Tag: Department of Justice
7 Russian GRU officers indicted for computer hacking and money laundering
According to the indictment, the GRU officers were charged with conspiracy to commit computer crimes, aggravated identity theft, and conspiracy to launder money.
DOJ drop remaining charges against #J20 protesters
"Upon consideration of the government's motion to dismiss in this case, it is: ORDERED that these cases be dismissed without prejudice."
Trump administration stops fight against transgender troops
On January 1, 2018, openly transgender people will be allowed to enlist in the U.S. military.
Trump’s rollback of civil rights
Trump has made clear his priorities: Benefit the most comfortable Americans and stick it to the most vulnerable.
Why is the Department of Justice defending Trump’s fleecing of America?
We the people need to be represented, against Donald Trump’s far-flung businesses. Trump can afford his own lawyer.
Observers sent to polling places to help protect voters
These poll watchers will be sent to places more likely to be affected by racial discrimination, intimidation or other means of depriving voters.
Will the DOJ or FCC Stop the AT&T Merger From Creating...
“If you’re not a Time Warner shareholder ... if you’re not a Wall Street banker, there is very little in this deal for you.”
DOJ Epipen Price Gouging Deal Lacking Hundreds of Millions, Criminal Investigations
“By ending this investigation now, DOJ may forgo an effective investigation regarding the facts and scope of criminal wrongdoing.”
Ending Private Prisons at the Federal Level Marks a Major Movement...
The DOJ’s announcement is certainly not a knock-out blow for private prison firms. But it's a start.
BREAKING: Justice Department Breaks Ties with Private Prisons
The Department of Justice will phase out their use of private prisons altogether, dealing a significant blow to several private-prison corporations.