The biggest antitrust trial in nearly 25 years kicks off on Tuesday as the Justice Department makes its case that Google is an illegal monopoly.
Special Counsel John Durham says the DOJ and FBI "failed to uphold their important mission of strict fidelity to the law" and in particular, relied on leads provided by Trump's political opponents.
The Department of Justice announced arrests in an international operation targeting fentanyl sales on the dark web that spanned the U.S., Europe and South America. Nearly 300 people were arrested.
As U.S. life expectancy falls, experts say incarceration has serious health impacts. The U.S. has one of the highest rates of people in prison or jail in the developed world.
The department announced it had reached a tentative settlement of $144.5 million, ending a legal back-and-forth that has lasted years.
The 20-some hours of video and audio footage were set to be released Wednesday alongside other documents from the city's investigation into the officers involved in the 29-year-old Black man's death.
The leaders of the Senate subcommittee that held a hearing into Ticketmaster last month shared evidence with the Justice Department and asked it to "continue examining" the company's conduct.
A 2021 ruling found that the government was mostly responsible for the mass shooting in Sutherland Springs, Texas. But the DOJ appealed that ruling this week, which critics say is a win for the NRA.
In a social media posting, Trump added that he encourages "the immediate release of those documents."
The DOJ argues that a restrictive new ban conflicts with a federal law that requires doctors to give pregnant women appropriate medical care, including abortion when necessary.
A federal judge in Texas last year declared the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program dead but left it intact while his order is appealed by the Justice Department and advocacy groups.
In its fifth hearing, the select committee investigating the insurrection will outline Trump's pressure on Department of Justice officials to overturn the 2020 election in his favor.
Delaware State University filed a complaint Wednesday to the Justice Department's Civil Rights Division calling for an external investigation of the traffic stop.
The federal government alleges Missouri's Second Amendment Preservation Act has endangered public safety by prohibiting local law enforcement from cooperating with federal agencies.
Kenneth Polite, head of the Criminal Division since July, wants to take the most dangerous people off the streets and spend more on preventing violence.