Justice Department Watchdog Opens Probe Into U.S. Capitol Riot ResponseThe Justice Department's internal watchdog said Friday that it will investigate how the department and its law enforcement agencies prepared for and responded to last week's riots at the U.S. Capitol.
Maryland Judge Allows Challenge To Terrorist Watchlist To Move AheadA federal judge in Maryland is allowing dozens of Muslim plaintiffs to move ahead with a lawsuit against Attorney General William Barr and other federal officials challenging the constitutionality of the government's watchlist of people identified as “known or suspected terrorists.”
Fmr. Deputy AG Rosenstein Speaks At Md. State Bar Association SummitFormer United States Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is speaking at the Maryland State Bar Association's legal summit and annual meeting in Ocean City.
Justice Department Proposes Banning Rapid-Fire Bump StocksThe Trump administration said Saturday it has taken the first step in the regulatory process to ban bump stocks.
Lawmakers Ask FTC, DOJ, SEC To Investigate Equifax Data BreachMore than 143 million American may have been impacted by the Equifax data breach, which is considered the largest security breach ever.
Justice Department Gives Up Washington Redskins Name FightThe Justice Department is giving up the legal fight over the name of the Washington Redskins.
AP Sources: Justice Will Not Charge Baton Rouge OfficersThe U.S. Justice Department has decided not to charge two white Baton Rouge police officers in the death of a black man whose fatal shooting was captured on cellphone video, fueling protests in Louisiana's capital and beyond, The Associated Press has learned.
Sessions Denies Meetings To Discuss CampaignThe Justice Department is accusing Attorney General Jeff Sessions of having conversations with the Russian Ambassador to the United States during the Presidential campaign.
Maryland NSA Contractor Accused of Taking Classified InformationA federal government contractor has been accused of stealing highly classified information.
Justice Department Announces $20M for Police Body Cameras The Justice Department is awarding more than $20 million for local law enforcement agencies across the country to buy body cameras for officers in the wake of fatal shootings of black men by police that have led to protests and demonstrations.
State Department Reopens Probe Into Hillary Clinton EmailsThe State Department is reopening an internal investigation of possible mishandling of classified information by Hillary Clinton and top aides.
North Carolina Governor Leads Lawsuit Over LGBT RightsNorth Carolina filed a lawsuit Monday against the federal government in a fight for a state law that limits protections for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.
Justice Department Launches Investigation Of Baltimore PoliceThe Department of Justice will investigate the practices of the Baltimore Police Department following the death of Freddie Gray.
Widespread Support For DOJ Investigation Of Baltimore PoliceThe new U.S. attorney general launches a pattern or practice investigation into the methods of the Baltimore Police Department. The decision comes weeks after the death of 25-year-old Freddie Gray.
AG Lynch Expected To Open Baltimore Rights Probe FridayThe Justice Department is preparing to announce a civil rights investigation into the Baltimore Police Department.