Three Muslims have been arrested in Michigan for performing female genital mutilation on young girls. Here’s the story from the Christian Post: In the first case brought to the Department of Justice under a federal law that criminalizes female genital mutilation, three people have been arrested and charged with performing the procedure on girls between […]
The state Department of Justice, federal authorities and police are urging people to get rid of unwanted medications this weekend. The DOJ, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration and local police … Click to Continue »
It, uh, doesn’t sound like the Trump-Sessions Justice Department is going to prevail in its argument to the U.S. Supreme Court that citizenship can be revoked over any misstatement or failure to disclose at all, however minor, that a person included (or didn’t include) on their citizenship application. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (AP) — A congressional committee on Thursday asked the Justice Department to consider criminally prosecuting a technology services company that was involved in maintaining a private email server for Hillary Clinton. The House...Show More Summary
A congressional committee is asking the Justice Department to consider criminally prosecuting a technology company involved in maintaining a private email server for Hillary Clinton. The House Science, Space, and … Click to Continue...
In a recent op-ed in USA Today, Attorney General Jeff Sessions reiterated that his Department of Justice will move away from federal oversight of local police departments plagued by abuses and officer-involved killings. In doing so,Show More Summary
A 31-year-old Somali man was sentenced to life in prison on Wednesday for engaging in piracy and other offenses in connection with an attack on a U.S. Navy ship seven years ago, the U.S. Justice Department said. Mohamed Farah, 31, of Somalia…
Well that didn’t take long. Only two months after Donald Trump overturned the Obama administration decision to eliminate the use of private prisons, the Justice Department released a report slamming the private prison company CoreCivic for problems at Leavenworth Detention Center in Kansas. Show More Summary
In a previous post, I noted that the U.S.Commission on Civil Rights issued a statement (Gail Heriot and Kirsanow dissenting) expressing alarm over Attorney General Jeff Sessions’s directive that the Justice Department review its investigations...Show More Summary
On Tuesday, the Justice Department slammed the private prison company CoreCivic and the US Marshals Service for poor oversight and severe understaffing at a Kansas maximum-security facility that holds federal detainees awaiting trial. Show More Summary
THANK YOU DEKALB COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT FOR YOUR DOGGED PURSUIT OF "JUSTICE" FOR THE FAMILY OF MURDER VICTIM JORDAN MORRIS - WHO DID NOT DESERVE TO BE MURDERED USING AN AK47 BECAUSE OF SOME LONG RUNNING DISPUTE THAT WAS NOT RESOLVED...Show More Summary
FDA’s costly menu labeling rules set to begin enforcement May 5. Any hope of blocking them? [Baylen Linnekin, earlier] “Justice Department Disability Demands Raise Serious Free Speech Issues” [Hans Bader, CEI, earlier on the Berkeley...Show More Summary
The Justice Department said it would withhold jurisdictions’ federal funding if they don’t start playing ball with immigration authorities. In his ruling, Judge William Orrick said those threats were empty.
The Senate voted overwhelmingly Tuesday to confirm Rod J. Rosenstein as the No. 2 official at the Justice Department, a post that puts the veteran prosecutor in charge of the investigation into whether current or former aides to President Trump coordinated with Russia during the 2016 campaign....
The Justice Department is demanding $14 billion from the Mexican kingpin.
The Department of Justice wants additional time to deal with the 'complex' case.
The Wisconsin Department of Justice has concluded that secretly recorded videos of a Democratic activist bragging about deploying troublemakers at Donald Trump campaign rallies show no evidence any laws were … Click to Continue »
The leader of a 2004 coup that toppled Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide pleaded guilty on Monday to a money laundering charge related to an international drug trafficking scheme, the U.S. Department of Justice said. Guy Philippe,...Show More Summary
Atty. Gen. Jeff Sessions dislikes police consent decrees — court-enforced settlements between the Department of Justice and cities that are intended to eliminate the use of excessive force and racial profiling in policing. On April 4, Sessions announced that his Justice Department would review...
Makan Delrahim, the choice to head antitrust matters at the Justice Department, said he did not plan to use federal laws in “a fishing expedition.”