The deeply flawed data underpinning the FBI's new report produces an extremely flawed understanding of hate crime trends across the country.
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From additional granularity in the size and scope of the threat of domestic terrorism to a more forthcoming acknowledgement of its complexity, the new assessment represents a sea change in the U.S. counterterrorism appartus.
Should the Justice Department seek charges in the Mar-a-Lago case, the U.S. government may be precluded from bringing the case in D.C.
The Justice Department will hold a press conference at 1:30 p.m. E.T. on Oct. 24 regarding a “significant national security matter.” Attorney General Merrick Garland is expected to discuss “malign influence schemes and alleged criminal activity” perpetrated by a nation-state actor in the United States.
Reports of Donald Trump’s recent efforts to stymy the Mar-a-Lago investigation and the Jan. 6 committee sound a great deal like his attempts to obstruct Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
Judge Aileen Cannon’s opinion in the Mar-a-Lago matter actually defies defense.
At least one judge seems to be taking former President Trump’s motion for a special master pretty seriously.
The department’s Mar-a-Lago filing leaves little doubt where its investigation is heading, but suggests it will take a while to get there.
The filing requests an order that blocks the Justice Department from reviewing seized materials until a special master is appointed “to protect the integrity of privileged documents.”
No, not really.