Investigations have found that Trump supporters have sent more than 850 threatening messages to U.S. election officials since 2020.
"Many more resources have been devoted to enforcement but far fewer to the immigration courts," Judge Mimi Tsankov told Newsweek.
The Department of Justice criticized Portland, Oregon, officials for not disclosing the existence of the offensive meme when they first learned about it.
"Our country depends on competition to drive progress, innovation and prosperity," Jonathan Kanter of the Justice Department's Antitrust Division said.
"There is no excuse that can justify the DOJ's silence," the group's open letter read. "This is not a select group of bad apples within KCKPD."
Clifford Meteer likened Ashli Babbitt's death on January 6 to a "murder" in the Capitol and said it was a patriot's duty to "rattle the cage."
The Donald Trump ally used members of the far-right militia as security on January 6, but he has not been accused of any crime in connection to the Capitol attack.
The settlement stated that Amtrak will "take steps" to make stations across the country more accessible.
Pierre Girgis was accused of working as a foreign agent for the Egyptian government, obtaining information about opponents of Egypt's president.
Among those arrests included over 10,000 sex offenders, 6,000 gang members and 6,000 murder suspects.
"Nano silver" has been touted by figures like Alex Jones as a treatment or cure for a host of ailments despite no evidence that it's safe or effective.
Attorney General Merrick Garland called the crime "an assault on fundamental principles of our nation."
"This settlement represents an important down payment to address impacts from the longest-running oil spill in U.S. history," an official said.
"The Portland rioters' conduct, while obviously serious, did not target a proceeding prescribed by the Constitution," the judge wrote.
Prosecutors said that Hershel Ratliff groomed teenagers to "engage in various sex acts with him and his friends for money, alcohol, or drugs."
James R. Stote and Phillip J. Augustin allegedly submitted at least 79 fraudulent PPP loan applications, according to the DOJ.
Caldwell reportedly referred to the insurrection as "a great time" in electronic messages, the DOJ said.
The man "attempted to provide classified national defense information to the Russian government," according to the DOJ.
Griffin, 44, faces a minimum sentence of 10 years in prison up to life behind bars for each count, according to the Department of Justice.
The DoJ believes it can wrap up proceedings against Bannon in a day in April, but the defense team argues more time is needed to prepare for the contempt case.
"This defendant has attacked at least four people because they are Black," a DOJ attorney said.
A Cuomo spokesman said the Justice Department's Civil Division is looking into the sexual harassment allegations against the former New York governor.
Clark becomes the second former Trump ally to be referred for criminal contempt.
The man pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to engage in a racketeer-influenced corrupt organization.
The 32-year-old woman had been named as a co-conspirator in the Sinaloa Cartel and also faces a violation of the Foreign Narcotics Kingpin Designation Act.
Jeffrey Clark is now the second former Trump official to face contempt proceedings from the 1/6 panel.
The man also purchased a Ford F-350 truck and a Rolex watch after laundering over $1.6 million in COVID-19 relief funds.
The Broadway actor and Michael Jackson impersonator allegedly joined the Oath Keepers during the Capitol riot on January 6.
The Justice Department said it has handed over 65 documents per Bannon's defense team's request, while also accusing them of "frivolous" legal complaints.
The United States lawsuit against Alabama claimed the state's prison conditions are so bad they violate the constitution's ban on cruel and unusual punishment.