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T-Mobile and Sprint May Offload $6 Billion in Assets to Dish...

Dish Network Corp. is "in talks" to buy up assets that T-Mobile and Sprint are planning to sell off in order to have their...

Report: The FTC May Be Considering Closer Antitrust Scrutiny of Amazon

The Federal Trade Commission is putting Amazon under "closer watch," a move that may signify heightened interest in some kind of antitrust investigation against...

Michael Avenatti arrested on federal charges of wire fraud and extortion

Attorney Michael Avenatti has been arrested on federal charges in two separate cases in California and New York, federal prosecutors in both states said...

De Blasio administration will pay more than $5 million after scamming...

New York City will reimburse the federal government more than $5 million for its attempt to scam the Federal Emergency Management Agency with bogus...

DOJ, Labor Dept to target employers that ‘discriminate’ against Americans by...

The Departments of Justice (DOJ) and Labor (DOL) announced an agreement Tuesday to work together in cracking down on companies that "discriminate" against U.S....

Russian woman charged with acting as Kremlin agent, ‘infiltrating organizations’

A Russian woman living in D.C. has been charged for conspiring to work for the Russian government by establishing relationships and infiltrating organizations that...

Sessions: DOJ Not Like The Nazis Because They Were Trying To...

Attorney General Jeff Sessions rejected claims that the Justice Department's new zero-tolerance immigration policy echoed Nazi Germany because concentration camps "were trying to...

Rosenstein to ask House to investigate committee staff: report

Deputy Attorney General Rod RosensteinRod Jay RosensteinThe Constitution, like its Framers, roundly rejects an imperial presidency Trump: When will people start thanking me for...

Senior DOJ official resigns in wake of ObamaCare decision

A senior career Department of Justice (DOJ) official has resigned, one week after the Trump administration made a controversial announcement that it would argue...

Federal judge rules against Trump in Philadelphia sanctuary city case

A federal judge on Wednesday ruled in favor of the city of Philadelphia over whether the Trump administration could withhold law enforcement grants over...