The Anti-Money Laundering Act of 2020 expands the government’s authority to subpoena documents held by foreign banks overseas. Here’s how U.S. institutions could interpret that expanded authority.
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On Monday, February 22, 2021, at 9:30 a.m., the Senate Judiciary Committee will hold a confirmation hearing on the nomination of Merrick Garland to be the next U.S. attorney general.
You can watch a livestream of the hearing here or below:
While the Department of Justice’s China Initiative was created to combat intellectual property theft and protect U.S. critical infrastructure and society, the initiative appears to be increasing discrimination and causing harm without materially stopping or changing China’s behavior.
This overview of the federal government’s powers to pursue domestic terrorists provides context for recent, renewed policy debates about how best to address this issue.
Law enforcement’s battle against cybercrime is off to a fast start in 2021, with two major developments occurring earlier this week. Both are a result of separate collaborative efforts between U.S. law enforcement agencies and various European authorities.
Pfc. Cole James Bridges has been charged with attempting to provide material support to a designated foreign terrorist organization and attempting to murder U.S. military service members.
On Jan. 19, the Department of Justice unsealed a criminal complaint against Kaveh Lotfolah Afrasiabi.
A database of links to charging documents related to the Jan. 6 riot on Capitol Hill.
Charges were unsealed exactly 32 years after the bombing, which is considered the second deadliest terrorist attack in U.S. history.
Three questions raised by the capture of Cholo Abdi Abdullah.