A federal grand jury in D.C. sent a subpoena to someone involved in the plane’s development seeking emails, messages and other communications, the person told The Associated Press.
Judges have granted the government’s requests for delays in an array of cases, including a lawsuit challenging the Trump administration’s asylum ban on immigrants who illegally cross the southern border.
Musician Prakazrel “Pras” Michel and then-Justice Department official George Higginbotham took part in a conspiracy to funnel tens of millions of dollars into the U.S. to help a Malaysian fugitive try to influence a series of Justice Department investigations and anti-crime efforts, according to prosecutors.
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.
The Department of Justice is awarding nearly $320 million to help fund the fight against the opioid crisis across the U.S., with grant recipients in Maryland and Virginia receiving support in their programs.
Federal prosecutors concede they misinterpreted text messages when they alleged that a Russian woman accused of working as a secret agent offered to trade sex for access, according to a Justice Department court filing.
Ratcheting up pressure on the Russia investigation, the White House announced that top FBI and Justice Department officials have agreed to meet with congressional leaders and “review” highly classified information the lawmakers have been seeking on the handling of the probe.
A fired Alexandria elementary school cook played a major role in the struggle for civil rights near the nation’s capital.
The Justice Department Thursday announced it was “rescinding” Obama-era guidance over how federal authorities should go after marijuana-related crimes, touting the latest move as “a return to the rule of law.”
Demonstrators joined together on Capitol Hill for the March for Racial Justice on Saturday before walking to the Justice Department and National Mall.
“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.
The settlement lets the Islamic Center of Culpeper obtain a pump-and-haul sewage permit, paving the way for a small prayer house. The county will pay the ICC $10,000 for expenses.
Prince George’s County Police Chief Hank Stawinski says an independent panel that will look into allegations of racism and retribution within the department will hold its first meeting next week.
Dozens of Prince George’s County police officers have signed onto a Department of Justice complaint alleging “rampant discrimination” inside the police department.
A lawsuit alleges that a Culpeper County board was discriminating when it voted not to grant a key permit to a Muslim congregation.
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