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A year after the first major coronavirus relief packaged passed, the Justice Department has charged defendants over exploiting loan and unemployment programs, as well as frauds targeting consumers.
The president’s former attorney and fixer will be permitted to move to home confinement because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Stone faced charges that he lied to congressional investigators and obstructed an official proceeding. He pleaded not guilty and said he’d done nothing wrong.
President Trump’s lawyer has been ordered to give evidence to the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence as its probe accelerates in the Ukraine affair.
The trial of Greg Craig, who worked for two Democratic presidents, opens in Washington, D.C., on Monday. The case against Craig stems from former special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation.
New court documents describe Trump’s direct involvement with negotiations that led to a $130,000 payment to an adult film star to buy her silence about her alleged extramarital affair with Trump.
Judge Amy Berman Jackson ordered the political consultant not to post, like, retweet or forward following what she ruled was a breach of a gag order from earlier in his case.
Prosecutors asked a judge to give Butina more prison time, citing the threat they said she posed to national security. Her attorneys said her motives weren’t “nefarious” and she is ready to go home.
Monica Witt has been indicted for allegedly providing classified Pentagon information to Tehran. She defected years six ago, the Justice Department says.
Federal prosecutors in New York have charged Natalia Veselnitskaya with obstruction of justice. The indictment suggests she has close ties to the Russian government.
Senators said they were assessing what to make of new accusations involving Kavanaugh as the hours ticked toward a high-stakes hearing for the Supreme Court nominee on Thursday.
The Justice Department has charged North Korean national Park Jin Hyok in connection with some of the most destructive cyberattacks in recent years to hit computers across the globe.
President Trump complained that investigators have violated a fundamental part of the legal system, but there are exemptions to the well-known privilege between lawyers and clients.
The FBI says it received a tip about the alleged Florida school shooter but did not follow proper protocols. Senior federal officials are appearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday.
Republicans are waging a multifront campaign against the FBI and the Justice Department over what they call bias. Democrats call the whole thing a smoke screen.