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US prosecutors accused two Chinese nationals of a ten year long hacking campaign targeting several companies, organizations, and government agencies all over the world.
A wave of investigations unleashed by Attorney General Bill Barr last year cost companies millions, torpedoed deals, and scared off investors.
A DOJ whistleblower says that because of Barr's personal antipathy toward cannabis, the department is using unnecessary antitrust investigations to harass legal weed companies.
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.
The former national security adviser is "likely" to lose his courtroom showdown with the Trump administration, which is suing to claw back earnings from his new White House memoir.
Bolton says the Ukraine affair, which prompted Trump’s impeachment, was just the tip of the iceberg.
One national guardsman was so appalled by what he saw, he told VICE News he's going AWOL and refusing to join his unit.
He deployed a prison unit specifically trained to deal with riots — the same group used during the unrest caused by Rodney King’s beating in LA in 1992.
The move follows a months-long campaign by Flynn and his new legal team to undo his original guilty plea, which he personally confirmed two more times in court.
“Such behavior is despicable, and it is illegal,” Attorney General Bill Barr reportedly wrote in a memo.
Coronavirus is spreading across the Bureau of Prisons, already killing one inmate in Louisiana and threatening to overwhelm local hospitals.
A Department of Justice memo reportedly calls coronavirus a "biological agent" and says deliberately transmitting it could be an act of terrorism.