"New Yorkers deserve answers and accountability," the New York Republican said.
In July 2020, hackers took over the accounts of notable figures such as Joe Biden, Barack Obama, Elon Musk, Bill Gates and Jeff Bezos.
"When towing companies ignore their legal obligations under the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act, it can have serious financial consequences," said the DOJ.
Merrick Garland's new policy follows through on his June promise that the Department of Justice would end the act of seizing reporters' records.
The two men allegedly wanted to start a movement to overthrow the federal government.
He had organized his videos and images into folders named after the underage girls.
She claimed that her "homeoprophylaxis immunization pellets" would make people immune to COVID-19 for life.
Nassar, the former USA Gymnastics doctor, in 2018 was sentenced up to 175 years for sexual assault.
The Iranian journalist, and author of the memoir "The Wind in My Hair: My Fight for Freedom in Modern Iran," is an outspoken critic of the Iranian government.
Curzio pleaded guilty to one count of parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building and will be released with time served.
The company claimed that its gowns provided the highest level of protection against infectious diseases in high-risk medical settings. But the claim was false.
Attorney General Merrick Garland said that "serious concerns have been raised about the continued use of the death penalty across the country" on Thursday.
"The PEOPLE of Georgia should SUE the State, and their elected officials, for running a CORRUPT AND RIGGED 2020 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION," Trump wrote.
The Justice Department is suing Georgia over one of the state's voting laws that allowed the GOP legislature greater influence.
Democrats on the House Oversight Committee released a 232-page document that details how Trump and his allies tried to pressure the Department of Justice into investigating unproven election fraud claims.
U.S. law enforcement requested information from more than 18,000 Apple accounts in the first half of 2020, nearly seven times higher than the same time period in 2015.
The lack of such a law complicates attempts to keep track of domestic terrorism and prosecute offenders.
John Demers, the Justice Departments top NSA official, will leave his position by the end of next week after it was revealed the department seized records from Democrats and members of the media. He will be replaced by Mark Lesko, acting U.S. attorney in New York's Eastern District.
"Nixon didn't have that kind of Department of Justice," John Dean said on Friday. "Nixon couldn't use the department as he wanted to."
"There are many things that are open to debate in America, but the right of all eligible citizens to vote is not one of them," said Attorney General Merrick Garland.
The House speaker accused Donald Trump of weaponizing law enforcement against his political opponents.
The California Democrat said the attorney general needs to make sure there is "accountability" for those involved.
"Undermining the FDA drug approval process puts consumers at risk, especially when those drugs contain ingredients that can cause harm," an FDA lawyer said.
The Department of Justice is seeking to substitute itself for former President Donald Trump as the defendant in a defamation case.
The government's lawyers said responding to misconduct allegations is part of the president's job, and since he responded while he was still president, he should not be held accountable. The defendant in the lawsuit would be the United States and not Trump.
E. Jean Carroll wants to sue Trump for allegedly defaming her while he denied an allegation of sexual assault.
"Today, we turned the tables on DarkSide," Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco said.
Federal authorities in recent weeks have subpoenaed DeJoy and interviewed current and former employees of DeJoy and his business, The Washington Post reported.
Christopher M. Kelly's case dismissal was announced Wednesday, coinciding with a guilty plea by a Florida man who carried a Trump 2020 flag into the Capitol during the January 6 riot.
"Organized dogfighting—whether on a professional, hobbyist or street fighter level—has no place in our society," said Jean E. Williams, acting assistant attorney general for the Department of Justice's Environment and Natural Resources Division.