Tagged With Department Of Justice

The 'face mask exempt' ID cards circulating online are completely fake

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange faces broadened charges of conspiring with 'Anonymous' hackers in new federal grand jury indictment

The Department of Justice is reportedly gearing up for a battle with Apple over its controversial App Store policies, which have sparked backlash and criticism from developers

The DOJ, supported by top Trump intelligence officials, is asking for an emergency hearing to stop Bolton's bombshell book

Ebay's ex-PR boss reportedly told former CEO Devin Wenig 'we are going to crush' the woman targeted in the bizarre pig foetus and porn harassment allegations

Former eBay executives sent a pig foetus and porn to a couple who wrote a newsletter critical of the company, according to a DOJ investigation

Chicken producer stocks fall on DOJ price-fixing indictments, while food distributor stocks pop

Sen. Ted Cruz demands a federal investigation into Twitter, claiming it's violating US sanctions against Iran by letting the country's leaders have accounts

A Hollywood producer was arrested on federal charges that he defrauded a coronavirus relief program out of millions

GOP Sen. Kelly Loeffler just handed over documents to federal authorities investigating alleged insider trading

The shooting death of Ahmaud Arbery: A timeline of a case that's gripping the nation

Georgia's attorney general has requested a formal DOJ investigation into the handling of Ahmaud Arbery's killing

A New York man is facing fraud charges after selling people stolen coronavirus test kits for $200 and never giving them results

'HOLY S---!!!!!!!!!': Trumpworld rejoices after the Justice Department moves to drop its case against Michael Flynn

The US Department of Justice sided with a Virginia church in a legal dispute over whether stay-at-home orders unfairly discriminated against the church

The Trump administration is violating immigrants' right to due process and exposing them to COVID-19, lawsuit alleges

Attorney General Bill Barr threatens that the Department of Justice could sue states over prolonged social distancing

Top Democrat joins immigration judges in calling for courtrooms to be closed during the COVID-19 pandemic

People who intentionally spread coronavirus could be prosecuted under federal anti-terrorism laws, DOJ official says

The DOJ's first coronavirus-related fraud case is against a website that claimed to sell DIY vaccine kits