Inmate With Covid-19 Executed After Supreme Court Clears Way

WASHINGTON—The Supreme Court cleared the way for the first execution of an inmate suffering from Covid-19, rejecting claims that the

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Departing Antitrust Chief Backs Changes to Strengthen Enforcement

WASHINGTON—The Justice Department’s antitrust chief, Makan Delrahim, has presided over a tumultuous time for the enforcement of U.S. competition law.

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Justice Department Probe Faults Sessions in Pressing Policy of Separating Immigrant Families

WASHINGTON—Top Justice Department officials knew their zero-tolerance policy of arresting all adults crossing the border illegally would result in migrant

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New York Attorney General Sues NYPD Over Protest Response

The New York attorney general sued New York City’s mayor and police commissioner over their handling of last year’s violent

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Defense Act Expands Scope of Foreign Bank Records U.S. Authorities Can Obtain

U.S. authorities have more power to obtain documents from foreign banks with U.S. correspondent accounts under recently passed defense-policy legislation. A

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DOJ Settles First Civil PPP Fraud Case Against Bankrupt Online Retailer

A bankrupt internet retailer is the first borrower under the Paycheck Protection Program to settle civil Justice Department fraud allegations

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President Trump’s Second Impeachment: What It Means and How the Process Works

The House of Representatives impeached President Trump for a second time, just over a year after it first impeached him

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With Nerves Raw and Troops on Guard, House Impeaches President Trump

WASHINGTON—As the House weighed removing President Trump from office for last week’s violent riot, a small army was on hand

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