United States Department of Justice

Google wants Jonathan Kanter to recuse himself from DOJ’s antitrust case against the company.
The DOJ says it will aggressively prosecute violent passengers who assault crew members or endanger the safety of other passengers.
Officials say the most important lesson for businesses from the federal experience is that once they take the first step toward requirements, their workers will follow.
Federal agents say hackers pretended to be Proud Boys in messages to Republican lawmakers and targeted Democratic voters with threats.
Jacob Chansley, whom prosecutors called “the public face of the Capitol riot,” received one of the harshest sentences of any Jan. 6 defendant to date.
The state law improperly disenfranchises voters with disabilities and other Texans in violation of federal rights, U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland argued.
Igor Danchenko functioned as a source for the Steele dossier.
Family members and survivors of the 2015 massacre by white supremacist Dylann Roof sued the FBI after its background check failed to stop Roof from buying the gun he used.
The decision by a federal appeals court pushes the anti-abortion law deputizing its citizens closer to returning to the U.S. Supreme Court
Clark personally met with Trump to plot ways the Justice Department could help him stay in power.
“If Texas’s scheme is permissible, no constitutional right is safe from state-sanctioned sabotage of this kind,” the Justice Department told an appeals court.
The engineer attempted to pass information about the design of American nuclear-powered submarines to someone he thought represented a foreign government.
The MSNBC host said former Justice Department official Jeffrey Clark "essentially plotted with Trump to use the DOJ to foment Trump’s coup."
The late-night host reveals how the former guy tried to pressure cronies to block the election results.
An explosive report details how Trump tried to install a loyalist as Attorney General days before Jan.6 in order to undercut the 2020 election results.
The Department of Justice said it will review the misconduct of agents in the USA Gymnastics case, but FBI veterans say the problems run much deeper.
Freedom of speech "does not extend to threats of violence or intimidation,” Attorney General Merrick Garland said.
John T. Earnest burst into a Southern California synagogue on the last day of Passover in 2019 and killed one worshipper and wounded three others.
The state that recently led the country in COVID-19 deaths wants to spend its pandemic relief funds on incarceration instead.
Former state trooper Jacob Brown was charged with a civil rights violation for beating a Black motorist 18 times with a flashlight.