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The city of Raleigh is due to receive federal assistance to help reduce crime. Raleigh police is set to receive consultant feedback, training and other resources as part of the National Public Safety Partnership.
Destinee Patterson, WRAL reporter
Google will face off in court Tuesday against government officials who accuse the company of antitrust violations in its massive search business, kicking off a long-anticipated showdown that could reshape one of the internet's most dominant platforms.
Brian Fung, CNN
Five Democratic lawmakers of the U.S. House of Representatives asked the Department of Justice to investigate the Oct. 5 stop and search of a charter bus carrying 18 Shaw University students.
Leslie Moreno, WRAL reporter
Attorney General Merrick Garland is set to make a statement Thursday afternoon. It comes after three days of silence over the FBI's raid of Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate.
In his first public statement since federal agents searched former President Donald Trump's home at Mar-a-Lago earlier this week, Attorney General Merrick Garland on Thursday said that the Justice Department had filed in court a request that the search warrant and property receipt from the search be unsealed.
By Tierney Sneed, Evan Perez, Hannah Rabinowitz and Zachary Cohen, CNN
WASHINGTON -- It was New Year's Eve, but the Justice Department's top leaders had little to celebrate as they admonished Jeffrey Clark, the acting head of the civil division, for repeatedly pushing them to help President Donald Trump undo his electoral loss.
Katie Benner and Charlie Savage, New York Times
The US Justice Department detailed for the first time on Tuesday the scale of its investigation into last week's US Capitol breach as officials vowed to hold all participants that broke the law accountable.
By Paul LeBlanc, CNN
Acting U.S. Attorney Michael Sherwin and Steven D'Antuono of the FBI's Washington Field Office provide updates on charges related to last week's riot at the U.S. Capitol.
The Justice Department's top election crimes prosecutor resigned Monday in protest after Attorney General William Barr told federal prosecutors that they should examine allegations of voting irregularities before states move to certify results in the coming weeks.
By Evan Perez, CNN Justice Correspondent
The political fallout from a case that divided President Trump and the Justice Department is far from done.
After issuing a series of high-profile pardons, President Trump asserted that he's America's top law enforcement officer.
A group of federal judges hastily postponed an emergency meeting that was scheduled to take place Wednesday to discuss concerns about President Donald Trump and the Justice Department's intervention in politically charged cases.
By Ariane de Vogue, CNN Supreme Court Reporter
U.S. Department of Justice officials, Gov. Roy Cooper and SBI Director Bob Schurmeier announce $165 million in DOJ grants to state, local and tribal law enforcement agencies.
Special counsel Robert Mueller is making his first public statement on the Russia investigation amid demands for him to testify in Washington.
The Justice Department continued to investigate WikiLeaks last year even after the secret indictment of its founder, Julian Assange, seeking to question at least two of the anti-secrecy organization's volunteers about their activities, according to interviews and a letter obtained by The New York Times.
Katie Benner and Scott Shane, New York Times
The Trump administration broadened its attack on the Affordable Care Act on Monday, telling a federal appeals court that it now believed the entire law should be invalidated.
Robert Pear, New York Times
WASHINGTON — Sen. Lindsey Graham, chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, vowed Sunday to investigate whether the top officials at the Justice Department and the FBI plotted an “attempted bureaucratic coup” to remove President Donald Trump from office, and said he would subpoena the former FBI director and the deputy attorney general if necessary.
Sheryl Gay Stolberg, New York Times