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Politics6 months ago
US Justice Department sues Trump adviser Navarro over White House records
The US Department of Justice has sued Peter Navarro, an adviser to former President Trump, seeking emails from his time in the White House.
US Justice Department sues Trump adviser Navarro over White House records
Politics10 months ago
Judge orders Justice Dept. to hand over certain internal legal records to ex-Trump adviser Bannon
A US judge on Wednesday ordered the Justice Department to provide former President Donald Trump's adviser Steve Bannon access to certain sensitive internal legal opinions or other related records that could potentially help bolster his defense against criminal contempt of Congress charges.
Judge orders Justice Dept. to hand over certain internal legal records to ex-Trump adviser Bannon
Politics10 months ago
Julian Assange denied US extradition appeal by UK's top court
The UK’s highest court has denied permission to Wikileaks' founder, Julian Assange, to appeal against a decision to extradite him to the United States.
Julian Assange denied US extradition appeal by UK's top court
Human Rightsone year ago
US chose not to prosecute 82% of hate-crime suspects from 2005-2019
The US Justice Department refused to prosecute the majority of federal hate crime suspects during most of the past two decades, it said in a research report on Thursday.
US chose not to prosecute 82% of hate-crime suspects from 2005-2019
#PressTVone year ago
Press TV’s editorial board weighs in on domain closure by US
Press TV’s editorial board weighs in on the US Justice Department’s recent closure of the domain of the website belonging to the network.
Press TV’s editorial board weighs in on domain closure by US
Politicsone year ago
US will no longer secretly seize journalists’ records; DOJ says after blowback
The US Justice Department has announced that it will no longer seize reporters’ records during leak investigations.
US will no longer secretly seize journalists’ records; DOJ says after blowback
Politics2 years ago
Trump asked DOJ to go to Supreme Court to overturn election: WSJ
Former President Donald Trump pushed the Department of Justice to directly ask the Supreme Court to invalidate President Joe Biden's election win, the Wall Street Journal says.
Trump asked DOJ to go to Supreme Court to overturn election: WSJ
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