Attorney General Merrick Garland said he would resign if President Biden asked him to take legal action against former President Trump.
U.S. Contractor Arrested on Espionage Charges, Accused of Giving Foreign Country Classified Information
A contract employee for the Justice and State departments was arrested on espionage charges for allegedly providing classified information to a foreign country.
One of Donald Trump’s former long-time personal assistants told federal investigators that the former president repeatedly wrote to-do notes for her on the backs of classified documents.
Prosecutors and FBI agents investigating the Hunter Biden case have been threatened and harassed by people who don’t think the president’s son has been treated harshly enough, NBC News reports.
On the 22nd anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on Monday, Attorney General Merrick Garland recalled the heroism of law enforcement and public safety officers that day and pledged to remain committed to protecting Americans.
Federal prosecutors plan to seek an indictment of Hunter Biden by Sept. 29, according to new court filings by special counsel David Weiss.
A new survey by Politico/Ipsos suggests many Americans – most notably Independents – believe the former president is guilty, despite his repeated argument that he’s the target of “a witch hunt.
The Justice Department has charged 371 people in a nationwide crackdown on fraud related to COVID-19 aid, targeting more than $830 million in stolen coronavirus funds, the agency announced in a news release Wednesday.