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DOJ can't defend Trump in rape defamation suit: judge
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OxyContin Maker Purdue Pharma to Plead Guilty to 3 Federal Charges
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OxyContin maker to plead guilty in opioid probe
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DOJ announces Purdue Pharma's plea deal in opioid probe
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U.S. sues Google, says breakup may be needed
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DOJ calls out Russian hacking spree
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Melania book author sued for breaking nondisclosure
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Return To Sender: Rookie USPS Mail Carrier Dumped Ballots Into New Jersey Dumpsters
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OxyContin maker nears guilty plea in opioid probe
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US brings charges against British suspected IS terrorists
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NYC, Seattle, Portland Designated as 'Anarchist Jurisdictions' by DOJ
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DOJ: Al Jazeera's Online Platform AJ+ Is 'Foreign Agent' Of Qatari Government
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DOJ says $175 million stolen in PPP fraud
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DOJ moves to defend Trump in defamation lawsuit
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DOJ to file Google lawsuit in weeks -sources
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Judge rejects DOJ's attempt to shield Trump from defamation lawsuitFederal judge says Trump isn't an "employee of the government," and therefore is not protected by a law to protect federal employees from civil litigation.
Justice Department can't represent President Trump in E. Jean Carroll defamation case, judge rulesJustice Department effort to intervene was blocked in a defamation case against Trump by E. Jean Carroll after he denied her claim that he raped her.
Watch live: Justice Dept holds press conference on election securityThe Justice Department is holding a press conference on election security.
OxyContin maker to plead guilty to federal criminal charges in $8 billion settlementPurdue Pharma, the company whose OxyContin painkiller that drove a nationwide opioid epidemic, has agreed to plead guilty to federal criminal charges as part of a settlement with the government that..
Justice Department files antitrust lawsuit against GoogleGoogle is vowing to fight the Justice Department in court after prosecutors accused the company of locking out competition with an illegal monopoly. Jeff Pegues has more on the case.
Watergate Led to Reforms. Now, Would-Be Reformers Believe, So Will Trump.Among the possibilities are proposals developed by a Justice Department official from the Bush administration and a White House counsel under President Barack Obama.
Google Justice Department antitrust lawsuit explained: This is what it means for youDoes Google's dominance in search harm you? Everything you need to know about how the Justice Department's antitrust suit filed Thursday affects you.
AP Top Stories October 20 PHere's the latest for Tuesday October 20th: DOJ sues Google on antitrust concerns; Turkish troops withdraw from Syria; Pope Francis conducts mass in mask; Israel uncovers militant tunnel in Gaza..
DOJ files antitrust lawsuit against Google, alleging it maintains a search monopolyThe Department of Justice filed suit against Google for allegedly violating antitrust regulations. The DOJ alleges that Google, which is a division of Alphabet, paid billions of dollars to Apple and..
Department of Justice to sue Google for antitrust violationDepartment of Justice expected to allege that search giant paid billions to Apple and others to maintain its dominance.
DOJ charges Russian military officers in hacking and malware attacksFederal prosecutors have charged six Russian military officers with cyberattacks on targets around the world designed to, in part, interfere with international elections. Jeff Pegues has more details.
Six Russian intelligence operatives charged in global hacking operation; same group linked to 2016 election"No country has weaponized its cyber capabilities as maliciously and irresponsibly as Russia," said a U.S. DOJ representative.
'Riding a tiger': William Barr's politically charged tenure puts DOJ on ballot with TrumpAG William Barr's politically-charged tenure puts DOJ on ballot with Trump
China Threatens to Detain Americans if U.S. Prosecutes Chinese ScholarsAmerican officials said China had insisted that the Justice Department not proceed with cases against the arrested scholars, who are in the Chinese military and face charges of visa fraud.
Portland and Oakland sue over use of federal agents at protestsThe suit alleges that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the Justice Department are overstepping constitutional limits in their use of federal law enforcement officers to tamp down on..
Justice Department official Bruce Ohr resigns from department"Mr. Ohr retired after his counsel was informed that a final decision on a disciplinary review being conducted by Department senior career officials was imminent," a DOJ spokesperson said.
Bruce Ohr leaves DOJ after being rebuked for contact with Steele during Russia investigationEx-associate deputy attorney general Bruce Ohr, who'd been in touch with British informant Steele, retired before the final decision of a disciplinary review.
Pilgrim’s Pride to Pay $110 Million to Settle Charges of Fixing Chicken PricesThe Justice Department said the company helped fix the price of chicken and passed the cost to consumers.
Justice Department sues Stephanie Winston Wolkoff over Melania Trump tell-all bookThe Justice Department is suing Stephanie Winston Wolkoff for breach of contract for publishing her tell-all White House memoir, "Melania and Me."
Department of Justice makes changes to longstanding policy on election interference, report saysProPublica reports the Department of Justice sent an email that said federal investigators can publicly look into suspected election fraud before the polls close. It specifically mentioned postal..
Justice Department sues Yale, alleging race-based discriminationThe lawsuit alleges Yale "discriminates based on race and national origin in its undergraduate admissions process, and that race is the determinative factor in hundreds of admissions decisions each..
GOP fundraiser Broidy charged in scheme to lobby DOJ and Trump adminBroidy was charged in federal district court in Washington.
US charges British IS members for hostage deathsThe Justice Department unsealed charges against two Islamic State militants from Britain, accusing them of carrying out a gruesome campaign of torture, beheadings and other acts of violence against..
U.S. announces charges against two ISIS membersThe Justice Department announced charges Wednesday against two British nationals who joined the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), for their role in the torture and brutal killings of Western..
Government Lawsuit Over John Bolton’s Memoir May Proceed, Judge RulesThe Justice Department is seeking to seize a $2 million advance because President Trump’s former top aide published the book, which criticizes Mr. Trump, without written permission.
1,600 former Justice Department lawyers accuse Barr of using DOJ to help Trump in electionIn an open letter, former Justice Department attorneys expressed concerns Thursday that Attorney General William Barr is using the power of the agency to help Trump win reelection.
Brennan Rebuffed Requests to Lower Confidence in Key Russia FindingThe revelation that the former C.I.A. director sided with two analysts over senior officers, contained in his new book, has been a focus of the Justice Department review of the Russia inquiry.
DOJ announces largest healthcare fraud takedownActing Assistant Attorney General Brian Rabbitt announces cases that charge more than 300 individuals with health care fraud schemes involving more than six billion dollars in alleged health care fraud..
Michael Flynn's attorney asked Trump to hold off on pardonJudge Emmet Sullivan is reviewing the Justice Department's move to dismiss charges against President Trump's former national security adviser.
Murders Are Rising. Blaming a Party Doesn’t Add Up.The data reveals a different picture than the party-driven explanation President Trump and the Department of Justice have offered.
Barr has brought the D.O.J. closer to the White House than it has been in a half-century, historians say.
Justice Dept. Aids Trump’s False Narrative on VotingIn a series of unusual moves, the Justice Department has helped stoke skepticism about mail-in voting.
Justice Department seeks immediate ban on WeChat in U.S.The Trump administration claims the Chinese-owned messaging service is a threat to national security.
D.O.J. discloses investigation into discarded Pennsylvania ballots, prompting fears of politicization.
Current state of technology and social media in the U.S.Facebook announced the removal of hundreds of Russian-linked accounts, pages and groups. The Justice Department is trying to force big tech to take responsibility for content on their platforms, while..
DOJ moves to make it easier to sue social media companiesIt's the latest move to amend a 24-year-old law that shields social media companies from most lawsuits.
Operation targeting Darknet drug traffickers nets dozes of arrest worldwide, officials sayThe Justice Department said more than $6.5 million in cash and virtual currencies, as well as 500 kilograms of drugs, have been seized.
Wisconsin DOJ hires former Madison police chief to review Jacob Blake shooting investigationWisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul announced retired Madison Police Chief Noble Wray will analyze the DOJ investigation for the Kenosha DA.
DOJ names New York City, Portland, Seattle 'anarchist jurisdictions' that could lose federal fundingPresident Donald Trump executive order threatened to withhold federal funding from cities where the administration said local officials have cut funding for police departments, refused offers for help..
DOJ says 3 cities could lose federal aid for allowing "anarchy"New York City, Portland and Seattle were labeled "anarchist jurisdictions" by the Justice Department.
Justice Department seeking to charge protesters with seditionThe federal sedition law is used rarely but is aimed at charging individuals with overthrowing the government.
Trump's unrestrained full partner? Attorney General William Barr echoes president in slamming DOJAttorney General William Barr launched an extraordinary rebuke of lawyers under his command that drew parallels to Trump's recriminations against the DOJ.
Attorney General Barr urges federal charges against violent protestersAttorney General William Barr is calling on U.S. attorneys nationwide to seek federal charges against violent demonstrators. He even suggested invoking the rarely-used sedition law, which can punish..
Attorney General William Barr brings up slavery when referring to quarantining during the pandemicThe attorney general made several shocking statements at a Constitution Day event sponsored by Hillsdale College. Catherine Herridge reports from the Department of Justice.
Barr assails DOJ prosecutors, says some are "headhunters"In a rare rebuke by an attorney general of his department's own prosecutors, Barr said they sometimes fixate too much on prominent targets and on "ill-conceived" political probes.
Barr Defends Right to Intrude in Cases as He Sees FitThe attorney general’s remarks scanned as a rebuke of career Justice Department lawyers who have questioned his level of involvement.
US accuses 5 in China of global hacking campaignThe Justice Department has charged five Chinese citizens with hacks targeting more than 100 companies and institutions in the United States and elsewhere, including social media and video game..
China-Backed Hackers Broke Into 100 Firms and Agencies, U.S. SaysIn indictments against five Chinese nationals, the Justice Department described sophisticated attacks to hijack networks and extort universities, businesses and nonprofits.
5 Chinese citizens at large, 2 Malaysian suspects arrested in global hacking campaign targeting gamingThe Justice Department unsealed charges Wednesday against five Chinese citizens and two Malaysian nationals in a global hacking campaign, allegedly part of APT-41, that targeted more than 100 entities,..
Texas woman fraudulently submitted Paycheck Protection Program loan applications for nearly $2M, DOJ saysLola Shalewa Barbara Kasali allegedly received more than $1.9 million in PPP loans and transferred the money into four additional bank accounts.