Tag: DOJ – U.S. Justice Department

Justice Department Releases Guide on How Convicted Individuals Can Exercise the Right to Vote

The Justice Department announced Friday a guide to address the issue of voting rights in different states after being convicted of a felony. The guide details steps that can help one understand whether and how a convicted American citizen, who meets the age and residency requirements, can exercise their right to vote. It also provides…


Justice Department Probes Alleged Exploitation of Supply Chain

The Justice Department announced on Feb. 17, that it is launching an initiative to investigate companies that are profiteering from supply chain disruptions in the United States in violation of federal antitrust laws. The initiative, which will be spearheaded by the Justice Department’s antitrust division and the FBI, comes amid public pressure on the Biden Administration…


Rep. Jordan Asks IG Horowitz for More Evidence on FBI Official’s Alleged Misconduct

Ohio Republican Rep. Jim Jordan sent a letter to Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz on July 21 regarding the alleged misconduct of an unnamed former senior FBI official. Jordan, in his letter, asks for Horowitz to explain to the House Judiciary committee “the extent of this serious misconduct, and evaluate the FBI’s handling of the matter.” “To…


A Phony Outrage Distracts From Media’s Role in Targeting Trump

Commentary Democratic Party officials and their media partners are out for blood after news that Donald Trump’s Department of Justice subpoenaed the data of reporters and Democratic congressmen. Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee have already set up one investigation to go along with the DOJ’s own probe. In other words, they’re taking revenge. Because…


DOJ Asks Courts to Put TikTok Appeals on Hold Pending Biden Team Review

WASHINGTON—The U.S. Justice Department on Wednesday asked two federal appeals courts to put on hold government appeals of lower court rulings blocking restrictions the Trump administration imposed on Chinese-owned app TikTok. Under former President Donald Trump, the Commerce Department sought to ban Apple Inc and Alphabet Inc’s Google app stores from offering TikTok for download…