Holder used the bully pulpit to highlight racial injustices he saw around him
Pays tribute to "one of the longest-serving attorney generals in American history"
"It is fully possible to permit law enforcement to do its job while still adequately protecting personal privacy"
“My only request is that the next Attorney General actually read the Constitution before he takes the job"
Holder exists to protect the president and his policies. Worse, his successor will almost certainly take up exactly where he leaves off.
Democrats and Republicans quickly split on a divisive figure
The President announced Eric Holder will remain in office until a successor is confirmed
Announcement expected soon
Will step down once a successor has been confirmed
They're helping to launch Cartoon Network's anti-bullying campaign
Not all investigations are created equal, and this one is tackling a big problem with small tools
"Our investigation will assess the police department’s use of force, including deadly force. It will analyze stops, searches, and arrests."
U.S. Attorney General stands up for six state attorneys general who didn't defend their states' gay marriage bans from challenges
He became faint and short of breath during a morning meeting
Attorney General Eric Holder says laws to the contrary are not only "unnecessary and unjust, but they are also counterproductive"
Promises the feds are still working to keep the drug out of young hands, even in states where it's been legalized
Attorney General Eric Holder announced that the Obama Administration is filing suit against North Carolina over recent changes to the state's voting laws.
Critics say Washington lags behind state-level innovations that are saving money and reducing crime
After a key provision in the Voting Rights Act was struck down by the Supreme Court in June, the Obama Administration turned to another tactic to seek...
As Congress considers new laws, Attorney General Eric Holder announces plan to review Texas plans before the next election.