One of the defendants is a North Korean operative who was charged in the 2018 Sony Pictures hack.
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.
"I never understood why we don't go as aggressively after domestic terrorists as we do Islamic terrorists," Scarborough said on Friday.
"I know that I'm looking at a charge under the D.C. code of inciting violence," D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine said.
The California congressman demanded a racketeering investigation into Google, Apple and Amazon for their decision to ban Parler from their app stores.
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.
The Justice Department filed the civil suit against the retailer, which operates one of the nation's largest pharmacy chains.
The outgoing attorney general said Monday he has "not seen a reason" to appoint a special prosecutor.
"I'm not going to turn a blind eye on this," GOP Senator Ron Johnson said. "We'll keep digging."
Colorado's Ken Buck says America can't "move forward" with a Joe Biden presidency unless the DOJ appoints a special counsel to investigate Hunter Biden's laptop—that is, Buck claims, if Biden even won.
"It would be exceptional. It would be extraordinary to see any sort of indictment or anything this quickly during the time frame that matters," attorney James Trusty said.
The DOJ will send personnel to Detroit and Hamtramck again this election, but will also be monitoring voting compliance in Eastpointe, Flint, Highland Park, Jackson and Shelby Township.
"I always believed the department's past leaders were dedicated to the rule of law and the guiding principle that justice is blind," wrote Phillip Halpern, former assistant U.S. attorney, in a new op-ed. "That is a bygone era, but it should not be forgotten."
U.S. Attorneys announced Friday that 156 people had been arrested in Kansas City, Missouri under Operation LeGend, President Donald Trump's controversial federal crime-fighting initiative.
U.S. Rep. Karen Bass chided Barr: "The department is not doing enough to address issues of racial bias and brutality in law enforcement."
"What is he using them for? For crowd control, for repressing the right of people to protest," the mayor said.
Wesley Ira Purkey was put to death at the Federal Correctional Complex in Terre Haute, Indiana, hours after the Supreme Court cleared the way for his execution to proceed.
A couple from Virginia has been arrested and charged in an alleged scheme to defraud more than $1.4 million in federal money approved by Congress to go to struggling businesses amid the pandemic.
The DOJ is investigating Ahmaud Arbery's February shooting death in Georgia as a potential hate crime, his family's attorney told news outlets Monday.
Attorney General William Barr had previously announced his intention to seek out state-level COVID-19 restrictions that may be encroaching on constitutional protections.
Federal agents discovered stocks of over 100,000 face masks and nearly 900,000 disposable gloves after searching the defendant's warehouse and retail outlets.
The Justice Department on Monday cited "extreme urgency" in clearing wholesale U.S. pharmaceutical distributors from legal hurdles in order to provide the controversial anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine to COVID-19 patients.
That the integrity of drugs in states' hands would be unreliable is a concern, but Dr. Joel Zivot says that states should be disclosing "if what they have is expired."
The Departments of Justice, Homeland Security and Defense, among others, warned that authorizing China Telecom could give the Chinese government access to U.S. telecommunications networks.
Barr's intervention in Roger Stone's case, says Jed Shugerman, was "yet another breach of norms in a pattern with Trump and Barr."
Richard W. Painter described Attorney General William Barr as the "most dangerous" in United States history, citing what he described as religious zealotry.