In the lead-up to the 2020 elections, the United States is already laying the groundwork to boost its own counter-operations and detection methods in order to thwart a possible attack on the nationwide election systems, as well as social media efforts by rogue nations.
Federal prosecutors announced indictments against three men on Tuesday as part of a new initiative targeting convicted domestic abusers who illegally possess firearms.
The Department of Justice announced Monday that a vital component of the FIRST STEP Act would be designed under the direction of a right-of-center think tank, a move that may limit the breadth of individuals affected by it.
The Department of Justice took the view Monday that the Affordable Care Act was unconstitutional.
In a short letter to a court considering the question, attorneys for the DOJ supported a lower court ruling that invalidated the ACA, President Obama’s landmark healthcare law.
Democratic representative Jamie Raskin (Md.), who last week suggested political impropriety was behind the Justice Department’s opinion that internet gambling is illegal, has taken thousands of dollars from lobbyists representing online gaming interests.
In rare public remarks, Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker spoke at an event celebrating religious freedom Wednesday.