Feds To Investigate Billionaire Epstein's Sex Plea DealThe quiet ending to a federal sex abuse probe is now getting a probe of its own.
US Charges Russian National With Being A Foreign AgentAnother indictment from the US government came down on the same day that President Donald Trump visited with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, Republicans Clash In Fiery HearingThe divide among lawmakers is growing again this week.
Senate Judiciary Committee Questions FBI Director Chris Wray On Clinton Email ReportFBI Director Christopher Wray went to Capitol Hill Monday to answer lawmakers' questions about last week's watchdog report about the Hillary Clinton e-mail probe.
Judge Approves Merger Between AT&T And Time WarnerA major media purchase is moving forward following a judge’s decision.
Justice Department Proposes Banning Rapid-Fire Bump StocksProgress continues to be made in the efforts to change gun laws following the deadly school shooting in Parkland, Florida.
Manafort Sues DOJ, Mueller Over Russia Probe AuthorityFormer Donald Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort is facing some serious charges but that isn’t keeping him away from the courtroom.
Prosecutors Want Manafort Bail Deal PulledFormer Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort could find himself in more hot water after being indicted in October.
Justice Department Set To Sue To Block AT&T-Time Warner DealThe Justice Department is set to file a lawsuit to block AT&T's takeover of Time Warner, a source familiar with the matter says.
Atty. General Sessions Singles Out MS-13 Gang In CrackdownThe Justice Department is planning a tough crackdown on violent gangs, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Tuesday.
House Panel Says It May Subpoena Trump Wiretap Evidence The House intelligence committee says it may opt to subpoena the Justice Department if it does not provide possible evidence that President Donald Trump was wiretapped during the election.
US Sues VW Over Emissions-Cheating Software In Diesel CarsThe Justice Department has filed a lawsuit against Volkswagen over emissions-cheating software found in nearly 600,000 vehicles sold in the United States.
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.
S. Fla Airports Prepare For Change Amid American-US Airways MergerUS Airways makes its final flight ahead of a merger with American Airlines.
Dade Gets $1.9M For Backlog Of Untested Rape KitsFlorida is getting grant money to eliminate or reduce the number of untested sexual assault kits in parts of the state.