The judge of 24 years will call for "reaffirming the norms that will ensure the [DOJ's] adherence to the Rule of Law."
One of the defendants is a North Korean operative who was charged in the 2018 Sony Pictures hack.
Over 100 phones were allegedly sent to Rosanna Lucrecia Cruel Blanco as part of an insurance scam, according to the Department of Justice.
The Justice Department backed DeVos, calling demands that she testify "extraordinary, unnecessary, and unsupported."
Stephanie Winston Wolkoff said she has an "enormous trove of communications" that "tell the true story" about contracts.
The 40-year-old mother of eight children could be seen breaking windows and using a bullhorn to instruct the violent mob where to go during the January 6 Capitol riot.
In October 2018, Rachel Manna shared the information with people on Facebook, who then posted the info on a page designed to reveal the identities of "snitches" in the Des Moines area.
"Thanks for joining me to DC to stand up for America," Jason Hyland allegedly texted to a group of people before the January riot. "This will be historic—no matter the outcome."
Henry McInnis, who had no previous medical experience, told patients with long-term terminal illnesses that they had less than six months to live in order to enroll them in his company's hospice services.
As creator and administrator of online groups connected with child pornography, Walker encouraged members of those groups to distribute the explicit images.
Garret Miller told a social media commenter during the Capitol riot that he and others had "stormed" the Capitol building.
"We f*ckin' disarm them, and then we storm f*ckin the Capitol," Scott Fairlamb allegedly said in a video purportedly showing Fairlamb on the Capitol ground during a riot in January.
Former firefighter Thomas Fee allegedly sent visual proof of his participation in the January riot at the Capitol to an agent with the Joint Terrorism Task Force.
President-elect Joe Biden's Department of Justice should identify and rescind every Trump-era immigration policy motivated by discriminatory intent.
Two California OB/GYNs allegedly refused to provide routine care to an HIV-positive woman, according to lawsuits filed Thursday by the U.S. Department of Justice.
In a series of tweets Saturday, the president attacked a variety of people and departments for not backing his voter fraud claims.
President Trump's longtime friend said he would file a $25 million lawsuit alleging prosecutorial misconduct.
Pharmacy owners Peter Khaim and Arkadiy Khamov used emergency medical billing codes to obtain roughly $30 million from Medicare, the indictment alleged.
The company promised testing kits that could detect COVID-19 from a blood sample. According to court documents, the test never existed.
The Trump administration is set to continue a spree of federal executions by putting Brandon Bernard to death on Thursday.
According to the Department of Justice, the officers "punched, kneed, and kicked the inmate in the face, head, and body dozens of times."
Attorney General William Barr told AP that Durham's investigation has "narrowed considerably" since it started in 2019 and now "really is focused on the activities of the Crossfire Hurricane investigation within the FBI."
"The @FBI did not rig the election," tweeted Ilinois Republican Congressman Adam Kinzinger on Sunday in response to President Donald Trump's implications that members of his own administration could be connected to alleged electoral fraud.
The President-elect on Tuesday night said he would not push the DOJ to go forward with investigations against Trump after he leaves office.
The product reportedly contains silver particles in its solution, but nano silver is not generally recognized by qualified experts as a safe or effective COVID-19 treatment, the DOJ said.
The lawmaker criticized the Justice Department for concluding that a former labor secretary used "poor judgment" in granting accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein a plea deal in 2008.
Barr's authorization will give prosecutors a way around Justice Department policy which typically prohibits these actions before an election is certified.
"It's a lawless war zone being weaponized by well-dressed musicians," one person wrote on Twitter in response to the Department of Justice's claims.
"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 writer has said she and her attorney are ready to face the Justice Department after its move to defend President Donald Trump in a defamation lawsuit.