Yesterday, Attorney General Merrick B. Garland, Deputy Attorney General Lisa O. Monaco and Associate Attorney General Vanita Gupta met virtually with members of FAMM and a number of individuals and their families who have been impacted by the federal criminal justice system.
- California Nebula Stars in Final Mosaic by NASA’s Spitzer
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- Acting Deputy Assistant Attorney General Robert A. Zink Delivers Remarks at Virtual GIR Live Interactive: Regional Spotlight-North America
December 9, 2020It’s wonderful to speak with you here this morning. And I’m sorry we can’t do this in person. But I’m still delighted to have the opportunity to be here to say a few words about white-collar criminal enforcement, albeit virtually.
- Six Additional Individuals Indicted On Antitrust Charges In Ongoing Broiler Chicken Investigation
October 7, 2020A federal grand jury in the U.S. District Court in Denver, Colorado, returned a superseding indictment charging six additional defendants for their roles in a previously indicted conspiracy to fix prices and rig bids for broiler chicken products, and containing additional allegations against the previously charged defendants in the same conspiracy, the Department of Justice announced today. The superseding indictment also charges one defendant with making false statements and obstruction of justice.
- Release of the Climate Adaptation and Resilience Plan
October 8, 2021Ned Price, Department [Read More…]
- Houthis’ Ship Seizure Threatens International Trade and Security
January 4, 2022Ned Price, Department [Read More…]
- Algeria Travel Advisory
September 26, 2020Reconsider travel to [Read More…]
- Department of Justice Files Statement of Interest Challenging New Mexico’s More Stringent COVID-19 Capacity Limits on Private Schools than Public Schools
September 21, 2020The Department of Justice today filed a statement of interest in a New Mexico federal court asserting that the States’ COVID-19 rules limiting private schools to operating at 25% of capacity but allowing public schools to operate at 50% of capacity violate the Equal Protection Clause of the U.S. Constitution.
- Fort Bend County home health owner charged with copying and pasting doctor signatures
May 2, 2021A 60-year-old Richmond [Read More…]
- Secretary Blinken’s Call with Mexican Foreign Secretary Ebrard
September 21, 2021
- Laredo man sentenced for marijuana smuggling operation
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- 15 Named In $26 Million International Trade Fraud Scheme
December 15, 2020A federal grand jury in Houston, Texas, has returned a criminal indictment against eight individuals, while a related civil complaint has charged 14 individuals and one company relating to international trade fraud violations stemming from a decade-long scheme involving tires from China.
- Two Executives Plead Guilty to Large-Scale Visa Fraud Employment Scheme
October 7, 2021Two Florida business executives and a Florida-based company pleaded guilty today in the Southern District of Georgia to charges related to their roles in a scheme to recruit and hire foreign nationals who were not authorized to work in the United States to fill temporary housekeeping and food service positions and commit various other criminal immigration offenses for profit.
- Federated States of Micronesia Independence Day
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- Secretary Blinken’s Meeting with Swiss President and Foreign Minister Cassis
January 21, 2022
- Justice Department Secures Agreement to Improve Web Accessibility for Public Transportation Users with Disabilities in Champaign-Urbana, Illinois
December 14, 2021The Justice Department announced today that it has entered into a settlement agreement with the Champaign-Urbana Mass Transit District (MTD) to resolve alleged violations of Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
- Secretary Antony J. Blinken Remarks to Mission Mexico Staff
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- Attorney General Merrick Garland Recognizes Individuals and Organizations for Service to Crime Victims
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- U.S. Participation in the Fall 2021 Ad Hoc Liaison Committee Meeting for the Palestinians
November 17, 2021
- Texan sentenced for attempting to smuggle over 70 people in one trailer
May 12, 2021A 24-year-old Corpus [Read More…]
- Department of Justice Revises Policy Governing Grants Associated with Foreign-Made Unmanned Aircraft Systems
October 8, 2020The Department of Justice today announced that its Office of Justice Programs (OJP) has issued a revised policy governing the award of grants for the purchase and operation of foreign-made Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS). The new policy requires grant recipients to utilize OJP funds to procure and operate UAS only in a manner that promotes public safety, protects individuals’ privacy and civil liberties, and mitigates the risks of cyber intrusion and foreign influence.