Senate Judiciary Committee chairman Chuck Grassley (R., Iowa) sent a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions and FBI Director Chris Wray on Friday, requesting an investigation into false statements and obstruction allegedly carried out in an attempt to stall Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation.
The Department of Justice announced a new $8.7 million grant to provide active shooter training to emergency personnel across the country on Thursday.
In the wake of the deadliest anti-semitic attack in U.S. history, the Department of Justice released an update Monday on its ongoing efforts to combat hate crimes.
A majority of Americans continue to support capital punishment, a new poll from Gallup shows, continuing the status quo since the death penalty was reestablished as constitutional in 1976.
The Department of Justice announced Saturday a second and final conviction in the murder of Kedarie Johnson, a gender-fluid-identified teen whose death rocked the small town of Burlington, Iowa.
The Department of Justice announced Tuesday that a former National Security Agency employee had been sentenced to five and a half years in prison for the “willful retention of classified national defense information.”
Attorney General Jeff Sessions reaffirmed the Trump administration’s commitment to protecting and advancing First Amendment freedoms on college campuses during a free speech in higher education forum at the Department of Justice on Monday.
The Department of Justice announced Thursday that it had filed a statement of interest in support of a group of students and parents suing Harvard University for alleged discrimination against Asian-American applicants.
Two Chinese nationals masterminded fentanyl trafficking that killed at least two Ohioans and are now facing indictment, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced Wednesday.