Manafort Sentence Shows 'Disparity' in Justice System

"You have a judge like T.S. Ellis, who looks at a defendant like Paul Manafort, sees someone rich, powerful, nearly 70 years old, and looks at a version himself," a former Justice Department official told MSNBC.

Law Professor Deletes Twitter Over 'Latinaness' Tweet

A conservative University of Chicago Law School professor deleted his Twitter for a second time after commenting that U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor was only appointed due to her "Latinaness."

DOJ to Inform Public of Foreign Interference

"Our government does not take any official position on what people should believe or how they should vote, but it can and should protect them from fraud and deception perpetrated by foreign agents."

Alabama GOP Nominates Longtime Roy Moore Aide

Tom Parker's campaign has largely centered around the same social issues Moore ran on, including opposition to same-sex marriage and abortion. Parker also has a documented appreciation for the Confederate flag.