Delta Air Lines has agreed to pay $10.5 million to settle charges it falsified information about deliveries of international mail, including mail sent to U.S. soldiers overseas.
A 34-year-old man was charged with one count of wire fraud after being accused of filing a fraudulent loan application in 2020.
The deputy attorney general told Congress last year that prosecutors would review new evidence about FBI failures in the investigation of Larry Nassar.
Federal regulators accuse the company of violating a 2011 agreement over the treatment of users' personal data, including phone numbers and email addresses.
The bill creates offices at DOJ, DHS, and the FBI to track domestic terror threats. GOP lawmakers argue it could allow federal officials to ensnare parents, a charge DOJ rejects.
The House voted to hold former Trump White House advisers Dan Scavino Jr. and Peter Navarro in contempt of Congress and refer the matter to the Justice Department for possible prosecution
"Today marks our taskforce's first seizure of an asset belonging to a sanctioned individual with close ties to the Russian regime. It will not be the last," said Attorney General Merrick Garland.
The Justice Department is directing prosecutors to stop limiting peoples' rights to seek compassionate release from prison in plea deals, a practice that advocates called cruel.
Recent legal moves by the House select committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the Capitol offer some clues on how it's following the money.
As Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis continues her investigation into former President Donald Trump’s attempted interference in the 2020 election, she’s been authorized to empanel a special grand jury. The Georgia Today podcast looks at the latest with Willis’ investigation and what to expect over the coming year.
FBI Director Christopher Wray said the bureau is opening new cases to counter Chinese intelligence operations every 12 hours or so.
The announcement was made Tuesday by Matthew Olsen, the head of the department's National Security Division, and comes as the nation faces a constellation of extremist threats on the home front.
Advocates who want big changes to the criminal justice system are pressing the Biden administration. They want him to grant clemency for a few thousand people and make key personnel decisions.
As millions of Americans hit the skies for Thanksgiving Day travel, the Justice Department announced they are cracking down on criminal behavior of airline passengers.
Attorney General Merrick Garland told lawmakers he's working to keep the Justice Department out of politics after four years of chaos during the Trump presidency.