The Justice Department Will Investigate Policing Practices In Louisville After Breonna Taylor Was Killed
It’s the second investigation launched by DOJ into civil rights abuses by police in the past week.
The court’s conservative justices have signaled an interest in revisiting the scope of the Second Amendment.
The Justice Department Is Backing A Trans Woman Who Says She Was Repeatedly Raped In Men’s Prisons In Georgia
Biden has pledged to revive protections for all LGBTQ people that the Trump administration rolled back.
The announcement from Attorney General Merrick Garland came a day after a jury convicted former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin of murdering George Floyd.
Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick Died Of Natural Causes After The Insurrection, A Medical Examiner Concluded
Two alleged rioters have been charged with spraying a chemical irritant at Sicknick, but not in his death.
Ethan Nordean and Joseph Biggs had been allowed to go home after they were first arrested.
Prosecutors also accused Stone and his wife of putting more than $1 million into corporate accounts to finance a “lavish lifestyle” and avoid paying their tax debt.
The Oath Keepers Were Ready To “Ferry” A Stash Of Firearms To The Capitol On Jan. 6, Prosecutors Say
A judge ordered Kenneth Harrelson, indicted in the Oath Keepers conspiracy, to stay in jail after finding “strong evidence” that he posed a danger to the community.
The judge called the decision to reverse an earlier ruling and allow Federico Klein to go home a "close" one.
“We want to push the administration to be better. It’s not just, ‘You’re not Trump.’”
Prosecutors Are Nearing A Cooperation Deal With A Man Accused Of Using Bear Spray Against Capitol Police
Jon Schaffer, who wore an Oath Keepers hat on Jan. 6, has been doing “debrief” interviews and is a potential cooperator, according to a court filing that was mistakenly posted publicly.
Two Members Of The Oath Keepers Who Allegedly Rode A “Grand Theft” Golf Cart To The Capitol Riot Were Indicted
Two more members of the Oath Keepers were added to the government’s conspiracy case. Their conversations while riding to the riot are detailed in a new indictment.
Garret Miller also tweeted “Assassinate AOC” after the Jan. 6 insurrection. (Warning: This article contains graphic racist language.)
A Judge Ruled Trump’s Campaign Can’t Enforce An Ex-Staffer’s “Unduly Burdensome” Nondisclosure Agreement
The decision keeps alive a legal fight that could end up voiding all NDAs signed by staffers who worked on Trump’s 2016 campaign.
In the latest case, two US Capitol Police officers sued Trump for the injuries they sustained during the Jan. 6 insurrection.
The White House announced judicial nominees who would break barriers if confirmed.
A judge ordered Eric Munchel and Lisa Eisenhart released to home detention.
The DC Circuit ruling was applied almost immediately to two defendants in the Oath Keepers conspiracy case who were granted bond.
The Justice Department Is Investigating Officials Who Talked To The Press About The Capitol Riot Investigation
Michael Sherwin, the former acting US Attorney in DC, had told media “the facts” support charging some Capitol rioters with sedition.
Powell is facing billion-dollar lawsuits after accusing voting technology companies of rigging the election.