for his role in selling two horns from an endangered Black Rhinoceros.
A federal court ruled against the city of Oakland’s efforts to block the Justice Department from closing the city’s largest medical marijuana dispensary.
The acting head of the U.S. Justice Department said the agency’s report on illegal police conduct in Ferguson, Mo., should serve as a “game changer.”
Secret meetings in Washington D.C. may be examining possible questionable testimony in the 2011 murder trial.
A judge struck a blow to medical marijuana advocates when he threw out a lawsuit against the Obama administration.