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The 23-year-old man accused of running the site, as well as hundreds of suspected users, have been arrested, U.S., British and South Korean officials said.
The couple's scathing remarks came at a Justice Department event marking the anniversary of a hate-crime bill named after their murdered son.
"Judeo-Christian moral standards are like God’s instruction manual for ... the best operation for human society," said the attorney general.
The president has enlisted parts of the U.S. government and key allies in the pursuit of unproven or disproven conspiracy theories, some incubated in the dark corners of the internet.
Henry Kyle Frese, a 30-year-old Defense Intelligence Agency employee, faces two counts of willful transmission of national defense information.
The Justice Department is supposed to tell the Federal Election Commission about any campaign finance legal matters it reviews. Did it?
A wounded president who lost the popular vote is seeking foreign help to validate himself and attack his enemies.
Democrats say a federal employee has "evidence of possible misconduct" concerning the president's taxes.
Donald Trump sometimes seems to see little distinction between personal attorney Rudy Giuliani and AG William Barr.
The Justice Department agrees that Joshua Payne-Elliott’s lawsuit challenging his firing should be dismissed.
The timeline raises questions about how the White House and the Justice Department handled the complaint, the AP reports.
The anonymous CIA officer went to the inspector general after he became concerned about how the spy agency’s top lawyer handled his allegations.
The Justice Department concluded "there was no campaign finance violation and that no further action was warranted.”
Speaking from the Oval Office, Trump tried to dismiss growing concerns about his alleged misconduct and accusations his administration is engaged in a cover-up.
Gwen Carr testified Thursday as part of a hearing on police practices and their effects on communities around the country.
The government says the former CIA and NSA official's new book, "Permanent Record," violates his nondisclosure agreements.
The president also suggested the Justice Department should step in after The New York Times reported the new allegation against the Supreme Court justice.
An attorney for the former FBI deputy director presses federal prosecutors about an anticipated indictment that hasn't materialized.
Lawyers for 9/11 survivors and victims' relatives believe the name belongs to a Saudi government official alleged to have assisted two hijackers in the attack.
The case relates to media disclosures about the Clinton Foundation during the 2016 election.