Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley is calling on the Justice Department to lift any gag order on a former FBI agent informant barring him from speaking to Congress about a Russian bribery scheme and its links to an Obama-era decision to approve a Moscow takeover of a U.S. uranium mine.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions declined to confirm or deny whether or not the Justice Department is investigating if Russian payments to the Clintons improperly influenced a decision by the Obama administration to approve a Russian takeover of a U.S. uranium mine.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein announced indictments of two Chinese nationals and their North American counterparts on Tuesday, charging them with conspiracy to distribute fentanyl and fentanyl analogs in the United States.
Employees who work at federal government agencies are continuing their trend of overwhelmingly donating to Democrats for the 2018 election cycle, records show.
The Department of Justice announced Friday that it will give $58.8 million in grants to address the nationwide opioid epidemic and strengthen drug court programs.
PHILADELPHIA—Nobody, as far as I know, gets off from work to observe Constitution Day. It’s yet to be honored with a “doodle” from Google, which both this year and the last marked Constitution Day with separate graphics honoring Honduran Teachers’ Day.
CitiFinancial Credit Co. has agreed to pay a $907,000 settlement to resolve allegations that it illegally repossessed cars belonging to active duty service members, the Department of Justice announced Monday.
The Department of Justice asked the Supreme Court Monday to stay parts of a lower court’s ruling which placed substantial restrictions on the administration’s travel ban.