DOJ Drops Charges Against Former Mexican Defense Minister, Wants Mexico to Take Over Prosecution

Cienfuegos was arrested in October after flying into Los Angeles, and subsequently charged with taking bribes from the H-2 cartel,

Federal Judge Orders DOJ to Release Redacted Sections of Mueller Report before Election

The Mueller report sections in question must be released in full by November 2, a day before the general election,

Rand Paul Says Senate Panel Will Refer Report on Hunter Biden’s Foreign Dealings to DOJ for Criminal Investigation

“I think the only way to determine the actual legality of this is to have it referred to the Department

Barr Defends Right to Intervene in DOJ Investigations, Warns of Abuses by ‘Headhunter’ Prosecutors

“Because I am ultimately accountable for every decision the department makes, I have an obligation to ensure we make the

Grassley Demands Explanation from DOJ on Mueller Team’s Wiped Phones, Questions Whether It Was ‘Widespread Intentional Effort’

At least 27 cell phones belonging to members of Mueller’s team were wiped clean of data before the DOJ inspector

Steve Bannon indictment highlights loopholes in political spending transparency

Steve Bannon (Alex Wong/Getty Images) Federal prosecutors charged former White House strategist Steve Bannon and three others with fraud Thursday

Justice Department Finds Yale Admissions Illegally Discriminated Against Asian American and White Applicants

The department ordered Yale to immediately halt its use of race or national origin in its admissions process.

Federal Appeals Court Orders Judge Sullivan to Dismiss the Flynn Case

The majority rules that Sullivan was wrong in seeking to probe the DOJ’s motives for dropping the case.

DOJ Drops Insider Trading Probe Into Three Senators, Still Investigating Burr for Coronavirus Sell-Off

The Justice Department has dropped insider-trading investigations into three senators but remains focused on Senator Richard Burr.

DOJ Claims California’s Lockdown Shows ‘Unequal Treatment of Faith Communities’

Eric S. Dreiband wrote in a letter to Newsom that the state’s determination showed an “unequal treatment of faith communities.”

Jerry Nadler Says House Judiciary Will Hold Hearings on DOJ Decision to Drop Flynn Case

Last week, the DOJ moved to withdraw its case against Flynn, after an outside examination of the case yielded previously-undisclosed

China Telecom spending on foreign influence amid Trump admin crackdown

President Donald Trump and FCC Chair Ajit Pai (Tom Brenner/Getty Images) Chinese telecommunications operators poured hundreds of thousands of dollars

House Republicans to Probe Use of Chinese-Made Drones by U.S. Law Enforcement

U.S. intelligence agencies have warned that drones by Da Jiang Innovations could be used by the Chinese government to spy

Biden Named in List of Obama Officials Who Requested to ‘Unmask’ Flynn

The list, obtained by CBS News, shows that Biden’s office made its request to see Flynn’s identity on January 12,

AG Barr Says the DOJ May Take Legal Action against States if Lockdowns Are Deemed Excessive

President Trump has repeatedly clashed with state governors on reopening the economy, urging them to do so as soon as

Nadler and Schiff Call for Probe Into AG Barr’s Defense of Trump’s Atkinson Firing

In a Monday letter, the heads of the House Intelligence and House Judiciary committees accused Barr of violating Department of

Legal industry, DOJ employees give more to Biden than Trump

Attorney General Bill Barr talks with President Donald Trump. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images) As President Donald Trump grapples with

Why Wasn’t Andrew McCabe Charged?

The proof that he willfully deceived investigators appears strong, but the Justice Department likely felt there were too many obstacles

Graham, McConnell Back AG Barr Following Criticism of Trump Tweets

Senator Lindsey Graham on Thursday expressed “complete confidence” in Attorney General William Barr following an interview in which Barr complained

DOJ Is Investigating Comey’s Role in Leak of Classified Document during Clinton-Email Probe

Department of Justice prosecutors reportedly are investigating the possibility that former FBI director James Comey leaked a classified document supposedly