MS-13 Gang Member Sentenced For 'Brutal' Machete Attacks In Dallas AreaArnold Stephen Miralda-Cruz, 23, pleaded guilty in February to racketeer influenced and corrupt organization activities.
Feds To Execute Man Who Killed 2 Youth Ministers In TexasBrandon Bernard and his co-defendant, Christopher Vialva, were convicted in the 1999 kidnapping and killing of an Iowa couple who stopped to use a payphone in Killeen.
Texas Man Pleads Guilty To Unlicensed Firearms Dealing For Selling Gun To Midland-Odessa Mass ShooterA Texas man has pleaded guilty to dealing firearms without a license after officials said he sold an AR-15 to the man who shot 32 people in the Midland-Odessa area.
Texas Grand Jury Indicts Netflix For 'Promotion Of Lewd Visual Material Depicting A Child' After Streaming 'Cuties'The District Court in Tyler County in East Texas has indicted Netflix for Promotion of 'Lewd Visual Material Depicting A Child' after the streaming platform made the program Cuties available online in September.
Blue Bell Ordered To Pay $17.25 Million In Criminal Penalties For Shipping Contaminated ProductsBlue Bell Creameries has been ordered to pay $17.25 million in criminal penalties after the Texas-based company pleaded guilty to shipping contaminated products.
U.S. Sen. John Cornyn Joins Other Senators Asking for Drug-Trafficking Information On Dark WebThe senators asked whether the Justice Department has a system that tracks indictments and investigations related to crimes involving the dark web and opioids.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz Calls For Criminal Investigation Into Netflix Film 'Cuties'U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) has asked the Justice Department to look into whether Netflix and the makers of the film "Cuties" violated federal laws against child pornography.
Justice Department Warns Of Fraudulent Face Mask 'Exempt' CardsThe U.S. Department of Justice is warning residents about fraudulent cards, postings and flyers that claim exemption from wearing face masks during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Community Faith Leaders Call For Justice Department To Reform Fort Worth PD In Wake Of Atatiana Jefferson ShootingPastor Kyev Tatum was among those gathered Wednesday to announce they're asking the U.S. Department of Justice for a court-monitored plan known as a consent decree.
DOJ Moves To Add More Marijuana Growers For ResearchFor years, the University of Mississippi has been the only entity federally licensed to produce marijuana for research.
US Attorney General Bill Barr In Dallas To Discuss City's Violent CrimeU.S. Attorney General Bill Barr will visit Dallas Wednesday afternoon to talk about the city’s violent crime problem.
U.S. Federal Government Resumes Death Penalty, Schedules 5 ExecutionsFor the first time since 2003, the U.S. federal government will resume executing death-row inmates.
2 Get Prison For Immigrant Smuggling That Led To 2 DeathsTwo Guatemalan men have been sentenced to federal prison for their parts in an immigrant-smuggling run that led to the deaths of two Ecuadoran men.
Trump Administration Moves To Officially Ban Bump StocksA senior Justice Department official says bump stocks will be banned under the federal law that prohibits machine guns.
‘Justice’ Is Merriam-Webster’s Word Of The YearMerriam-Webster has chosen "justice" as its 2018 word of the year, driven by the churning news cycle over months and months.