House Republicans Introduce Articles Of Impeachment Against Rod RosensteinA handful of conservative members of Congress officially introduced articles of impeachment against Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein on Wednesday in a move that had been threatened for weeks.
Feds Reopen Investigation Of Emmett Till's Murder In 1955The Justice Department said it received “new information” about the case, but the report did not indicate what that information might be.
Separated Families Decry Conflicting Information As Reunification Deadline PassesFifty-four immigrant children separated from their parents will be reunited with their families Tuesday – just a few more than half of the 102 children under five years old the government was court-ordered to reunite by today.
Supreme Court: Warrant Generally Needed To Track Cell Phone Location DataThe ruling is a major victory for advocates of increased privacy rights who argued more protections were needed when it comes to the government obtaining information from a third party such as a cell phone company.
Former Top Federal Prosecutors Call On Sessions To End 'Zero Tolerance' At BorderThe most visible byproduct of the Trump administration's practice, known as "zero tolerance," has resulted in thousands of children being separated from their parents.
James Comey Described As 'Insubordinate' In DOJ Inspector General's ReportA long-awaited report by the Justice Department inspector general on the handling of the Hillary Clinton email investigation by the FBI and Justice Department is expected to focus on former FBI chief James Comey and the decisions he made during the course of the Clinton investigation, CBS News' Paula Reid reports.
Federal Judge Sides With Philadelphia In Sanctuary City Lawsuit Against Trump AdministrationA federal judge ruled Wednesday that the Trump administration cannot cut off grants to Philadelphia over the way the city deals with immigrants in the country illegally.
James Comey Pushes Back On Trump's Spying ClaimsMultiple outlets reported last week that a confidential source working for the FBI spoke with several Trump campaign aides.
Appeals Court Upholds Injunction Blocking Trump Policy Punishing Sanctuary CitiesLast year, U.S. District Judge Harry Leinenweber ruled U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions and the Justice Department could not deny requests for law enforcement grants from cities that refused to comply with strict immigration policies, such as allowing federal agents access to local jails.
Justice Dept. Taps Chicago's U.S. Attorney To Oversee Document Release To HouseChicago’s top federal prosecutor will oversee the FBI’s production of documents the House Judiciary Committee is seeking as part of a probe into the bureau’s handling of the Hillary Clinton email case.
Justice Dept. Threatens To Subpoena Records Of 'Sanctuary Cities' In Growing Immigration RiftThe move is part of the Trump administration's promised crackdown on cities and states that refuse to help enforce U.S. immigration laws.
Feds Want To Keep DOJ Report Out Of Chicago Police Officer’s TrialThe report “would mislead the jury, and would confuse the pertinent issues” in Officer Marco Proano’s trial, prosecutors said.
Chicago Sues Attorney General Sessions Over Plan To Withhold Funds From Sanctuary CitiesThe federal lawsuit challenges new rules that would make it impossible for sanctuary cities like Chicago to receive some federal grants.
Black Lives Matter Lawsuit Seeks Federal Court Oversight Of CPDThe suit comes amid a chorus of people calling for a judge to oversee reforms sparked by a federal review of the Chicago Police Department.
After Comey Firing, Chicago FBI Boss Interviewed For Interim DirectorA Justice official confirmed FBI Special Agent Michael Anderson was among four people interviewed for interim director after Comey's firing.