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Andrew Hanen - Bio, News, Photos

In searching for a punishment, he said he thought about making the government pay the plaintiffs' legal costs but said that would just put federal taxpayers on the hook to send money to the states — a shell game of taxpayers' money. → Read More

Seth Conrad Rich

Latest news and commentary on Seth Conrad Rich including photos, videos, quotations, and a biography. → Read More

Fusion GPS founders push for testimony to be made public, fight ‘conspiracy theories’

The founders of Fusion GPS, the research firm responsible for the anti-Trump dossier, pushed back against Republicans who have attacked their company over its work and requested that congressional committees release full transcripts of their prior closed-door testimony. → Read More

U.S. naturalized citizen fraud target of Justice Department

Under President Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions, federal authorities expect to more frequently revoke U.S. citizenship, and all the rights that come with it, if immigrants are found to have unlawfully or fraudulently obtained naturalization. → Read More

Judge shuts down Rick Gates’ New Year’s Eve plans

A rather unamused federal judge put the kibosh on the New Year's Eve plans of former Trump campaign aide Rick Gates. → Read More

Law enforcement deaths drop for first time in 3 years

The number of U.S. law enforcement fatalities dropped by 10 percent in 2017, marking the first decrease in line-of-duty deaths in three years, according to a report issued Thursday by the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund. → Read More

Donald Trump boosts local police with policies, results

Top law enforcement leaders say they have had no bigger advocate this year than President Trump, and they are hopeful he has set the stage for fewer dangerous confrontations between officers and the public, better-equipped departments and, ultimately, reductions in crime. → Read More

Ukraine - Bio, News, Photos

He was aiming Sunday to return to Ukraine to challenge the revocation of his citizenship, but Ukraine has said his entry will be blocked. Ukraine, which was hardest hit and where the attack likely originated, said it had secured critical state assets - though everyday life remained affected, with cash machines out of order and airport displays operating manually. → Read More

Mexico violence surges despite drug kingpin 'decapitation' strategy

Efforts to crack down on cartel-related violence in Mexico started off with a bang this year, with Sinaloa Cartel kingpin Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman extradited to the U.S. to face criminal charges. But despite the fanfare over the extradition, violence has surged in Mexico and this year is shaping up to be the country’s deadliest yet. → Read More

Pardon often granted in special counsel cases

Presidential pardons have become somewhat common in the wake of special counsel investigations resulting in criminal charges. → Read More

Justice Department creates new opioid enforcement position

The Justice Department announced Thursday the creation of a new senior level position tasked with overseeing efforts to combat the nationwide opioid epidemic. → Read More

Homicides drops 4.4 percent in major U.S. cities

Major U.S. cities reported 4.4 percent fewer homicides so far this year, the Brennan Center for Justice says in a new report being released Wednesday that appears to belie fears of a national crime wave. → Read More

House Republicans seek interviews with top FBI officials

Two House Republican committee chairman are asking the Justice Department to make senior FBI officials available for interviews as early as this week to discuss the bureau's handling of investigations into Hillary Clinton's email server and members of Donald Trump's campaign. → Read More

Mark Warner cautions against 'reckless' talk of firing Robert Mueller

A Senate Democrat leading one of the congressional investigations into Russian meddling in the 2016 election took to the Senate floor Wednesday to push back against "the growing chorus of irresponsible and reckless voices" calling for the dismissal of special counsel Robert Mueller. → Read More

FBI’s Andrew McCabe to meet House committees Thursday for closed-door interview

FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe will face his second grilling this week before House lawmakers on Thursday after the Justice Department agreed to make him available for a closed-door interview with the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees. → Read More

Republicans demand probe of leaks from Trump Jr. House Russia investigation testimony

Republican lawmakers have intensified calls for an investigation into leaks earlier this month from a House Intelligence committee's closed-door interview with President Trump's eldest son -- and demand those behind the disclosures are ousted from the panel's Russian election meddling probe. → Read More

Nicholas Young, former Metro police officer, convicted of attempt to aid ISIS

A former Metro Transit Police officer was convicted Monday of attempting to provide support to the Islamic State, marking the first time a U.S. law enforcement officer has been found guilty of aiding the terrorist organization. → Read More

Judge agrees to lift Paul Manafort house arrest, insists on curfew, GPS monitoring

A federal judge has agreed to release Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort from house arrest once he meets a series of conditions that would hold his family liable to forfeit $10 million in assets if he fails to appear in court. → Read More

Jeff Sessions: Political bias in FBI a serious matter

Attorney General Jeff Sessions said the Justice Department is taking concerns about political bias within the FBI seriously and that he generally believes the bureau "is doing a great job around the country." → Read More

Grassley presses DOJ for info on FBI official’s anti-Trump texts

The Senate Judiciary Committee chairman is asking the Justice Department to provide information that could clarify a senior FBI official's cryptic text messages, which have raised concerns that bias against President Trump seeped into recent investigations. → Read More