Sadie Gurman, Wall Street Journal

Sadie Gurman

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Recent articles by Sadie:

Prosecutors Seek Transcripts from Jan. 6 Committee

Justice Department wants access to witness statements related to riot by pro-Trump mob, people familiar with matter say; congressional panel won’t call former President Donald Trump to testify. → Read More

DOJ to Resume Push for Polluters to Fund Environmental Projects

The reversal of the Trump-era policy is part of an effort to give priority to cases against polluters in poor and minority communities, the attorney general said. → Read More

Supreme Court Hunt for Who Leaked Draft Roe v. Wade Opinion Has No Road Map

The marshal running the probe has untested investigative powers, and the leak might not even be a crime. → Read More

British ISIS Fighter Is Sentenced to Life in Killings of Four Americans

Alexanda Kotey was part of a feared group of ISIS guards known to their hostages as “the Beatles.” → Read More

Justice Department Sues Paul Manafort Over Foreign Bank Accounts

The U.S. government is seeking roughly $3 million in penalties and fees from the former Trump campaign chairman. → Read More

Biden to Issue First Pardons, Reduced Sentences for Mostly Nonviolent Drug Offenders

Activists have criticized the White House for moving too slow on a key campaign promise. → Read More

Justice Department to Appeal Court Ruling Invalidating Public Transportation Mask Mandate

The action comes at the request of the CDC, which said such an order remains necessary for public health. → Read More

Alleged Covid-19 Fraud Schemes Totaling $150 Million Draw Criminal Charges

The Justice Department unveiled charges that range from overcharging for medical services to selling fake vaccination cards. → Read More

Islamic State Fighter Convicted for Role in Murder of Four Americans

A federal jury convicted El Shafee Elsheikh of being part of a cell that murdered U.S. hostages, capping a trial dominated by testimony from survivors of the torture. → Read More

Government Settles With Protesters Removed From Lafayette Square

U.S. Park Police and Secret Service agree to new policies on demonstrations in response to lawsuits by Black Lives Matter and other protesters outside the Trump White House in June 2020. → Read More

Judge Orders Alleged DHS Impostors Freed in Secret Service Case

A federal judge said prosecutors hadn’t shown the behavior of Haider Ali and Arian Taherzadeh to be a serious threat and ordered their release while their court cases proceeded. → Read More

Ex-Islamic State Fighter Testifies Against Alleged ‘Beatles’ Guard

An American former member of Islamic State testified that El Shafee Elsheikh, accused of being part of a brutal cell that murdered U.S. citizens, held a senior role within the terrorist organization. → Read More

Jan. 6 Capitol Riot Prosecutors Face New Headwinds

As the investigation broadens to encompass possible instigators not present at the Capitol riots, defense lawyers are pressing the FBI on informants in the defendants’ ranks—an issue jurors are proving sensitive to. → Read More

Judge Acquits Man of Charges Linked to Jan. 6 Capitol Riot by Trump Supporters

Matthew Martin of New Mexico is the first person who breached Capitol last year in attack by Trump supporters to be found not guilty. → Read More

Justice Department Charges Russian Oligarch With Sanctions Violations

Officials say Konstantin Malofeyev sought to evade earlier sanctions as the U.S. lays out efforts to help assemble evidence of potential Russian war crimes in Ukraine. → Read More

White House Considers New ATF Pick

The Biden administration is looking to fill a post central to its push against gun violence after the last candidate lacked congressional support. → Read More

U.S. Seizes Yacht, Seeking Forfeiture and Ratcheting Up Pressure on Russian Oligarchs

Washington says it has moved on a yacht belonging to Viktor Vekselberg, one of Russia’s richest men. → Read More

Soldiers Among Those Charged With Interstate Gun-Trafficking

Prosecutors say three Army personnel were among 12 accused of conspiring to illegally move firearms from Tennessee and Kentucky to gang members on Chicago’s streets. → Read More

Federal Grand Jury Indicts Nine People on Charges of Blocking Abortion Clinic

Action underscores Justice Department’s stepped-up enforcement of 1994 law in wake of new abortion restrictions in Texas. → Read More

Prosecutors Advance Tax Probe of Hunter Biden

A grand jury heard witness testimony in February about the past drug use and spending habits of the president’s son. → Read More