The Department of Justice claims Trump's denials occurred as part of his official duties as president, meaning he could be defended by government lawyers—and, by extension, with taxpayer money.
It's an escalation of the Trump administration's war on cities run by Democrats that have seen huge protests against police brutality this year.
The Department of Justice found that Yale University violated federal civil rights law and ordered it to change its admissions process. Yale denies the allegations.
US prosecutors accused two Chinese nationals of a ten-year-long hacking campaign targeting several companies, organizations, and government agencies all over the world.
Attorney General Bill Barr is targeting protesters with harsh, federal prosecutions for civil disturbances that potentially carry decades in prison.
A Trump-appointed judge just decided, after a request from the DOJ, that his criminal case must be dropped.
Aaron Zelinsky, a former member of Robert Mueller's team, will testify that DOJ prosecutors in the Roger Stone case were “afraid” of President Trump.
One National Guard member was so appalled that he told VICE News he's going AWOL and refusing to join his unit.
Maybe Don't Post Photos of Your Aston Martin on Instagram If You're Allegedly Stealing Millions From Medicaid?
Timothy Harron and his wife, Latisha, were arrested in Las Vegas and charged with stealing $13 million from North Carolina’s healthcare program.
New York’s ‘Mask Man’ Allegedly Said He Felt ‘Like a Drug Dealer’ Selling N95s at Huge Markups. The Feds Just Arrested Him.
He charged as much as $25 for masks that typically cost $1.27 a pop, according to the complaint.