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A Virginia teenager who used social media to support the militant group Islamic State was sentenced to just over 11 years in federal prison on Friday, the U.S. Justice Department said. Ali Amin, 17, of Manassas, was the first minor prosecuted by the United States in such a case. U.S. District Judge...
Social media is as mighty as the sword — and wielding it on behalf of America's enemies can land you behind bars. The Justice Department on Friday sentenced a Virginia teen to more than a decade in prison after he used Twitter to help ISIS supporters hide their financial transactions and would-be foreign fighters looking to travel to Syria. Ali […]
A Polish court has set September 22 as the date for Roman Polanski’s next extradition hearing. The move is the latest in a decades-long attempt by U.S. Justice Department officials to have the now-82-year-old filmmaker extradited to the U.S. Show More Summary
Also: A student is shot and killed at Savannah State University; Colombia and Venezuela recall ambassadors over a border dispute; and today's the final of World Air Guitar Championships in Finland.
The Associated Press sued the U.S. Department of Justice Thursday over the FBI's failure to provide public records related to the creation of a fake news story used to plant surveillance software on a suspect's computer. AP joined with the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press to file the lawsuit in U.S. Show More Summary
The Associated Press has filed a lawsuit against the DOJ for a government sting operation in 2007 in which the FBI created a fake news story and impersonated a journalist.
Sheriff Frank Skrah, of Klamath County, Oregon, is being investigated by the Oregon Department of Justice after several deputies accused him of using excessive force on a suspect. The Klamath County Board of Commissioners has requested that he take a voluntary administrative leave this week, News Max reports. Show More Summary
The Associated Press joined a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Justice on Thursday. The suit alleges that the FBI failed to provide public records about a sting operation in which law enforcement posed as the news agency.
Accusing the Justice Department of stonewalling, media company Associated Press filed a suit Thursday against the FBI for failing to turn over information under the Freedom of Information Act about a criminal sting operation in which it created a bogus news story and impersonated an AP journalist.
The Associated Press The Associated Press and the Reporters Committee for the Freedom of the Press on Thursday filed suit against the U.S. Department of Justice in pursuit of records connected to a fictitious news story concocted byShow More Summary
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A member of the Colombian FARC rebel group pleaded guilty in U.S. federal court to hostage-taking charges stemming from the 2003 kidnappings of three U.S. citizens in Colombia, the U.S. Justice Department said on Wednesday.
(August 26, 2015 02:54 PM, by David Henderson) The turning point in Williamson's thinking about markets and firms happened when he was an economist in 1966-67 with the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice. In his biography at the Nobel site, Williamson writes: Although the leadership... (0 COMMENTS)
Rep. Betty McCollum (D-Minn.) has asked that the Department of Justice investigate whether the deaths of two Palestinian youth at the hands of Israeli security forces at a protest last spring violates the Leahy Law. From The Huffington...Show More Summary
Over twenty percent of deputies Klamath County, Oregon recently asked to be put on leave after Sheriff Frank Skrah was accused of punching a handcuffed suspect. The Oregonian reported that the Oregon Department of Justice confirmed on Monday that Skrah was under investigation for use of excessive...
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Eight months after the Justice Department put new curbs on racial profiling, Maryland became the first state to follow suit, restricting the police from singling out suspects based on traits like race.
Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams urged the Justice Department to add synthetic marijuana?commonly known as K2 or spice?to the Controlled Substances Act earlier today at a press conference in front of Borough Hall. Adams also called...Show More Summary
A former JPMorgan Chase analyst and two friends were charged on Tuesday in an alleged insider trading scheme that netted more than $670,000 in illicit profits, the Department of Justice said. Ashish Aggarwal, a 27-year-old UC Berkeley...Show More Summary
The revolving door between the Department of Justice and a certain corporate law firm is spinning faster than ever. On July 6, former Attorney General Eric Holder returned to his previous employer, Covington & Burling — a firm that's represented the biggest banks on Wall Street, and is internationally known for its white-collar defense practice. Show More Summary