Bijan Ghaisar, 25, was fatally shot by two Park Police officers on Nov. 17, 2017 in the Fort Hunt area of Fairfax County. “Our government has given the officers total protection,” said Kelly, Ghaisar’s mother. “This is unjust.”
Caught in a seemingly unending stream of ongoing spy scandals with the Kremlin — and a swell of Chinese espionage cases — the FBI appears to be facing its stiffest counterintelligence challenges in decades.
The DOJ had launched a probe into whether company officials misled investors about the negative impact the documentary “Blackfish” was having on its business.
The Department of Justice distributed an additional $695 million to investors who lost money in the largest known Ponzi scheme in U.S. history, orchestrated by Bernard Madoff, the agency announced Thursday.
The lawsuit brought this week by a trio of U.S. senators challenging President Donald Trump’s appointment of Matthew Whitaker as acting attorney general joins a dizzying array of legal actions that surround the Russia probe.
Prosecutors may seek the death penalty for hate crimes against the Ohio man charged with driving a car into a crowd at last summer’s white nationalist rally in Charlottesville.
The Department of Justice announced the arrest of more than 2,300 suspected online child sex offenders during a three-month nationwide operation.
“This year in St. Paul, Minnesota, you have a huge presence and there’s a lot of awareness,” said Scott Santoro with the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center.
The Justice Department on Tuesday threw its support behind the Archdiocese of Washington in a court fight to have its Christmas fundraising ads displayed on D.C. buses.
What does a staggering new account of the Trump White House and campaign mean for the Russia investigation? Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va., reflects in an exclusive interview with WTOP.
D.C.’s status as a so-called sanctuary city has earned it a warning letter from the U.S. Department of Justice.
Among reports of Russian meddling in American politics, North Korea’s nuclear threats and rampant leaks from within the government, what’s the number one issue the U.S. faces? The Justice Department’s deputy attorney general shared his perspective in this exclusive WTOP interview.
The U.S. Department of Justice is investigating allegations that the Prince George’s County Police Department has discriminated against Hispanic and black officers.
“They are disappointed that no one will be held accountable for their son’s tragic death, which occurred while in police custody,” said the family’s attorney.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced the expansion of the program that deports immigrants who have entered the country illegally and are convicted of federal crimes.
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