American Airlines Agrees To Pay $22M To Settle False Claims Act Allegations Over Mail DeliveryThe airline was accused of falsely reporting the times it handed over mail from the postal service for delivery overseas.
Trump Says Sessions' DOJ Has Placed GOP In Midterm JeopardyPresident Donald Trump tweeted that federal indictments against two Republican congressmen placed the GOP in midterm election jeopardy.
Michael Cohen Decides To Take Plea Deal With DOJFormer longtime Trump attorney Michael Cohen has decided to take a plea deal with the Justice Department to resolve his criminal investigation.
Special Counsel Appointed To Investigate Russia Influence On ElectionFormer FBI head Robert Mueller will oversee the probe into Trump-Russian connection.
Trump Vows To 'Send In The Feds' To Help Chicago's Violence Problem President Donald Trump is offering to "send in the Feds" if Chicago can't reduce its homicide figures.
Family Of Teen Killed By Officer Wants Justice Department To InvestigateThe attorney for the family of Christian Taylor, the teen killed by an Arlington police officer last year, has filed a letter with the Department of Justice asking for an investigation.
Justice Dept. Pushes Back Against Texas Judge's Immigration SanctionsThe Justice Department told Judge Hanen on Tuesday that there's insufficient evidence to show that the government withheld information or intentionally deceived the judge or the states.
Halliburton, Baker Hughes Abandon $34B MergerThe Justice Department says two companies crucial to the business of U.S. energy exploration have abandoned their planned $34 billion merger.
Changes Weighed To Federal Program For Ailing, Aging InmatesThe federal panel that sets sentencing policy is weighing changes to a program that permits an early prison release for certain elderly and sick inmates.
Airlines: Who Did DOJ Interview On Merger? Fort Worth-based American Airlines and US Airways want to know whom the government interviewed before it sued to block the airlines' merger, and what those people said.
Feds Urge Judge To Allow Armstrong Case To ProceedJustice Department lawyers urged a federal judge not to dismiss the government's fraud lawsuit against Lance Armstrong, arguing the U.S. Postal Service was tainted by its sponsorship of his team while he used performance-enhancing drugs to win the Tour de France.
DOJ Files Lawsuit To Block AA & US Air Merger; Airlines Vow Legal Fight The U.S. Justice Department wants to ground the proposed $14 billion dollar merger between Fort Worth-based American Airlines and US Airways.