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The Justice Department must give to Congress secret grand jury testimony from special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation, a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday, giving the House a win in a separation-of-powers clash with the Trump administration.
The federal criminal trial of Idaho state Rep. John O. Green, R-Post Falls, appears to be nearing an end in Texas, as the defense has begun presenting witnesses in the case in which Green is charged with helping a wealthy Texas couple hide assets to avoid paying income taxes.
The immigration court system under the Trump administration has become a “deportation machine,“ two groups said in a lawsuit filed in federal court on Wednesday.
President Donald Trump has signed an executive order creating a White House task force on missing and slain American Indians and Alaska Natives.
A suspected neo-Nazi with ties to Washington state is facing a federal gun charge after being arrested in Texas earlier this month.
The Justice Department has shifted its review of the Russia investigation to a formal criminal inquiry.
The Yakama Nation was awarded more than $3 million in grants, the Kalispel Indian Community of the Kalispel Reservation was awarded $698,000 and the Colville Tribe was awarded $584,000, according to a U.S. Department of Justice news release.
The Justice Department said Monday it would move forward to expand the number of marijuana growers for federally-authorized cannabis research.
A House committee has voted to hold two top Trump administration officials in contempt of Congress
The Justice Department said Sunday that special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation did not find evidence that President Donald Trump’s campaign “conspired or coordinated” with Russia to influence the 2016 presidential election.
A federal lawsuit alleging that the Kootenai County Sheriff Ben Wolfinger orchestrated the firing of a captain in retaliation for informing the county about the misuse of drug forfeiture money could soon be moving to a settlement conference, according to court filings this week.
The Department of Justice announced Thursday the award of nearly $700,000 to the Kalispel Tribe of Indians as part of grant to help victims of human trafficking.
A man was sentenced in Spokane on Thursday to 19 years in federal prison for leading and organizing a years-long drug conspiracy.
During the longest-ever government shutdown, the federal judiciary has remained open, allowing the wheels of justice to keep turning in most criminal cases. But many civil cases have come to a halt because the U.S. Department of Justice doesn’t have enough attorneys working to handle them.
The Justice Department late Monday issued a legal opinion that could further restrict online gambling even as some states have been moving to embrace it – a restriction long sought by GOP megadonor Sheldon Adelson, who controls one of the world’s largest casino empires.
Gabriel Trinidad Lopez will spend more than two years in federal prison after pleading guilty to a firearms charge in July. Lopez is a member of the Mongols Outlaw motorcycle gang, according to authorities.
The Trump administration announced a deal in March that would allow the long-closed Bunker Hill Mine to reopen. But the Canadian company trying to restart mining operations has financial troubles, and one of its major investors is facing fraud charges.
The Spokane Police Department released a final report on a years-long police reform initiative in partnership with the Department of Justice.
About 500 of the more than 2,300 children separated from their families at the border have been reunited since May, a senior Trump administration official said Thursday, as confusion mounted along the U.S.-Mexico border over the “zero tolerance” policy that called for the prosecution of anyone caught entering the country illegally.
A three-month, nationwide law enforcement effort dubbed “Operation Broken Heart” led to the arrests of more than 2,300 people suspected of sexually abusing children and dealing in child pornography, authorities said Tuesday.