The administration caved—by its own admission—to the demands of American progressives, who serve as the Chinese Communist Party's most useful of idiots.
The Supreme Court had previously declined to rule on the law's constitutionality, despite the wishes of pro-choice groups.
The high security Metropolitan Correctional Center typically houses high-profile fraudsters, gangsters and murderers while they await trial.
Despite the fact that Iran has targeted American citizens in America for kidnapping, the indictment will not affect the Biden administration's interest in pursuing a return to the 2015 nuclear deal.
Former Officer Potter has been taken to jail where she will await her first court appearance in the shooting of Daunte Wright.
At least 134 officers were assaulted as pro-Trump insurrectionists stormed the Capitol building on January 6.
Meng's fate is not something to be bargained away. The mere act of Washington participating in negotiations with her is, by itself, a win for Beijing.
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.
The Justice Department should vigorously pursue what the House report on monopolization in Big Tech recommended: structural breakups.
Congress is on the brink of passing a very important piece of cybersecurity legislation.
The president will use the Michael Flynn ordeal, like the impeachment proceedings and Mueller investigation, as further "evidence" that he is indeed the victim of a vast conspiracy.
DOJ drops charges against Michael Flynn.
On the same day as Snowden's book release, the Justice Department announced a lawsuit against him for breaching his non-disclosure agreements with both the CIA and NSA.
Assange faces a maximum of five years in prison if convicted of the conspiracy charge levied against him last month and a potential ten-year prison sentence for each of the charges today under the Espionage Act.
Justice Department files an amicus brief in a Georgia case, arguing that poor defendants are denied equal protection when jailed solely for inability to pay bail.
U.S. 'no longer needs Apple's assistance' after someone provided the passcode to an iPhone that authorities wanted to view.
In late 2015, Volkswagen admitted to installing the software in more than 11 million cars globally.
Top UBS banker Raoul Weil was found not guilty on Monday on U.S. charges of conspiring with wealthy Americans to hide $20 billion in secret offshore accounts