Republicans spent the nearly six-hour-long hearing interrogating Attorney General Merrick Garland over the agency's investigations into Hunter Biden and former President Donald Trump.
Hunter Biden claims the IRS unlawfully released his confidential tax return information. Among other things, Biden is seeking $1,000 for each unauthorized disclosure and attorneys fees.
The judge overseeing a criminal case against former President Donald Trump for interfering with the 2020 presidential election has set a trial date of March 4, 2024.
The agency says SpaceX often said in its marketing materials for open jobs they couldn't hire U.S. citizens because of export control laws. But asylees and refugees are protected under those laws.
The suggested April 2026 date is a counterproposal to the Justice Department's recommendation last week that the trial should begin Jan. 2, 2024.
David Weiss, a Trump appointee as U.S. attorney who was retained during the Biden administration, has been investigating Hunter Biden since 2019.
Kristen Clarke of the Justice Department said the Mississippi officers "caused harm to the entire community who feel that they can't trust the police officers who are supposed to serve them."
The two U.S. sailors, both based in California, were charged with similar moves to provide sensitive intelligence to the Chinese.
Despite prosecutors listing six of his alleged co-conspirators, Donald Trump will be standing alone in Washington, D.C.'s federal courthouse in his first court appearance since being indicted Tuesday.
U.S. District Judge Jon Tigar blocked a similar policy during the Trump administration, and immigrant advocates had urged him to do the same in this case.
New guidelines from the FTC and Justice Department are part of a broader push to promote competition and limit what the White House sees as excessive consolidation.
The move reverses course on one of the Justice Department's most controversial decisions during the early stretch of the Biden administration.
The disgraced financier who was jailed for sex trafficking charges, killed himself at New York's Metropolitan Correctional Center in August 2019. He died before standing trial.
The president's son agreed to plead guilty to two misdemeanor tax offenses. He's also charged with a felony firearm offense, for which he agreed to enter a pretrial diversion agreement.
The Justice Department, city and police will begin negotiations to set the terms of a consent decree, which will bring federal oversight to police