A North Carolina man was sentenced to life in prison on Tuesday for attempting to commit an act of mass terrorism in support of the Islamic State.
A Virginia man appeared in federal court on Thursday on charges of espionage for transmitting Top Secret and Secret documents to an agent of the People’s Republic of China.
A New York man was arrested Wednesday night at John F. Kennedy International Airport and charged with attempting to provide material support to the Islamic State, according to the Justice Department.
Two naturalized U.S. citizens have been arrested on charges related to activities on behalf of Hezbollah, a designated terrorist organization based in Lebanon.
The murder rate in America’s 30 largest cities rose by a total of 13.1 percent in 2016, according to a new preliminary study from the Brennan Center for Justice.
Relations between President Donald Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions have frayed enough that Sessions recently suggested he could resign, although the offer was not formal and he does not want to leave, according to a new report.
Senior attorneys at the Department of Justice who groped female employees and engaged in other acts of sexual harassment were rewarded with bonuses, according to a recent audit.
President Trump tweeted Monday morning that the temporary travel restrictions he wants to place on six Muslim-majority countries are indeed “a travel ban” and criticized the Department of Justice for submitting a “watered down” version of the executive order to the Supreme Court.
Supporters of the Trump administration’s proposed FY 2018 budget have characterized it as “tough on crime.”