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Department of Justice
2 Chinese Nationals Charged With Bribing Foreign Officials
Two former business executives of a multi-level marketing subsidiary have been charged by the Department of Justice for bribing the Chinese government and then giving false sworn testimony to U.S. regulators in ...
November 14, 2019
Two Men Accused of Spying for Iranian Regime Plead Guilty
Two Iranian men have pleaded guilty to charges stemming from surveillance activities on behalf of the Iranian regime, ...
November 6, 2019
DOJ Launches New Task Force to Combat Antitrust Schemes in Government Procurement
The Department of Justice (DOJ) announced on Nov. 5 that they have launched a new task force that ...
November 5, 2019
DOJ: House Democrats’ Subpoenas ‘Legally Invalid’ If Witnesses Can’t Have Attorneys With Them
The Department of Justice considers subpoenas issued by House Democrats as part of the impeachment inquiry into President ...
November 5, 2019
Durham Was More Than Ready for This Job
Commentary On May 13, it was announced that Attorney General William Barr had assigned U.S. Attorney John Durham ...
October 31, 2019
Court Temporarily Blocks Release of Mueller Grand Jury Materials
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit issued an emergency stay of the release of grand ...
October 30, 2019
Kimberley Strassel on How the Anti-Trump ‘Resistance’ Erodes US Institutions
The anti-Trump “Resistance” has devastated core American institutions and broken longstanding political norms in seeking to defeat and ...
October 23, 2019
Chinese National Sentenced for Scheme to Export Military, Space Technology to China
A Chinese national was sentenced to 40 months in prison after pleading guilty to conspiracy to export military ...
October 19, 2019
Justice Department Prosecutes Most Immigration-Related Crimes in 25 Years
WASHINGTON—Department of Justice (DOJ) officials announced Friday that in Fiscal Year 2019 U.S. Attorneys across the country prosecuted ...
October 18, 2019
The Impeachment Theater Won’t Stop The Spygate Fallout
Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz finished his almost 2-year-long investigation into alleged abuse of the Foreign ...
October 2, 2019
Former US Intelligence Officer Sentenced to 10 Years for Attempting to Spy for China
A former Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) officer was sentenced to 10 years for attempted espionage on behalf of ...
September 25, 2019
The Truth About the Rosenstein ‘Wiretap’ Allegation
Newly released emails by the Department of Justice (DOJ) reveal details about the internal response by the agency ...
September 10, 2019
Lawmakers Call for Congressional Investigations After Jeffrey Epstein’s Death
U.S. Congress members are demanding answers after wealthy financier Jeffrey Epstein was found dead in his jail cell ...
August 10, 2019
Is Comey Entirely in the Clear?
Commentary On Aug. 1, the Department of Justice (DOJ) indicated that it wasn't going to prosecute former FBI ...
August 2, 2019
Mueller Claims Collusion and Conspiracy Are Not Synonymous—Contradicting His Own Report
Former special counsel Robert Mueller claimed that collusion and conspiracy were not synonymous before reading the report he ...
July 24, 2019
First Step Act: Thousands of Inmates Released
The Department of Justice announced that over three thousand inmates will be released on July 19. "And starting ...
July 20, 2019
Trump Administration Wins Sanctuary Cities Case in Appeals Court
The Department of Justice under the Trump administration secured a victory in a federal appeals court on a ...
July 13, 2019
Mimi Nguyen Ly
10 Investigations Launched Into FBI
The government watchdog tasked with oversight of the FBI has initiated 10 new investigations of the bureau since ...
June 10, 2019
Journalism or Espionage? Why Assange Is Both a Danger and a Hero
Commentary What good is the goose, when the goose giveth and the law taketh away? The issue of ...
June 7, 2019
As Rosenstein Departs, the Battlefield Is Now Ready
The Department of Justice on May 9 held a going-away ceremony for Rod Rosenstein, who is leaving after ...
May 15, 2019
US Prosecutors Says Conflict of Interest Disqualifies Huawei Lawyer in Meng Wanzhou Case
Huawei Technologies Co. lawyer James Cole's prior work at the U.S. Department of Justice created conflicts of interest that ...
May 12, 2019
As Rosenstein Leaves DOJ, How Will History Judge Him?
News Analysis Outgoing Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein has evoked strong opinions across the political spectrum during his ...
May 9, 2019
Dana Boente’s Many Critical Positions Within the Trump Administration
FBI General Counsel Dana Boente has proven to be a key player in the Trump administration. Few, however, ...
April 23, 2019
Watchdog Sues Justice Department for FBI Contacts With Democratic Law Firm
WASHINGTON—Nonprofit government watchdog Judicial Watch is suing the Department of Justice (DOJ) for all communications between a former ...
April 17, 2019
Wisconsin Man Convicted of Sex Trafficking on Backpage
A man from Madison, Wisconsin, was found guilty by a federal jury—after a five-day trial—of seven counts of ...
April 16, 2019
Clinton Contractor Described ‘Cover-up Operation Work Ticket’ in Newly Uncovered Email
A newly obtained internal message from the Denver-based Platte River Networks firm that serviced the personal email system ...
April 8, 2019
Let Me Count McCabe’s Lies
With apologies to Elizabeth Barrett Browning: How does former FBI official Andrew McCabe lie to thee? Let me ...
February 19, 2019
Christopher C. Hull
Schiff Claims Trump Intimidated Impeachment Witness, White House Responds
Ex-Trump Aide Roger Stone Convicted of Lying to Congress, Witness Tampering
Senate Confirms Trump Nominee Steven Menashi to 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals
Isabel van Brugen
Trump’s Call Transcript Appears to Refute Statement from Yovanovitch’s Private Deposition
Southern Border Apprehensions Fall for 5th Straight Month
Sen. Ron Johnson Opens Door to Subpoenaing Whistleblower, Schiff, Bidens
Yovanovitch Testifies She Has No Firsthand Knowledge of Ukraine Aid