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A U.S. attorney said she would "welcome" talks with the queen's son, the Duke of York, following the arrest of Ghislaine Maxwell.
The Task Force on Violent Anti-Government Extremists will investigate "individuals, networks, and movements," Attorney General William Barr said.
In 2014, the law enforcement group scared the Democratic-controlled Senate into rejecting a civil rights lawyer nominated by President Barack Obama.
A new Justice Department indictment accuses Assange of recruiting hackers at conferences to provide WikiLeaks with classified information.
Democrats called the attorney general the "president's fixer" as Justice Department employees laid out interference in politically charged cases.
Aaron Zelinsky will tell Congress that Stone “was being treated differently from any other defendant because of his relationship to the President."
The attorney general's false claim that a federal prosecutor in Manhattan was "stepping down" fits in with a string of inaccurate public statements.
Geoffrey S. Berman was removed from his position as Manhattan U.S. attorney after he refused to step down.
The book details the ineptitude and corruption of the Trump administration during Bolton's time as national security adviser.
A Justice Department watchdog said "inappropriate and dangerous" exercises by the Bureau of Prisons riot team caused "significant injury" to an uninvolved staffer.