DOJ

Civil rights leaders met with Attorney General Jeff Sessions to discuss their concerns about the DOJ's direction.

Baltimore's mayor and the attorney general announce that they've reached an accord on police reforms. The agreement awaits court approval.

The Justice Department is investigating the Tulsa police shooting of an unarmed Black man. They are looking into a possible civil rights violation.

The Department of Justice announced that it will phase out its use of private prisons. There's no need for them with the declining population of federal prisoners.

The U.S. Department of Justice on Tuesday closed a probe prompted by the April 2015 death of Freddie Gray. It concluded Baltimore police officers regularly violate the constitutional rights of Black residents through the use of excessive force, unlawful searches and arrests, and racial discrimination.

Michael Moore, a U.S. attorney based in Macon, launched an investigation into Johnson's death in October of 2013. After Moore left his position, the case was passed to federal prosecutors in Ohio.

The DOJ will publish a report based on recommendations from the meeting, suggesting steps that lawmakers, policymakers and legislators can take to reform the criminal justice system.

The Department of Justice is preparing to release about 6,000 nonviolent inmates from federal prison at the end of the month.

Thursday on NewsOne Now, Roland Martin and the Straight Talk Panel discussed the findings of the DOJ's final report on Ferguson.

NewsOne’s Top 5 takes a quick look at the trending stories you’re talking about: Trump Says He’ll Fight #BlackLivesMatter If They Go For His Mic; Walker…

Despite a Justice Department report, Ferguson is still dolling out a disproportionate number of arrest warrants to minorities.