On Thursday, the DOJ stated the Office of Justice Programs lead investigating and prosecuting hate crimes and in assisting victims.
The FBI said the Zodiac case "remains open" and there is "no new information to share" after a group of investigators claimed to have identified the killer on Wednesday.
The NHTSA was sent to investigate 31 crashes involving automated driver assist programs since mid-2016, 25 of which involved Tesla.
On top of murder and submitting a fraudulent vote, the man could also be charged with tampering with his wife's deceased body as well as evidence.
"The end result could either be it sounds substantiated and an arrest is made and it would be up to the DA to prosecute the arrest," Sheriff Craig Apple said.
The investigation will determine whether there is a pattern or practice of unconstitutional policing and is a general sweeping review of the police department.
Interstate 65 was inspected after a car crash killed 10 people. Investigators cite possible hydroplaning as the cause.
Democrats have called for Barr and his predecessor as attorney general, Jeff Sessions, to testify under oath.
The report from the Council of Europe's Moneyval monitoring body also said the Vatican has prosecuted only a handful of money laundering cases in the past decade.
Delegate Stacey Plaskett said that state-level criminal investigations against former President Donald Trump "will continue to move forward."
The SDNY is investigating whether Trump's 2017 inaugural committee misspent any of the $107 million it raised for his inauguration event.
The investigation comes as Facebook is trying to settle a case accusing the social network of illegally capturing users' facial data.
"This isn't foreign policy—I'm asking them to do an investigation that they're doing already and that other people are telling them to stop."
With the House running several investigations of President Donald Trump, the White House has resisted turning over information and documents.
Former U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York told Time that President Donald Trump has more to worry about from his former office than special counsel Robert Mueller.
Ty Cobb's comments came as House Democrats ramped up their investigations into the president, including two new wide-ranging inquiries launched on Monday.
"By the best available measures of the files' contents and metadata, the data was generated over decades, with the oldest data originating in 1986 and the most recent modified in 2016," read a report summary released today.
Several investigations plague Jared Kushner as he continues to serve as a senior White House adviser.
The Senate and House intelligence committees and the Senate Judiciary Committee are overseeing investigations into Russian meddling in the presidential election.