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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 attorney general’s policy breaks with the Justice Department’s policy of not interfering with elections that has stood for 40 years, Richard Pilger says.
Judge Emmet Sullivan asked others to opine about what he should do in the case of the former national security adviser, whom the Justice Department now won’t prosecute.
More than 3,100 are moving out of the Bureau of Prisons system on Friday and the Justice Department is making other changes to comply with a law passed by Congress last year.
CATLETTSBURG, Ky. (AP) – The U.S. Department of Justice says an investigation found evidence that a Kentucky jail routinely uses excessive force against inmates through the use of chemical agents, restraint chairs and electronic control devices. A Thursday letter by the agency to the Boyd County Detention Center warns a lawsuit could be filed if… Read More
The department’s public affairs apparatus is mostly idle for lack of funding, but that didn’t stop it from making announcements in support of the administration’s messaging about immigrants.