"While we all have the right to believe whatever we want," an FBI agent said, "when those views lead to violence, that's a different and dangerous story."
Floyd, a black man, died of asphyxiation after a white police officer kneeled on his neck. Floyd repeatedly said "I can't breathe" and his death sparked global protests over racial injustice and police brutality.
After a year of COVID, every American ought to have a newfound appreciation for the profound physical and psychological effects that extreme social isolation can have on a person.
Emma Coronel Aispuro was charged with conspiracy to illegally import and distribute cocaine, methamphetamine, heroin and marijuana.
"Am I right in assuming you do not view your role as attorney general as being Joe Biden's wingman?" Cruz asked Garland on Monday.
The judge of 24 years will call for "reaffirming the norms that will ensure the [DOJ's] adherence to the Rule of Law."
Andrew Lelling, who led the college admissions scandal prosecution, will step down at the end of February.
In a Tuesday statement, Capitol rioter Jake Angeli said he was "deeply disappointed" in former President Donald Trump.
Stephanie Winston Wolkoff said she has an "enormous trove of communications" that "tell the true story" about contracts.
Ethan Nordean, a Proud Boys leader also known as "Rufio Panman," is facing up to 32 years in prison for his alleged involvement in the January 6 U.S. Capitol insurrection.
She allegedy claimed the stem cell shot could be a potential cure to COVID-19, but the injection only contained amniotic fluid and had no stem cells in it.
Texas inmate William Lee Terrell, who has served more than half of a 19-year federal prison sentence for bank robbery, could soon find himself sentenced to an additional 20 years behind bars after being found guilty of assaulting a prison employee.
James McHenry was named the EOIR's acting chief in 2017, and was appointed permanent director the next year. He led a number of initiatives that many immigration advocates criticized, such attempting to limit asylum standards and urging immigration judges to close cases quickly.
"There is no place in public discourse for lies and misinformation to defraud citizens of their right to vote," the acting U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of New York said.
Ahmed Kosoko allegedly stole at least $6,000 in economic stimulus checks that had been sent through the mail.
President Joe Biden on Tuesday signed an executive order aimed at eliminating "profit-based incentives to incarcerate" prisoners by ending federal contracts with privately operated prisons.
Illicit online content continues to proliferate and has become increasingly violent and harmful to our nation's youth.
"These Trump supporters are gonna go to your house," the heckler said during Senator Chuck Schumer's press conference. "They're gonna go to [House Speaker Nancy] Pelosi's house."
How the last days of Trump's presidency is handled relative to Trump being removed from office or not is one thing, but he must be removed from the political stage permanently.
According to the Department of Justice, Thuy Tien Luong physically abused her victim by, among other things, "pouring acetone on her head."
Deutsche Bank will pay the Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission the fine for taking part in "a criminal scheme to conceal payments to so-called consultants worldwide who served as conduits for bribes to foreign officials."
The victim of former Michigan police officer Ryan McInerney's assault was left with "broken bones" and "lacerations requiring stitches."
The comedian lashed out at the FBI on Twitter, criticizing the organization's effort in identifying violent rioters and drawing a comparison to the scrutiny she received over that infamous 2017 photo featuring her holding a likeness of Donald Trump's severed head.
The OCIO "learned of previously unknown malicious activity linked to the global SolarWinds incident that has affected multiple federal agencies and technology contractors, among others. This activity access to the Department's Microsoft O365 email environment" said a Department Spokesperson.
Sonia Tabizada threatened a Catholic school over its perceived acceptance of same-sex couples in 2019, leaving a phone message with the school that "you guys are about to get terrorism."
In an op-ed, Douglas Kmiec said such a move would be unprecedented but was the "fastest way to re-establish the rule of law."
Arizona Representative Paul Gosar said Rick Renzi was "convicted by corrupt DOJ prosecutors who fabricated evidence."
In 2019, the attorney general said it "would be a crime" for a president to pardon someone in exchange for a promise of loyalty.
Disabled residents in Glenwood Resource Center in Iowa were subjected to poor medical care and harmful experiments.