The request comes almost a year after Teixeira was arrested and charged with the illegal retention and transmission of national defense information. He originally pleaded not guilty to the charges.
State-sponsored assassination plots on U.S. soil may sound like the stuff of movies, but the Department of Justice says it has foiled four such cases since 2022.
The watchdog's reporting comes in the wake of several high-profile deaths in federal lockups in recent years, most notably the murder James "Whitey" Bulger and the suicide of Jeffrey Epstein.
It paints a picture of FBI employees who repeatedly engaged in activities that violated Justice Department and FBI policies, and exposed them to possible extortion and blackmail.
The Justice Department has proposed changes to rules governing state-run programs that provide financial assistance to violent crime victims in order to address racial disparities and curb the number of subjective denials of compensation.
The FBI director says Chinese state-sponsored hackers targeting of U.S critical infrastructure — including water treatment plants, pipelines and the power to grid — poses a national security threat.
Vanita Gupta has been the first woman of color to serve as associate attorney general. It's a job with a huge portfolio that ranges from civil rights to immigration to abortion.
Charles Edward Littlejohn of Washington, D.C., gave data to The New York Times and ProPublica between 2018 and 2020 in leaks that appeared to be "unparalleled in the IRS's history," prosecutors said.
JetBlue, the nation's sixth-largest airline, sought to buy Spirit for $3.8 billion. The judge said "the consumers that rely on Spirit's unique, low-price model would likely be harmed."
The penalty settles charges against eBay more than three years after then-employees sent spiders and cockroaches, among other things, to a couple over their newsletter's coverage of the company.
Authorities said a man who was being held at the problem-plagued Fulton County Jail in Atlanta has died at a hospital after he was found unresponsive in his cell.
The special counsel prosecuting Donald Trump wants the Supreme Court to decide whether Trump enjoys absolute immunity from election interference charges.
The indictment, unsealed in the Eastern District of Virginia, marks the first time the U.S. has brought war crimes charges in connection with the Russian assault on Ukraine.
Prosecutors want to use evidence of former President Trump's baseless statements about election fraud and his embrace of rioters on Jan. 6, 2021, to bolster the election interference case against him.
According to the indictment, an Indian government employee recruited the defendant in May to orchestrate the plot, offering to secure the dismissal of a criminal case against him in India in return.