FBI Director Christopher Wray says more than a dozen pipe bombs sent to prominent Democrats and CNN were "not hoax devices."…
By Joshua Barajas
Federal authorities have one person in custody in connection with a string of suspicious packages that have targeted several public figures this week, according to a top Justice Department spokesperson.
The first criminal charges alleging foreign interference in next month’s midterm elections have come to light. The Department of Justice has accused a Russian citizen of spreading distrust about American policies, candidates and debates while managing finances for a social…
By Dan Cooney, Courtney Norris
The U.S. Department of Justice is launching an investigation into child sex abuse within Pennsylvania's Roman Catholic churches, the latest fallout of widespread allegations made public by a grand jury probe this summer. Here’s a timeline of events since the…
By Associated Press
People familiar with the probe say federal prosecutors have served subpoenas on dioceses across the state.
American and Dutch officials on Thursday accused the Russian government of a widespread series of computer attacks. In the Netherlands, four Russian agents tried to hack into computers at the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons. Meanwhile, the U.S.
By Associated Press
The three defendants named in an indictment unsealed Thursday also were named in a July indictment that accused Russia of hacking Democratic email accounts and facilitating the release of stolen emails.
By Gregory Katz, Raphael Satter, Lorne Cook, Associated Press
The U.S. Justice Department on Thursday charged seven Russian intelligence officers with hacking anti-doping agencies and other organizations hours after Western officials leveled new accusations against Moscow's secretive GRU military spy agency.
By Jonathan J. Cooper, Associated Press
California Gov. Jerry Brown signed the nation's toughest net neutrality measure Sunday, prompting an immediate lawsuit by the Trump administration.
By Eric Tucker, Associated Press
President Donald Trump has postponed his highly anticipated meeting with embattled Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein until next week. The two were set to meet Thursday following news media reports that Rosenstein last year discussed possibly secretly recording the president…
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