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Sessions Announces Criminal Charges Against Suspected Caravan Members

The Justice Department is acting quickly against suspected members of the so-called "caravan" of immigrants who allegedly illegally entered the country, escalating a showdown with immigration activists who are trying to rally support for Central American asylum-seekers aiming to gain entry to the United States at the San Diego border. The post Sessions Announces Criminal Charges Against Suspected Caravan Members appeared first on Washington Free Beacon. ... [...]

May 1, 2018

FBI Delays Release of Communications With Firm That Examined DNC Servers

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has pushed back the estimated completion date of a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request for documents pertaining to its communications with the security firm that examined the Democratic National Committee's hacked servers to October. The post FBI Delays Release of Communications With Firm That Examined DNC Servers appeared first on Washington Free Beacon. ... [...]

April 28, 2018

DOJ Inspector General Report Cites FBI’s McCabe for Misconduct

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Department of Justice’s inspector general disclosed a report on Friday that concluded that former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe had repeatedly misled investigators about his role in giving information to a reporter. The post DOJ Inspector General Report Cites FBI’s McCabe for Misconduct appeared first on Washington Free Beacon. ... [...]

April 13, 2018

DOJ Announces Arrests of 8 Who Tried to Buy Guns Illegally

The Department of Justice (DOJ) announced on Wednesday that one of its gun crime initiatives has resulted in the arrest of 8 suspects who attempted to purchase guns despite being prohibited from doing so. The post DOJ Announces Arrests of 8 Who Tried to Buy Guns Illegally appeared first on Washington Free Beacon. ... [...]

March 30, 2018

Poll: Americans Oppose Death Penalty Abolition 2 to 1

Voters oppose abolishing the death penalty 64 to 31 percent, according to a recently released poll of American voters from Quinnipiac University. The post Poll: Americans Oppose Death Penalty Abolition 2 to 1 appeared first on Washington Free Beacon. ... [...]

March 26, 2018

U.S. Charges Nine Iranians With Massive Cyber-Campaign on Behalf of IRGC

The Justice Department on Friday unsealed criminal indictments against nine Iranians, charging them with conducting a massive cyber-theft campaign against hundreds of American and foreign universities, more than two dozen companies, and other victims. The post U.S. Charges Nine Iranians With Massive Cyber-Campaign on Behalf of IRGC appeared first on Washington Free Beacon. ... [...]

March 24, 2018

Trump Announces Tough-on-Crime Nominees to Sentencing Commission

President Donald Trump on Thursday announced four new nominees to the United States Sentencing Commission (USSC), at least two of whom, if confirmed, would bring a tough-on-crime attitude to the federal government's sentencing advisory body. The post Trump Announces Tough-on-Crime Nominees to Sentencing Commission appeared first on Washington Free Beacon. ... [...]

March 3, 2018

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