Law enforcement officials formed a kettle and trapped demonstrators on a residential street after Trump called for a crackdown.
The president used federal police to violently clear space for a photo-op as he threatened to invoke the Insurrection Act.
Instead of helping cities change police practices, the Justice Department is threatening to turn federal resources on protesters.
Inmates incarcerated at the Butner federal prison complex in North Carolina have filed suit, saying federal officials have failed to take action to stop the spread.
Fidel Torres, 62, qualified for a sentencing reduction, but the same judge who sentenced him denied it based on infractions while in custody.
The former acting head of the Justice Department doesn't reveal much about his time in office, but does praise Trump a lot.
The attorney general said he would not allow the election to be "hijacked by efforts to drum up criminal investigations of either candidate."
Judge Sullivan appointed a former judge to argue against a Justice Department motion to drop the charges against a former Trump administration official.
For years, Fox News and other conservative outlets put Flynn at the center of a grand conspiracy theory about the Russia investigation.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, America's highest court takes the historic step of conducting oral arguments over the phone.
Trump's attorney general said the Justice Department could challenge COVID-19-related infringements on constitutional rights and civil liberties.
A study released by the ACLU finds that coronavirus death models fail to account for the role jails will play in spreading COVID-19.
The attorney general said the Justice Department could hypothetically side with plaintiffs who file civil liberties lawsuits against states over quarantine orders.
The House of Representatives is entitled to see redacted portions of the testimony, according to the 2-to-1 decision.
The ruling “all but assures future Presidential stonewalling of Congress,” a dissenting judge wrote.
The House Judiciary Committee needs to examine “recent actions that smack of political interference” at the Justice Department.
“Our concern is that politically motivated enforcement of federal law could become standard practice," they wrote in a letter to the DOJ's inspector general.
The white nationalist Coast Guard lieutenant pleaded guilty to federal charges last year amid a plot to “murder innocent civilians” on a wide scale, the feds said.
A key vote on whether to allow witnesses in the Senate trial is almost certain to be defeated after GOP Sen. Lamar Alexander announced his opposition.