Two of the world's most notorious "darknet" marketplaces have been knocked out in a one-two punch that officials say yielded a trove of new intelligence about drugs and weapons merchants that operate from hidden corners of the internet.
By Sadie Gurman, Associated Press and Kyle Potter, Associated Press
The practice has been criticized because it allows law enforcement to take possessions — such as cars and money — without indictments or evidence a crime has been committed.
By Sadie Gurman, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Attorney General Jeff Sessions is visiting Guantanamo Bay on Friday in a show of support for the prison he has called a “perfectly acceptable” place to detain new terrorism suspects, as opposed to holding them in the U.S.
By Sadie Gurman and Russell Contreras, Associated Press
More than half of the 250,000 hate crimes that took place each year between 2004 and 2015 went unreported to law enforcement for a variety of reasons, according to a special report on hate crimes from the Bureau of Justice…
By Chad Day and Jeff Horwitz, Associated Press
President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, has registered with the Justice Department as a foreign agent for political consulting work he did for a Ukrainian political party.
By Associated Press
BETHESDA, Md. — The Justice Department will help 12 U.S. cities develop long-term strategies to decrease violent crime, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Tuesday.
By Jessica Huseman and Annie Waldman, ProPublica
Previously unannounced directives will limit the Department of Justice’s use of a storied civil rights enforcement tool, and loosen the Department of Education’s requirements on investigations.
By Associated Press
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is on Capitol Hill today at 10 a.m. ET, addressing the budget appropriations committees for both the House and the Senate. Watch his statements here.
By Hope Yen, Associated Press
Attorney General Jeff Sessions says he wants his testimony before the Senate intelligence committee to be open to the public.
Comey says in his Senate Intelligence Committee hearing that he was confused by the request and it was one of the reasons he felt the need to publicly announce his findings in the Clinton email case.
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