The Department of Justice (DOJ) has resolved to indict several individuals for money laundering in connection with the $81-million Bangladesh Bank (BB) heist in February 2016, including a former manager of the Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation (RCBC), and owners of remittance firm Philrem Corporation.
A teenager with dual Israeli-U.S. citizenship has been charged with cyberstalking and making bomb threats to Jewish community centers in Florida and Georgia, the Department of Justice said Friday.
The US Department of Justice on Friday gave New York City and eight other local governments that provide “sanctuary” to illegal immigrants until June 30 to prove they’re not violating federal law by refusing to cooperate with immigration authorities.
The Trump administration said on Friday it delivered to a federal court vault in Washington, D.C., a Justice Department copy of the so-called Senate Torture Report on the CIA’s secret prison network during the George W. Bush administration.
NEW YORK – Law enforcement and other sources confirmed that a federal grand jury heard testimony from police officers about the chokehold death of Eric Garner.
Och-Ziff Capital Management Group, the New York-based hedge fund that is buying 14 ski resort properties across the country, including Loon Mountain and Mt. Sunapee, earlier this year agreed to pay $412 million in criminal and civil penalties to settle charges related to offering bribes in several African nations, with some money allegedly going to…
Senior Justice Department officials gave a “stand down” order to FBI investigators digging into the Clinton Foundation, according to a report.
The Justice Department has reportedly replaced the team of agents and lawyers investigating the death of Eric Garner at the hands of an NYPD police officer in a major shakeup that could portend federal charges.
WASHINGTON — A U.S. citizen and two Russian nationals were arrested Thursday on charges relating to the alleged illegal export of sensitive military technology from the United States to Russia, the Justice Department said.
Bank Hapoalim Ltd., Israel’s largest bank, will set aside another $70 million to settle a Department of Justice investigation into the lender’s activities in allegedly helping U.S. clients avoid paying taxes.