Trump's Justice Department Obtained House Democrats' Data In Leaks InvestigationThe Justice Department has launched a review of subpoenas issued during the Trump administration seeking records of members of Congress and others.
New Jersey Woman Calls For Private Long-Term Care Facilities To Be Investigated Over COVID-19 Deaths In Addition To Public Nursing HomesShe says her mom was living at a private long-term care facility that she believes was taking in COVID-19 patients from St. Barnabas Hospital.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo Criticizes Justice Department For Requesting COVID-19 Data From Public Nursing HomesCuomo says there are five public nursing homes in New York State and that the information requested has already been released.
DOJ Requests Data From New York, New Jersey About COVID-19 Orders That May Have Resulted In Nursing Home DeathsThe DOJ says the information will help determine whether it will launch investigations under the Civil Rights of Institutionalized Persons Act.
President Trump Prepares For Summit With PutinThe meeting will take place just days after the indictment of Russian officials accused of meddling in the 2016 election.
City Of Chicago Files Suit Against DOJ Over Sanctuary City CrackdownThe City of Chicago filed a lawsuit against U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions Monday, challenging rules that would make it impossible for sanctuary cities like Chicago to receive some federal grants.
Attorney Slams Justice Dept. Argument That Federal Civil Rights Law Does Not Protect GaysThe Justice Department is arguing that federal civil rights law does not protect gays, and one local attorney feels it is a political argument rather than a legal one.
Former DOJ Official Sally Yates To Testify On Ex-National Security Adviser FlynnSally Yates, a top Justice Department official in the Obama administration, is set to testify Monday about President Donald Trump's dismissed national security adviser.
Justice Department Seeks Pause On Overhaul Agreement With Baltimore PoliceThe request comes just hours after Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced he had ordered a sweeping review of the Justice Department's interactions with local law enforcement, including such court-enforceable improvement plans with troubled police agencies.
DOJ To Continue Push To Force Apple To Reveal Data In Local Drug CaseThe U.S. Department of Justice on Friday said it will continue to try to force Apple to reveal a phone’s data in a New York drug case.
DOJ: Reverse Judge's Ruling In Favor Of Apple Over FBI In iPhone CaseThe Justice Department asked a court on Monday to reverse a decision that said Apple Inc. wasn't required to pry open a locked iPhone.
DOJ Pushes Back Against Sen. Menendez's Defense Team's Call To Drop IndictmentThe Justice Department pushed back Monday against efforts by U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez to dismiss the corruption indictment against him.
Officials: 'Top Secret' Emails Sent To Hillary Clinton Weren't Especially SensitiveNeither of the two emails sent to Hillary Rodham Clinton now labeled by intelligence agencies as ``top secret'' contained information that would jump out to experts as particularly sensitive, several government officials said Friday.
Hillary Clinton To Turn Over Private E-Mail Server To FBIFormer Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton has directed her staff to turn over her private email server to the Department of Justice, the spokesman for Clinton's presidential campaign told CBS News Tuesday.
Feds End Prosecution Of Barry Bonds Without ConvictionThe U.S. Department of Justice formally dropped its criminal prosecution of Barry Bonds, Major League Baseball's career home run leader.