DOJ Sues Baltimore County Alleging Race Discrimination By Police Dept. In Entry-Level Police HiresThe Department of Justice announced Tuesday its filed an employment discrimination lawsuit against Baltimore County and the Baltimore County Police Department. 
Towson Man Pleads Guilty To Federal Charge Of Distribution Of Child PornographyA Towson man pled guilty to a federal charge of distribution of child pornography. 
Baltimore Group Ask Residents To 'Drop Off Drugs' To Combat Opioid CrisisBaltimore residents were able to come and drop off prescription drugs and opioids from their medicine cabinets.
DOJ Funds School Security, Criminal Record System InitiativesThese grants are added to the funding to the National Association of School Resource Officers, announced by Attorney General Sessions last week to expand and update their curriculum to support training programs.
FBI's Andrew McCabe Fired, Effective Immediately, Before He Could RetireFormer FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe has been fired, effective immediately the Department of Justice said late Friday night.
Justice Dept. Investigating Planned Parenthood's Use Of Fetal TissueThe Justice Department is looking into Planned Parenthood's practices related to human fetal tissue.
DOJ Investigating Md. Police Department After Claims Of Racial Discrimination Among OfficersThe Department of Justice is investigating the Prince George's County Police Department after several officers claimed they are treated unfairly because of their race.
DOJ Won't Bring Charges Against Officers In Freddie Gray CaseThe Department of Justice will not bring charges against the officers involved in the Freddie Gray case.
Chicago To File Federal Lawsuit Over Sanctuary Cities ThreatChicago will keep fighting President Donald Trump's immigration policies with a federal lawsuit alleging it's illegal for the federal government to withhold public safety grants from so-called sanctuary cities.
Feds Threaten To Cut Baltimore Crime-Fighting Aid If Police Don’t Cooperate With ICEBaltimore could use all the help it can get to control violent crime, but the federal Justice Department says it might hold back some of that help.
DOJ Appeals Judge's Travel Ban Ruling To Supreme CourtThe Trump administration is seeking to close a legal window opened for tens of thousands of refugees to enter the United States, appealing a federal judge's order directly to the Supreme Court.