Senator Calls for DOJ Civil Rights Official to Resign

She lied under oath during her confirmation hearing. Senator Mike Lee of Utah said that Assistant Attorney General for the Civil Rights Division Kristen Clarke should resign from…

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Two Russian Nationals Charged with Hacking

They attempted to gain access to computers in the U.S., UK, and other countries. A federal grand jury has indicted two Russian nationals with charges of conspiracy to…

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FTC and DOJ Host Merger Workshops

The first event promotes merger guidelines and the effects on competition. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the Department of Justice’s Antitrust Division recently co-hosted the first of…

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Former President Trump Indicted on Federal Charges

The allegations stem from federal documents probe.  Former President Donald J. Trump has been told to appear next Tuesday in Miami, Florida for arraignment on federal criminal charges.…

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Legislators Seek to Stop FISA Court Abuses 

They say reauthorization will not occur without reforms. Some members of the House of Representatives, including Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee Representative Mike Turner of Ohio, are…

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Suspects Arrested at Chinese “Secret Police Station”

Two U.S. citizens are accused of pressuring Chinese detractors in New York City. U.S. federal agents arrested two Chinese Americans in Manhattan’s Chinatown this week for allegedly operating…

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Sentencing Committee Approves Compassionate Release Extension

The committee votes after receiving thousands of public comments. The U.S. Sentencing Commission approved guidelines to expand qualifications for federal inmates to receive a compassionate release from prison.…

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Some Federal Inmates Allowed to Continue Staying Home

The Department of Justice extends policy as the COVID-19 emergency health measures end.  The Department of Justice recently announced that federal inmates sent home due to COVID-19 prison…

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Texas Shooting Victims Reach $144.5 Million Agreement with Justice Department

The Air Force is deemed responsible for not updating shooter’s background check. The Department of Justice settled with survivors of the 2017 mass shooting at First Baptist Church…

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Top Member of Drug Cartel Extradited to U.S.

Mexican “plaza boss” Avila was a core official under “El Chapo”. On Tuesday, the Department of Justice announced that a high-ranking member of El Chapo’s drug cartel made…

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