Nearly a Dozen Plead Guilty for Migrant Smuggling

DOJ brought charges against 11 individuals in federal court. A Texas woman and ten other defendants have pled guilty in a human smuggling and money laundering case brought…

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DOJ Organizes First U.S. Trial in Oil Bribery Scheme

A former employee of Vitol was charged with bribing Ecuadorian officials. The Department of Justice (DOJ) brought its first individual to trial this week as part of a…

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Merrick Garland, U.S. Attorney General

Merrick Garland, U.S. Attorney General

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Justice Department Sues Texas Over Border Enforcement

Feds claim state law unconstitutionally supersedes Congress. On Wednesday, the Department of Justice filed a lawsuit against Texas for its Senate Bill 4, which allows state officials to…

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Education Department Expands University Discrimination Investigation

The department began the probe in November regarding student protection and free speech. The U.S. Department of Education is investigating the rise of harassment and discrimination on college…

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Justice Department Threatens to Sue Texas Over Migrant Law

Meanwhile, a migrant caravan heads to the U.S. The Justice Department sent a letter to Governor Greg Abbott saying that Texas will be sued if they enforce a…

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DOJ & CFPB Sue Texas Developer for Defrauding Latino Borrowers

The company is accused of making false statements and predatory loans in the Houston area. The Department of Justice and Consumer Financial Protection Bureau filed a lawsuit against…

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DOJ Seizes Ransomware Websites

The department’s decryption tool dismantles a digital hostage program. The Department of Justice announced that they have disrupted multiple extortion websites used by the Blackcat hackers, a digital…

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New Company Merger Guidelines Released By DOJ and FTC

White House economist says antitrust guidance is important to ensure competition and lower consumer costs. The Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) jointly released…

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Federal Court Issues Injunction Against Pharmaceutical Company

The corporation is prohibited from distributing drugs after not complying with federal manufacturing requirements. The District Court of Massachusetts brought a permanent injunction against Pharmasol Corporation, which is…

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