Since April, at least 69 people have been appointed or transferred to political jobs within the administration with little or no fanfare. A ProPublica investigation reveals who some of them are.
Republican Sen. John McCain says if the president is not prepared to hold Putin accountable for Russian interference in the 2016 elections, the Helsinki summit should not take place.
Justice Department officials say they want the public to better understand how they interpret a law meant to allow Americans to know when foreign entities are trying to influence public opinion or policymakers.
An examination of the threats from terror groups, as imagined in the Joint Land, Air, and Sea Strategic Special Program, offers unique clues to the Pentagon’s fears for the future.
In a segment dedicated to analyzing flaws in the way immigrants' legal cases are tried, the "Last Week Tonight" host points out some pretty serious problems.
A three-judge appellate panel rules that the government should have time to try to release the 17-year-old so she can obtain the procedure outside of federal custody.
The Department of Justice has requested information on users who "liked" a page that helped organize protests.
The Justice Department finds "insufficient evidence to support federal criminal civil rights charges."
Such a policy change would put survivors in a vulnerable position in which they could be shamed for reporting an attack.