Attorney General Loretta Lynch

Emailgate is officially over on a federal level, but that doesn't mean Trump and the GOP are done with it politically.

Days before the federal government announced a probe of the San Francisco Police in the shooting death of Mario Woods, the department's officers took a pledge to stamp out racism and intolerance.

The investigation will examine police practices used in the October 2014 shooting of Laquan McDonald and dive deeper into other police shootings, training, and the use of deadly force.

Lynch's declaration as the chief law enforcement official in the government negates comments made by FBI Director James Comey, who last month argued that officers in major cities feel "under siege" due to protests, demonstrations, and discussions that aim to hold police officers accountable.

As a result of civilians using their mobile devices to record encounters with local law enforcement many police officers across the country are angry and…

U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch told NBC’s Chuck Todd during the Washington Ideas Forum, hosted by AtlanticLIVE and the Aspen Institute, that the federal government should not require police…

Noting the historically contentious relationship between Black communities and law enforcement, Attorney General Loretta Lynch discussed how Sandra Bland’s death is a prime example of…

She’s only been with us for a short time, but if the last few months are any indication, U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch is definitely on the…

Viewer discretion is advised for the following video and post … Roland Martin goes in on Police Commissioner Anthony Batt for blaming stolen prescription drugs for…

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan activated the National Guard late Monday in an effort to quell surging violence that erupted earlier in the day and rippled…

Hours after she was sworn in as the first African-American woman to hold the office of Attorney General, Loretta Lynch released a statement about the…