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1st major court test for DOJ special counsel investigating origins of Russia probe

The Justice Department special counsel investigating the origins of the Russia probe is facing his first major test in federal court this week. → Read More

Two more major law enforcement groups endorse Biden pick for ATF

Two more major law enforcement groups have thrown their support behind President Biden's nominee to lead the ATF, ABC News has learned. → Read More

DOJ, Jan. 6 committee staff clash in interview with former U.S. attorney: Sources

DOJ attorneys recently clashed with staff members for the House Jan. 6 committee during an interview House investigators conducted with an ex-U.S. attorney, sources say. → Read More

Oath Keeper emotional as he accepts 2nd plea deal in Jan. 6 seditious conspiracy case

Federal prosecutors on Friday secured a second guilty plea with a member of the Oath Keepers militia group charged in the government's Jan. 6 seditious conspiracy case. → Read More

DOJ suing Paul Manafort for $3M for allegedly failing to disclose offshore accounts

He allegedly failed to report over 20 accounts. → Read More

DOJ appealing ruling that struck down travel mask mandate

The Biden administration is appealing a court ruling that struck down its travel mask mandate, with the CDC saying masks aboard planes is still necessary "at this time." → Read More

DOJ: Alleged COVID fraudsters charged after raking in nearly $150 million through elaborate schemes

The DOJ is poised to announce nearly two dozen arrests of alleged fraudsters who prosecutors say raked in nearly $150 million through schemes related to the pandemic. → Read More

Judge slams Trump as 'charlatan' after jury finds Jan. 6 rioter guilty on all counts

"We have charlatans like our former president, who doesn't in my view really care about democracy, but only about power." → Read More

2 men posed as federal agents, gave gifts to Secret Service officers: Court documents

One agent was on first lady Jill Biden's protective detail. → Read More

AG Garland vows to hold those responsible for 'atrocities in Ukraine' accountable

"The Justice Department sees the mass graves," Merrick Garland said. → Read More

DOJ expands Jan. 6 probe to include planning of 'Save America' rally

The Justice Department is expanding its criminal probe into the events of Jan. 6 to include preparations for the rally that preceded the Capitol attack, sources say. → Read More

Federal probe into Hunter Biden's taxes intensifies, sources say

The federal investigation into President Biden's son, Hunter Biden, over his tax affairs has intensified in recent weeks, sources tell ABC News. → Read More

DOJ charges Russian officials over hacking campaigns that targeted critical infrastructure

Officials say they targeted thousands of companies in 135 countries. → Read More

Judge renders split verdict for 'Cowboys for Trump' founder charged in Jan. 6 riot

A judge handed down a split verdict Tuesday to the founder of the group "Cowboys for Trump," who was the second defendant to be tried in connection to the Jan. 6 attack. → Read More

Guy Reffitt, 1st accused Capitol rioter to stand trial, found guilty on all counts

A Texas man who is the first to stand trial in the prosecution of those who stormed the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 was found guilty on all charges Tuesday. → Read More

Oath Keeper is 1st to plead guilty to seditious conspiracy for Jan. 6, will cooperate with prosecutors

Joshua James, 34, of Arab, Alabama, pleaded guilty to seditious conspiracy charges on Wednesday as part of deal with prosecutors contingent on his cooperation. → Read More

In 1st Jan. 6 trial, DOJ calls accused rioter the 'tip of this mob's spear'

Opening statements got underway Wednesday in the case of the first alleged Jan. 6 rioter to bring his case to trial. → Read More

1st Jan. 6 trial begins with high stakes for government prosecutors

Other Jan. 6 defendants who have yet to enter into plea deals with the government will watch the trial closely. → Read More

Attorney who aided Trump's election efforts sues Jan. 6 committee over phone records

An attorney who assisted with Donald Trump's efforts to overturn the 2020 election has filed suit against the Jan. 6 committee to block the release of her phone records. → Read More

Judge rejects Trump's effort to dismiss Jan. 6 civil lawsuits

A judge has rejected efforts by former President Trump to dismiss a series of Jan. 6 lawsuits, finding they could "establish a plausible conspiracy" involving Trump. → Read More