New measures include plans for the Justice Department to crack down on self-assembled "ghost guns," and make "stabilising braces" subject to registration under the National Firearms Act.
Investigators say Mariam Taha Thompson accessed and shared with a Lebanese citizen dozens of files about human sources who had helped US kill top Iranian general Qassem Soleimani last year.
A coalition of civil rights groups sued the state in Atlanta federal court just hours after it was signed into law, arguing that the measures are intended to make it harder for people – particularly Black voters – to cast ballots.
A 15-page American intelligence report has added heft to longstanding allegations that some of Donald Trump’s top lieutenants were playing into Moscow’s hands.
The US Justice Department says former employees of United’s cargo division falsified parcel-delivery information allowing the airlines to collect millions of dollars in payments.
The Justice Department said the hackers were responsible for a wide range of criminal activity and high-profile intrusions across South and Southeast Asia, Mexico, and Africa, including a retaliatory 2014 attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment.
A federal prosecutor says the Washington US attorney's office does not expect to charge anyone with "incitement" or "insurrection" amid calls for legal action against President Trump, Rudy Giuliani and others for encouraging the Capitol riots.
US Justice Department says Walmart ignored warning signs from its pharmacists and filled thousands of invalid prescriptions.
Riyadh has requested that the Crown Prince Muhammed bin Salman be shielded from a US lawsuit accusing him of sending a death squad to kill Saad Aljabri, a former Saudi spymaster.
The move comes after a federal court in Pennsylvania blocked the Trump administration from carrying out the ban, which had been ordered on claims TikTok posed a national security threat.
In a far-reaching plea deal, Purdue formally admitted to criminal conduct related to distribution of its painkillers and agreed to pay $225 million to resolve US Justice Department investigations.
The department said it was prepared to file a lawsuit against Yale if the school, in Connecticut, did not take "remedial measures."
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