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Recent articles by Alexander:

Spy chief says he has begun declassification process for Flynn-Kislyak calls

Acting DNI Richard Grenell has “started the declassification” process of transcripts and reports documenting Michael Flynn’s conversations with the Russian ambassador. → Read More

FTC, DOJ crack down on surge of allegedly fraudulent COVID-19 'treatments'

The FTC and DOJ are taking action against an increasing number of licensed doctors offering fraudulent COVID-19 treatments and cures. → Read More

Missouri man faces hate crime charges over mosque fire

A federal grand jury has indicted a Missouri man for allegedly setting fire to a Missouri mosque on the first night of Ramadan. → Read More

Nearly 2K former DOJ officials call for AG Barr to resign over Flynn case

Nearly 2000 former DOJ officials have signed onto a letter calling for Attorney General William Barr to resign over his handling of the Michael Flynn case. → Read More

Path ahead in Flynn case unclear after surprise DOJ reversal: Legal experts

Legal experts told ABC News that the sequence of events around Flynn's case -- which they described as without clear precedent, raises significant questions. → Read More

DOJ announces first charges of alleged COVID-19 stimulus relief fraud

The Justice Department has charged two Rhode Island businessmen for allegedly seeking more than half a million in loans under the COVID-19 stimulus relief package. → Read More

Fewer domestic violence calls during COVID-19 outbreak has California officials concerned

Authorities are worried domestic violence victims are unable to get help while quarantined. → Read More

DOJ moves to shutdown sham coronavirus therapies amid 'hundreds' of online scams

The Justice Department wants a federal judge to order a Texas company to stop promoting an allegedly fraudulent "ozone therapy" treatment for COVID-19. → Read More

New DOJ guidance: Federal prisoners up for coronavirus-related release must have served 50% of sentence

New DOJ guidance says prisoners considered for coronavirus-related release should've served half sentence. → Read More

Trump uses pandemic to attack Virginia on gun control, but he's done it before

President Trump has attacked Virginia on gun control during the pandemic, but has recently backed similar measures. → Read More

Barr warns states not to go 'too far' in stay-at-home orders, threatens legal action

Attorney General William Barr on Tuesday warned states not to go 'too far' in ordering stay-at-home restrictions, threatening legal action in an interview. → Read More

Officials worry of potential spike in overdose deaths amid COVID-19 pandemic

With millions of Americans forced into weeks of extended isolation, several communities have reported a spike in drug overdose deaths. → Read More

Locked up to locked out: Recently released prisoners face unprecedented challenges amid coronavirus crisis

Recently released prisoners looking to reenter society are facing greater obstacles than ever amid the public health crisis. → Read More

Inspector general fired by Trump urges whistleblowers to keep speaking out

The intelligence community watchdog fired by President Trump released a statement saying it's "hard not to think" he was removed for doing his job properly. → Read More

Pelosi, Democrats decry Trump's 'shameful' firing of inspector general amid coronavirus outbreak

Intelligence inspector general Michael Atkinson was fired Friday night. → Read More

With families quarantined together, some police fear rise in domestic violence

Police fear an increase in domestic violence amid widespread stay-at-home orders. → Read More

DOJ watchdog finds new errors in FBI's handling of surveillance warrants

A new audit into the FBI's surveillance warrant application process uncovered a series of errors in 25 of 29 randomly selected cases. → Read More

FBI arrests man for allegedly coughing on agents, hoarding and selling medical equipment

The Justice Department has announced the arrest of a Brooklyn man who allegedly coughed on FBI agents and told them he had coronavirus. → Read More

DOJ probing Sen. Richard Burr's stock trades before coronavirus market dive, sources say

The Department of Justice is investigating Sen. Richard Burr's stock transactions preceding the stock market crash that started in February. → Read More

AG William Barr pushes expansion of home confinement to reduce prison populations amid coronavirus

Attorney General William Barr recommends federal prisons explore releasing certain at-risk prisoners to home confinement to reduce the population amid coronavirus. → Read More