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The US Department of Justice has charged 48 people in Minnesota for stealing $250 million from a federal program designed to provide meals for needy children during the coronavirus pandemic
The President has appointed Robin Phukan, to be an Additional Judge of the Gauhati High Court, for a period of two years with effect from the date he assumes charge of his office, read the notification
It is not clear whether the attorney-general’s deliberations were influenced by Trump’s refusal to concede his election loss or his fury over Barr’s acknowledgment last week that the justice department uncovered no widespread voting fraud
Under previous administrations, presidents have largely granted pardons after they have gone through a formal review process at the Justice Department
On Tuesday, the Department of Justice sued Google for anticompetitive practices, in the most significant antitrust action by the US government against a technology company in decades
Department of Justice asks to take over Donald Trump’s defence in defamation lawsuit by rape accuser
The move is in keeping with a DoJ that has time and again advanced a broad vision of executive power and has frequently shielded the president
US authorities file lawsuits against call centres, mostly from India, for making fake robocalls to its citizens, causing financial losses
The US alleges that the defendants operated voice over internet protocol (VoIP) carriers, which use an internet connection rather than traditional copper phone lines to carry telephone calls.
Delrahim also said that, by protecting competition, his department “can have an impact on privacy and data protection.”
Indian sentenced to six years imprisonment for providing tech support to telemarketing scam in US, to be deported at end of term
An Indian college intern in the US has been sentenced to five years in prison for providing tech support to a telemarketing fraud scheme that duped about two dozen senior citizens of their retirement savings amounting to nearly a $ one million.
US prosecutors ask judge to reject Huawei's motion for seeking information on its lead defense lawyer
Brooklyn case against Huawei was cited last month in a decision to add the company to a U.S. trade blacklist.
Helen Mirren recently gave a tribute to traditional cinemas at the CinemaCon on 2 April.
Special counsel Robert Mueller concludes Russia-Donald Trump probe, delivers final report to Attorney General William Barr
Special counsel Robert Mueller on Friday turned over his long-awaited final report on the contentious Russia investigation that has cast a dark shadow over Donald Trump's presidency, entangled Trump's family and resulted in criminal charges against some of the president's closest associates.
Donald Trump says public should see 'ridiculous' Robert Mueller report: 'Let's see whether or not it's legit'
US President Donald Trump said he believes special counsel Robert Mueller's report should be released to the public, even as he disparaged its very existence as "ridiculous."
Apple terminated Levoff after an internal probe and trains employees about their legal obligations.
Irregular meetings of advisory council won't help national mission for legal reforms or bring down pendency as cases pile up
The composition of the mission includes an advisory council, governing council, mission director and national mission leader.
Donald Trump’s greatest fear comes true: Former fixer Michael Cohen to testify publicly in US Congress 7 February before going to jail
Television reality star turned US president Donald Trump will be face to face with his worst fears via the same medium he obsesses about: must-watch television that may well rival Super Bowl ratings. Trump's former fixer Michael Cohen will testify publicly in US Congress on 7 February about Trump dirt that has already hit the ceiling as White House lawyers up for what's turning out to be a terrible year for the US president.
Robert Mueller considers new charges against Paul Manafort as Donald Trump family members become central figures in Russia probe
Robert Mueller, the special counsel in the Russia investigation, is still considering filing new charges against former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort after his plea deal fell apart over allegations of lying to investigators, prosecutors said Friday.
Rattled by Michael Cohen guilty plea, Donald Trump White House braces for Paul Manafort case Friday as Robert Mueller endgame closes in
Donald Trump’s former campaign manager Paul Manafort’s case comes up in a Washington DC court Friday barely 48 hours after news broke that he has gone rogue on his co-operation agreement with special counsel Robert Mueller who is investigating a range of alleged Russian involvement in the Trump 2016 campaign.
Donald Trump's answers to Robert Mueller begin leaking to media; Russia probe bombshell may be in sight
The contents of two of US President Donald Trump written answers to special counsel Robert Mueller were revealed in a CNN newsbreak Wednesday. CNN is reporting, citing sources, that Trump told Mueller that Roger Stone did not tell him about WikiLeaks, nor was he told about the 2016 Trump Tower meeting between his son Donald Trump Jr, campaign officials and a Russian lawyer who promised dirt on Hillary Clinton.
Democratic senators sue over Donald Trump pick Mathew Whitaker's appointment as AG; the gloves are off after Republicans' drubbing in midterms
Fresh from their 'blue wave' performance in the US midterm elections where they retook the House majority, three Senate Democrats filed a lawsuit Monday arguing that Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker's appointment is unconstitutional and asking a federal judge to remove him.