The Justice Department says a former contractor with the National Security Agency stole at least 500 million pages of government records that included top-secret information concerning military operations.
The FBI has significantly scaled back its collection of Americans’ phone records since Edward Snowden exposed the government’s surveillance program in 2013, according to a new report.
Federal officials have indicted a Chinese businesswoman and Communist Party member on charges that she aided blacklisted North Korean companies in evading U.S. sanctions to help develop Pyongyang’s nuclear weapons program, according to the Justice Department.
The FBI released 189 documents late Friday afternoon from their investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server while she was secretary of state.
U.S. authorities have charged more than 110 people on federal counts related to the Islamic State terror group since 2013, according to the Justice Department.
House Republicans sent a letter to the Justice Department on Wednesday demanding the agency create a counsel to determine whether Clinton Foundation donors were provided special access to the State Department while Hillary Clinton was secretary of state.