Jae H. Choi was indicted on Tuesday for bank fraud, false statements on a loan application, aggravated identity theft and money laundering.
"ALERT: So now we find out that the entire Mueller 'hit squad' illegally wiped their phones clean...just like Crooked Hillary smashing her phones with a hammer, & DELETING HER EMAILS!" Trump tweeted.
"The film routinely fetishizes and sexualizes these pre-adolescent girls as they perform dances simulating sexual conduct in revealing clothing," Sen. Cruz wrote in a letter to Attorney General Barr.
The U.S. Department of Justice on Tuesday asked to replace President Donald Trump's personal lawyers with government attorneys in the defamation lawsuit by E. Jean Carroll.
"The fact that many of the victims were elderly and vulnerable makes the defendants' conduct particularly egregious," said Inspector in Charge Philip R. Bartlett.
One forum user reported earning $4,000 from the DOJ by providing a link to a Connecticut database of voter information.
"The defendants provided aid and comfort to an individual who is accused of murdering his own daughters," said FBI Dallas Special Agent in Charge of the Dallas Field Division Matthew DeSarno.
"Federal authorities are committed to investigating this matter as thoroughly and efficiently as possible," the Department of Justice said in a news release confirming that a federal civil rights investigation had been launched.
David Redfern of Trinity, North Carolina, was identified as the alleged fraudster in a criminal complaint that the Department of Justice unsealed on Tuesday. The DOJ said that most of the money was recovered.
Kevin Clinesmith, who worked as a lawyer with the FBI for four years, is the first person to be charged in the Justice Department's review of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's 2017 investigation.
Barr made the comments while speaking at a press conference in Kansas City meant to provide an update for Operation Legend, the Department of Justice-led initiative launched in early July.
Murat Cakar, an Islamic State facilitator, has been accused by the Justice Department of operating a coronavirus-related scam that funded the militant group.
U.S. Attorneys unsealed the indictments of three Nigerian nationals they say stole personal information and IRS W-2 forms as part of a scheme to fraudulently obtain income tax refunds.
Whistleblowers worry that the group was chosen for its religious leanings and that more qualified groups were snubbed for funding.
The president's view that the law is itself morally wrong and should not apply to him is not just a business strategy. It reflects a judgment of right and wrong. And it applies to every area of government.
The directive for officers not to use tear gas which is set to go into effect on Saturday, July 25, but the DOJ says it violates a 2012 federal agreement with Seattle police.
The 18 Portland demonstrators were arrested for alleged criminal conduct, including failing to comply with a lawful order and assaulting a federal officer.
Wall of Moms Twitter accounts have popped up for at least 22 other cities and states, suggesting the power of the Oregon-based movement's ability to inspire grass-roots organizing.
"The Administration's insistence on deploying these forces ... [has] little to do with public safety, but more to do with political gamesmanship," the chairpersons stated.
The U.S. Court of Appeals in San Francisco said the Trump administration cannot withhold grant money from California's sanctuary cities, however.
Roger Stone, former adviser to President Donald Trump, said on Monday that during the trial process "you find out who your real friends are and who the people are who never really were your friends."
Julie Wheeler, 43, of Beckley, West Virginia, will spend 42 months in federal prison and pay restitution of $289,055.07, according to a statement released Tuesday by the U.S. Department of Justice.
"We are deeply disappointed that the government has chosen to indict Jason Williams simply for following the advice of his tax preparer," said Williams' attorney Billy Gibbens in a Friday statement.
"Geoffrey Berman was interim," Attorney General William Barr said Thursday. "He was appointed by the court as a temporary U.S. attorney holding the fort."
"I am exempt from any ordinance requiring face mask usage in public," read the cards which the Department of Justice has not issued, despite the presence of the DOJ seal.
The federal appeals court ordered a lower court judge to immediately dismiss the criminal case against Michael Flynn.
Trump's former national security adviser pleaded guilty twice to lying to federal prosecutors about his communications with Russia.
"I don't think these are records that are supposed to be kept and many other people followed the same pattern," former National Security Adviser John Bolton said Tuesday.