Department Of Justice: 'Expect Action' On Social Distancing Regulations Impacting Religious InstitutionsWith social distancing regulations impacting religious institutions across the United States, the Department of Justice said to "expect action" on the matter soon.
DOJ To Reunite Fewer Than Half Of Separated Children Aged Under 5 By Deadline, ACLU SaysWhile the Trump Administration stopped enforcing the policy of separating children from their parents at the border, many of those families are still waiting to be reunited.
Department Of Justice Provides $1 Million Grant To Parkland First RespondersSome financial aid is coming for the authorities who jumped into action following the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
NYT: Rachel Brand, 3rd Ranking Official At Justice Dept., ResignsRachel Brand, the third-ranking official at the Justice Department, resigned Friday, The New York Times reported.
Russia Memo Released, Alleges FBI Abused Its Surveillance Tools In Favor Of DemocratsPresident Donald Trump has authorized the release of a controversial Republican memo and has sent word to the House Intelligence Committee the document may be made public.
Whistleblower: Flynn Told Colleague Russia Sanctions Would Be 'Ripped Up'The whistleblower's account provides the strongest claim yet that the administration was focused on unraveling the sanctions against Russia.
'They Destroyed His Life': Trump Defends Flynn, Takes Aim At FBI & DOJPresident Donald Trump fired off tweets taking aim at the Department of Justice and the FBI after his former national security adviser Michael Flynn plead guilty.
'Don't Do It': Sessions Says DOJ Tripled Leak InvestigationsU.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions had a warning for would-be leakers Friday morning.
Florida May Be Breaking Law In Selling Personal Info To CompaniesU.S. Senator Bill Nelson is asking the federal government to investigate Florida's practice of selling residents' personal information to private companies.
Justice Dept. Will Have Eyes On Florida On Election DayThe Justice Department will monitor polls in 28 states, including Florida, on election day, officials said Monday.
Justice Dept. Wants Pulse 911 Case Kept In Federal CourtThe U.S. Department of Justice on Friday appealed a ruling involving whether hundreds of 911 calls recorded during a massacre at a gay nightclub in Florida can be released.
Justice Dept. To Phase Out Use Of Private PrisonsThe U.S. Department of Justice says they will be phasing out their use of privately owned prisons.
South Florida Remembers Trayvon Martin At Weekend EventThe Trayvon Martin Foundation hosted it's 4th annual Remembrance Weekend featuring music, entertainment and a memorial Peace Walk and dinner.
Federal Investigation Underway Into Florida Mosque ThreatFederal authorities are looking into a threat made against a Florida mosque.
Comcast Experimenting With Internet Data LimitJust three years after Comcast began offering unlimited service for home use, the nation's largest cable and broadband provider has begun charging extra for heavy data usage.