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Drug-Testing Company Used in Child Custody Cases Investigated for Fraud
The DOJ investigated Averhealth, emails reviewed by VICE News show, after the company’s ex-lab director testified up to 30 percent of its results in Michigan were wrong.
Iranian Hackers Used Victims’ Printers to Issue Ransom Demands, DOJ Says
Prosecutors have identified three Iranian nationals and accused them of being behind a series of ransomware attacks in the U.S., and around the world.
Cops Surveilled Breonna Taylor’s Home and Knew Her Boyfriend Could Be There
Information from surveillance of Breonna Taylor’s apartment raises questions about why Louisville police conducted the raid that killed her.
Trump Allegedly Tried to Have Democrats Prosecuted While President
In a new book, the former U.S. Attorney in Manhattan says Trump’s Justice Department “kept demanding that I use my office to aid them politically.”
Former Coinbase Manager Arrested by Feds for Alleged Insider Trading
The Department of Justice is accusing three people of a scheme that netted around $1.5 million.
He Pushed for Democracy in China for Decades. Now He’s Accused of Spying for China.
A veteran Chinese pro-democracy activist based in New York is accused of snitching on his peers for the Chinese government.
Migrant Woman Says She Was Repeatedly Raped in ‘Modern-Day’ Slavery Ring in Georgia
Three men pleaded guilty as part of Operation Blooming Onion, a massive federal investigation into forced labor in Georgia.
The Ex-President of Honduras Who Wanted to ‘Shove Drugs Up the Noses of Gringos’ Could Face Justice in the US
A Honduran judged authorized the extradition of former President Juan Orlando Hernández to the U.S.
A Women’s Prison Nurse Sexually Assaulted 12 Incarcerated Women, DOJ Says
The ex-nurse had already been investigated by Oregon authorities over allegations of sexual misconduct.
Trump and Giuliani Reportedly Wanted Homeland Security to Seize Voting Machines
New reporting indicates that Trump explored any and all means available to defy the will of the voters and prevent the transfer of power.
El Chapo’s Wife Emma Coronel Was Sentenced to 3 Years in Prison
Emma Coronel Aispuro, El Chapo’s current wife, was just sentenced to three years in a U.S. prison—more than a decade less than she could have received.
Workers Held at Gunpoint in Modern-Day Slavery Operation in Georgia, Feds Allege
Migrant laborers were allegedly forced to dig onions with their bare hands for pennies per bucket as supervisors threatened them with a gun.