Justice Department Files Emergency Order To Block Enforcement Of New Texas Abortion LawThe Department of Justice has filed an emergency order, asking a federal court to temporarily halt the new Texas law that bans most abortions in the state while it decides the case.
US Justice Department To Sue Over Texas Abortion LawThe US Justice Department is reportedly readying legal action to challenge the recently enacted Texas abortion law -- which is the most restrictive in the country.
Department Of Justice Sues Texas And Gov. Greg Abbott Over Executive Order Restricting Travel Of Undocumented MigrantsGov. Abbott's order, issued Wednesday, prohibits anyone from providing ground transportation to migrants detained by U.S. Customs and Border Protection for illegally crossing the border.
Justice Department To Appeal Texas Judge's Order On Eviction MoratoriumThe Justice Department said Saturday it will appeal a Texas judge’s ruling that found the federal government’s eviction moratorium unconstitutional.
U.S. Attorney Erin Nealy Cox Resigning From Department Of JusticeOfficials with the United States Attorney's Office for the Northern District of Texas have announced that US attorney Erin Nealy Cox is resigning from the Justice Department.
Dallas Woman Agrees To Pay Millions After Stealing Goods, Selling Them On Internet Over 19 YearsA Dallas woman has been sentenced to 54 months in federal prison for stealing millions of dollars in merchandise and selling it on the Internet over 19 years.
Plano Man Convicted Of Trying To Entice 12-Year-Old Girl at Texas Air Force BaseAfter just six minutes of jury deliberation, a Plano man has been convicted of trying to entice a 12-year-old girl at an Air Force base in Texas in June.
Dallas Man Pleads Guilty To Terrorism After Allegedly Leaving US To Fight For ISISA 23-year-old man from Dallas had pleaded guilty to a terrorism charge after officials said he left the U.S. to fight on behalf of ISIS, the Department of Justice announced Wednesday.
Texas Man Accused Of Spending COVID-19 Relief Funds On Lamborghini, Strip ClubsA Texas man is accused of fraudulently obtaining more than $1.6 million in COVID-19 relief funds and spending it on items such as a Lamborghini and at strip clubs, the Department of Justice said.
Court Halts Dallas Health Center From Promoting Ozone Therapy As 'Only Prevention' For CoronavirusA federal court has barred a Dallas health center from the alleged fraudulent promotion of so-called ozone therapy as the "only prevention" for the coronavirus, the Department of Justice announced Friday.
Federal Court Issues Restraining Order Against Website Offering Fake Coronavirus VaccineInformation published on the website claimed to offer consumers access to World Health Organization (WHO) vaccine kits in exchange for a shipping charge of $4.95.
Patrick Crusius Now Charged With Federal Hate Crimes For Shooting Rampage At El Paso WalmartThe man accused of killing 22 people in a mass shooting at a Walmart in El Paso now faces federal hate crime charges as officials believe the attack was targeted towards the Hispanic community.
Pair Sentenced To 30 Years For Dealing Drugs At Han Gil Hotel Town Near Dallas Elementary SchoolProsecutors said the hotel, which is less than a mile from Herbert Marcus Elementary, was a "breeding ground for escalating criminal activity" as it served as a base for drug dealers.
58 Charged Across Texas For Involvement In Healthcare Fraud And 'Pill Mill' OperationsThe U.S. Department of Justice on Wednesday announced the takedown of a health care fraud operation across Texas and that 58 people were charged in connection to the case.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller Submits Final Report To Department Of JusticeAttorney General William Barr will now summarize it for lawmakers, in accordance with the law governing the special counsel.