Appeals court hears arguments on Trump travel banCourt of Appeals in San Francisco hears Justice Department and Washington state's arguments on travel ban. Decision expected soon.
Justice Department: Travel ban is perfectly legalJustice Department asks federal appeals court to restore Trump's ban on travelers from seven majority-Muslim countries.
Trump administration appeals overturn of travel banJustice Department appeals ruling that stopped enforcement of executive order banning travel from seven Muslim-majority countries.
Justice Department 'moving quickly' on Clinton emailsJustice Department informs lawmakers it would work closely with the FBI to expedite renewed investigation into Clinton emails.
FBI unlocks terrorist's iPhone without Apple's helpJustice Department says it has successfully accessed the data from San Bernardino shooter's iPhone.
Report: Jonathan Pollard May Be Released in 2015Source claims Justice Department 'seriously considering' releasing Pollard, who has been held on spying charges since 1985.
U.S. Files Charges in Benghazi AttackThe Justice Department has filed sealed criminal charges against a number of suspects in the attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi.
Report: Nazis Still in US Because They Can't Be DeportedAt least ten Nazi war criminals who were to be deported are still living in the U.S. - because no European country will take them