Four Chinese military charged by US over huge Equifax hack

China 02/11/20, 19:04

Four members of the Chinese military have been charged by the United States for stealing the personal information of over 147 million Americans by a massive cyberattack on credit rating giant Equifax. On Monday, Feb. 10, Attorney General William Barr announced the indictments, calling the hack “one of the largest data ...

Inspector General Michael Horowitz to testify about his investigation into FISA abuse

Politics 11/18/19, 19:18

DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz is scheduled to publicly testify to the Senate Judiciary Committee on December 11 about his investigation into FISA abuse. Senate Judiciary Chairman Lindsey Graham (R-SC) announced on Monday that Horowitz will talk about the findings of his investigation into the Department of Justice and FBI’s conduct. “I appreciate ...

AG William Barr presses forward with investigation into Jeffrey Epstein’s death

U.S. 08/23/19, 10:00

The U.S. Justice Department is pressing forward with its investigation into the circumstances surrounding the death of Jeffrey Epstein in federal custody. Epstein, the well-known New York financier accused of trafficking under-age women for sex, was found dead in his cell on the morning of Aug. 10. Speaking briefly for reporters, ...

20 jail workers subpoenaed in Epstein suicide probe

U.S. 08/23/19, 09:54

Federal prosecutors have subpoenaed up to 20 staff members at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York, where Jeffrey Epstein killed himself while awaiting trial on charges of sexually abusing teenage girls. Epstein had pleaded not guilty and was preparing to make the argument that he could not be charged because ...

William Barr defends police, speeds legislation against mass shooters

Politics 08/13/19, 07:22

Attorney General William Barr at the Fraternal Order of Police conference in New Orleans, on Monday, Aug. 12, defended law enforcement officers and promised to speed up new legislation against convicted mass murderers in response to the two shootings earlier this month that left scores dead in Texas and Ohio. In ...

Attorney General Barr tightens rules for US asylum cases

U.S. 07/30/19, 05:57

U.S. Attorney General William Barr is tightening restrictions on migrants seeking asylum in the United States on the basis of family relations. According to the attorney general’s written order, on Monday, July 29, family members of individuals who are eligible to receive asylum in the United States are not automatically eligible ...

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