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Ousted U.S. prosecutor says Barr pressed him to resign
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FBI investigates reported Indiana lynching attempt
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Novartis pays $729 mln in U.S. kickback charges
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Pelosi Rules Out Impeaching Attorney General William Barr
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US Attorney General Barr To Testify Before Congress
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Appeals court orders dismissal of Flynn case
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Appeals Court Orders Judge To Drop Flynn Case
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'No crime committed' in NASCAR noose investigation
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DOJ Prosecutor To Testify Higher Ups Improperly Interfered In Roger Stone Case
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Trump: Bolton breaking law if he publishes book
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Little sign of antifa in U.S. prosecutions of protest violence
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UK Prince Andrew's lawyers hit back over U.S. inquiry into Epstein
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Little evidence extremists drive U.S. protests: DHS report
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FBI's top lawyer resigns amid Trump pressure
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DOJ says probe into Floyd death a 'top priority'
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Investigation of Floyd's death 'top priority' for DOJ -U.S. Attorney
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Attorney General William Barr Looking Into Reviewing FBI's Russia Investigation
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DOJ Launches 'Robust' Probe Of Black Minneapolis Man's Death At The Hands Of Police
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Trump Announces Investigation On Death Of Unarmed Minneapolis Black Man
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Judge Moves to Delay Federal Execution Scheduled for MondayA district court in Washington, D.C., put the execution of Daniel Lewis Lee on hold hours before it was to be carried out. The Justice Department immediately appealed.
Attorney General William Barr was once widely respected. Thanks to Trump, not anymore.Barr's repeated interventions in the Justice Department in support of Trump's political goals have blackened what was once a sterling reputation.
South Korea Denies U.S. Request to Extradite Operator of Child Pornography SiteThe Justice Department had sought to try Son Jong-woo after he was indicted by a federal grand jury in the District of Columbia on money-laundering and other charges.
U.S. Attorney Ousted by Barr Will Testify Privately Before CongressThe interview with Geoffrey S. Berman, the former top federal prosecutor in Manhattan, is part of Democrats’ inquiry into potential Justice Department politicization.
US DOJ: Would like Prince Andrew to talk EpsteinBritish socialite Ghislaine Maxwell was arrested by the FBI on Thursday on charges she helped procure underage sex partners for financier Jeffrey Epstein. (July 2)
Attorney General Barr creates task force to investigate anti-government extremistsThe Justice Department is taking aim at extremist groups that officials said sowed chaos during protests over the death of George Floyd.
Ex-Stone prosecutor: DOJ 'cut' Stone a breakDOJ federal prosecutor testifies to the House Judiciary committee that Roger Stone, a close ally of President Donald Trump, was given special treatment ahead of his sentencing because of his..
Roger Stone, set to report to prison next week, asks judge to postpone sentence because of coronavirusThe request, which the Justice Department does not oppose, comes after a prosecutor accused the agency of giving Stone favorable treatment.
Career Justice Department attorneys to tell Congress leadership abused its power in Roger Stone case, other investigationsTwo career attorneys at the Justice Department are expected to offer blistering criticisms of the agency's leadership during testimonies in Congress.
DOJ gave Roger Stone favorable treatment because he is an ally of the president, prosecutor saysAaron Zelinsky, a former prosecutor in the Roger Stone case, said Justice Department leadership wanted prosecutors to "cut Stone a break."
Army soldier leaked information to neo-Nazi group as part of plot to attack U.S. soldiers, DOJ saysEthan Melzer said in a chat group that he's risking his "free life" by leaking information and that he's "expecting results," according to the indictment.
U.S. Department of Justice, FBI to investigate noose found in Bubba Wallace's garageThe U.S. Department of Justice announced it will look into the noose found in NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace's garage stall at Talladega Superspeedway.
Who has authority to fire Geoffrey Berman? Manhattan's chief federal prosecutor has 'no intention' of resigningThe Justice Department in 1979 said only the president has authority to fire a US attorney. Geoffrey Berman is refusing to resign, setting up showdown.
US attorney who oversaw prosecution of Trump allies steps downBerman's sudden resignation is likely to raise additional questions from Democrats who have accused Barr of politicizing the DOJ and acting more like Trump's personal attorney than the nation's chief..
Mueller Report Redactions on Roger Stone Are RevealedThe Justice Department had kept them secret while it was investigating Mr. Stone. He was later convicted of seven felonies and sentenced to prison.
U.S. prison riot teams faulted for injuring staff during exercisesU.S. Bureau of Prisons riot teams that helped protect the White House during protests earlier this month injured employees by deploying flash bang grenades and pepper spray during exercises last year,..
Ex-U.S. counterterrorism analyst sentenced to 2.5 years over media leaksA federal judge on Thursday sentenced a former counterterrorism analyst with the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency to serve two and a half years in prison for leaking classified material about a foreign..
Former Mexican state governor pleads guilty in U.S. to money launderingA former governor of the Mexican state of Coahuila has pleaded guilty to charges that he laundered money to conceal bribes paid to him in return for road-building contracts, the U.S. Department of..
Larry Nassar survivors ask DOJ to release report on FBI's delays in sexual abuse investigationFBI waited to investigate claims from USA Gymnastics that Larry Nassar was sexually abusing athletes. Survivors want DOJ to share report on the delay.
U.S. Justice Dept. employees to testify about political meddling, House panel saysTwo Justice Department employees will testify to Congress next week about political influence on law enforcement activity, including one who worked on Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe, the..
Prosecutor in Roger Stone Case Will Testify About Barr’s InterventionThe prosecutor is one of two Justice Department officials coming forward whom Democrats are calling whistle-blowers.
U.S. House panel subpoenas career prosecutors over alleged political meddling at Justice DeptThe Democratically-controlled U.S. House Judiciary Committee on Tuesday said it had subpoenaed two career federal prosecutors to testify about the politicization of the Justice Department, including..
U.S. attorney general orders execution dates set for four federal inmatesU.S. Attorney General William Barr on Monday ordered the Federal Bureau of Prisons to schedule executions for four federal death-row inmates, the Justice Department said in a statement.
Businessman close to Maduro arrested; Venezuela slams 'arbitrary detention'Authorities in Cape Verde have arrested a businessman close to Venezuela's socialist President Nicolas Maduro, the U.S. Department of Justice said on Saturday, a move Venezuelan authorities called a..
Colombian businessman close to Venezuela's Maduro arrestedAuthorities in Cape Verde have arrested Alex Saab, a Colombian businessman close to socialist Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro who was charged by the United States with alleged money laundering, the..
DOJ signals it will release a less-redacted version of Mueller report concerning Roger StoneThe Justice Department said it is reevaluating whether portions of the report related to Stone should remain redacted now that the case has concluded.
I spent years working to reform police forces. Trump wants to roll it all back: Tom PerezTrump and his Justice Department are hostile to new reforms and want to dismantle the old ones. America needs trust and progress, not threats of force.
U.S. appeals court skeptical of bid by ex-Trump adviser Flynn to end criminal caseA U.S. appeals court on Friday appeared skeptical of the Justice Department's unprecedented effort to drop a criminal case against President Donald Trump's former adviser Michael Flynn, signaling no..
U.S. appeals court wary of Justice Department bid to drop case against ex-Trump adviser FlynnA U.S. appeals court on Friday appeared skeptical of the Justice Department's unprecedented effort to drop a criminal case against President Donald Trump's former adviser Michael Flynn, signaling no..
Ex-Trump adviser Flynn, Justice Department push appeals court to drop lying chargePresident Donald Trump's former national security adviser, Michael Flynn, and the Justice Department teamed up Friday in an unprecedented legal battle to force a federal judge to dismiss a criminal..
Under four presidents, the Feds neglected duty to collect statistics on police killingsWhy has the Justice Department failed to follow a law from 1994?
Retired judge calls effort to drop case against ex-Trump aide 'gross abuse' of powerA retired judge urged a federal court on Wednesday not to allow the Justice Department to dismiss its criminal case against President Donald Trump's former adviser Michael Flynn, citing evidence of a..
Tyson Foods says cooperating with DoJ in chicken price-fixing probeTyson Foods Inc said on Wednesday it was cooperating with the U.S. Department of Justice on a price-fixing investigation in the poultry industry, under a program that could protect the meat processor..
Top prosecutor overseeing Justice Department criminal division to departThe U.S. Justice Department's top prosecutor overseeing its criminal division is leaving his post early next month, department officials announced on Wednesday.
More than 1,200 former DOJ officials call for review of AG Barr's role in clearing protesters near White HouseMore than 1,200 former Justice Department staffers are calling for a review of William Barr's role in clearing protesters near the White House.
Justice Department showed 'gross abuse of prosecutorial power" in Michael Flynn case, court-appointed arbiter saysRetired federal judge John Gleeson said DOJ "had abdicated" its responsibility by attempting to provide special treatment to a presidential ally.
Retired judge urges court not to drop criminal case against ex-Trump adviser FlynnRetired U.S. judge John Gleeson urged a federal court on Wednesday not to grant the Justice Department's request to dismiss the criminal case against President Donald Trump's former national security..
Chief of California firm charged in COVID-19 fraud scheme: Department of JusticeThe president of a California medical technology company has been charged for ties to a scheme involving false and fraudulent claims for allergy and COVID-19 testing, the U.S. Department of Justice..
U.S. authorities seek to question UK's Prince Andrew over EpsteinThe U.S. Department of Justice is seeking to question Britain's Prince Andrew as part of its investigation into possible co-conspirators of deceased financier and convicted sex offender Jeffrey..
U.S. attorney general to hold news conference on ThursdayU.S. Attorney General Bill Barr will hold a news conference at 12:30 p.m. (1630 GMT) on Thursday, the U.S. Justice Department said in a statement.
Pilgrim's Pride CEO indicted over alleged U.S. chicken price-fixingThe chief executive of Pilgrim's Pride Corp, a major U.S. poultry company, was indicted along with three other current and former industry executives on charges of seeking to fix the price of chickens,..
U.S. indicts four chicken executives, alleges price fixingFederal authorities have indicted four officials from two chicken companies for allegedly fixing prices and rigging bids for broiler chickens across the United States, the U.S. Department of Justice..
U.S. attorney general asked for protesters to be pushed back: Washington PostU.S. Attorney General William Barr asked for protesters to be pushed back from Washington's Lafayette Square on Monday after finding a previous decision to widen the security perimeter around the White..
U.S. Justice Dept. deploys its police agencies in Washington to quell riotingThe U.S. Justice Department has deployed it law enforcement components to maximize the federal security presence in Washington in a bid to quell violent protests, a department spokeswoman said on..
Judge Asks Court Not to ‘Short Circuit’ His Review of Flynn CaseA lawyer for the trial judge told an appeals court why he wanted to examine the Justice Department’s “unusual” request to dismiss the charge.
Former Chinese official extradited to U.S. on money laundering, fraud charges: DOJA former Chinese official and fugitive has been extradited from Sweden to Los Angeles to face charges of money laundering and immigration fraud, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) said on Monday.
AG Barr deploying federal riot teams to DC, Miami to quell unrest, DOJ official saysA weekend of rioting in the nation's capital left deep scars in the shadow of the White House. The federal prison riot team arrived in Miami Sunday.
'An enormous red flag': After George Floyd's death, some call for a broader federal investigationThe Justice Department under the Trump administration has significantly scaled back its investigation of police agencies.