Department of Justice

DOJ Charges Members of Chinese State-Sponsored Hacking Group

FILE PHOTO: A map of China is seen through a magnifying glass on a computer screen showing binary digits in SingaporeThe Department of Justice announced that it is bringing charges against a hacking group of five Chinese nationals—all of whom are currently in China—for their role in hacking over 100 companies in the United States and abroad, according to a Wednesday press release.

Inside the Justice Department’s Case Against Yale

Dispute over Ivy League discrimination will continue no matter who wins this November

The Justice Department's decision to threaten Yale University with a lawsuit over allegedly discriminatory admissions practices has raised questions about timing and politics, but those connected to the probe say they had little choice but to proceed when they did.

Sally Yates Savages Trump Travel Ban In DNC Speech

Sally Yates, an Obama holdover who served as acting attorney general in the early days of the Trump administration, denounced the president and heralded her refusal to defend his travel ban during Tuesday night remarks to the Democratic National Convention.

DOJ Dropping Criminal Case Against Ex-Trump Adviser Flynn

Former national security adviser Michael FlynnWASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Justice Department on Thursday abruptly sought to drop the criminal charges against President Donald Trump’s former national security adviser Michael Flynn, following mounting pressure from Trump’s political allies on the right.