Bowe Bergdahl, the former prisoner of war who's accused of endangering comrades by walking off his post in Afghanistan, is asking President Obama to pardon him before leaving office. White House and Justice Department officials on Saturday said Bergdahl had submitted copies of the clemency request...
I HOPE THAT PRESIDENT TRUMP’S JUSTICE DEPARTMENT WILL INVESTIGATE THIS AS A CRIMINAL CIVIL RIGHTS VIOLATION: The State of Pennsylvania released the personal information of GOP electors, leading to a wave of emails and phone calls which at least one elector described as “total harassment.” Plus: “Republican electors in several other states have reported threats.” […]
US military veterans were building shelters for North Dakota pipeline protesters this week as the Justice Department reaffirmed its commitment to the demonstrators' First Amendment rights and to their safety on Friday. Protesters have been occupying land near the site of the multibillion-dollar Dakota Access pipeline project for months. Show More Summary
Kate Nash has recruited over 120 musicians to sign an open letter she wrote to President Obama, the Army Corps of Engineers, and the Department of Justice regarding recent law enforcement actions against the Dakota Access Pipeline protestors...Show More Summary
The Justice Department on Thursday announced the line would plead guilty to seven felonies
A Homeland Security advisory board concluded Thursday that surging numbers of immigrants facing deportation will all but force federal authorities to continue relying on privately run detention facilities, even after the Justice Department said it would phase out its use of such prisons due in part to safety and security concerns. Show More Summary
Carnival Corp's Princess Cruise Lines will plead guilty to seven felony charges for polluting the seas and deliberate acts to cover it up, and pay a record $40 million criminal penalty, the U.S. Justice Department said on Thursday. Shares of Carnival…
Three months after the Department of Justice announced that it would phase out its use of private prisons, the Department of Homeland Security has gone in the opposite direction. In a report finalized on Thursday, a subcommittee of the...Show More Summary
Carnival Corp.’s Princess Cruise Lines will plead guilty to seven felony charges and pay $40 million for deliberately polluting the ocean and attempting to cover up the crime, the Department of Justice said Thursday. The deal relates to the Caribbean Princess cruise ship’s illegal dumping of oily waste off the coast of England in August 2013. Show More Summary
Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.), President-elect Donald Trump’s pick to head the Department of Justice, argued last year that the fight against climate change is a conspiracy to afflict poor people. In a November 2015 interview with a conservative...Show More Summary
The California Department of Justice Bureau of Firearms sent out a notice to Cali arms dealers with info regarding the recently passed legislation. This post California: Bullet Button Guns Must be Purchased, Received by Dec. 31st appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.
The US is joining with law enforcement agencies in more than 40 countries to take down a massive cybercrime network known as "Avalanche." According to the Justice Department release, Avalanche servers have been distributing more than...Show More Summary
The president-elect's billions in loans from Deutsche Bank, which is currently in negotiations with the Justice Department over its lending practices, threaten to further complicate an already difficult situation.
The Department of Justice says Princess Cruise Lines will pay a $40 million penalty for "deliberate pollution of the seas and intentional acts to cover it up."
Pat sends us a link to the story of William E. Grobes IV of Chesapeake, VA who pleaded guilty to defrauding the Veterans’ Affairs Department. According to the Justice Department, Grobes ran a barbering and cosmetology school, College of Beauty and Barber Culture (CBBC), for veterans that only required that students sign in every day. […]
By Nathan Rousseau Smith, Buzz60 It has been weeks since the presidential election and the FBI is still holding onto Huma Abedin's emails found on Anthony Weiner's computer. A justice department lawyer speaking to a federal judge said...Show More Summary
Carnival Corporation’s Princess Cruise Lines has agreed to plead guilty to seven felony charges stemming from illegal oil dumping at sea and intentional acts to cover it up, the U.S. Justice Department announced Thursday. Princess will...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Carnival Corp's Princess Cruise Lines will plead guilty to seven felony charges of polluting the seas and trying to cover it up, and pay a record $40 million criminal penalty, the U.S. Justice Department said on Thursday.
New rules let a federal court approve government searches of devices outside the court's district. The Justice Department wanted the change to keep up with technology. Opponents consider it scary.
At midnight changes to Rule 41, which the Department of Justice says is to combat criminals who use anonymization technology, came into effect.