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The US government has leaked the names of child abuse victims by failing to hide Facebook account IDs in court documents

The documents identified victims by their initials and Facebook account IDs, which Forbes was able to easily use to identify the minors.

A Wells Fargo personal banker pleaded guilty to helping launder millions of dollars for drug traffickers like the Sinaloa cartel

Money-laundering organizations recruited people who would open bank accounts for the cartel's drug money, according to US investigators.

North Korea accuses US of ‘unlawful brutal robbery’ after it commandeered a cargo ship and sailed it to American Samoa

The US Department of Justice said it seized the "Wise Honest," one of North Korea's largest, accusing it of coal shipments that violate UN sanctions.

Justice Department threatens to advise Trump to invoke executive privilege over Mueller report amid Democrats’ plan to hold Attorney General Bar...

In a letter on Tuesday evening, the Justice Department complained of the "counterproductive" demands from the Democrat-led committee.
Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-N.Y.).

House hearing on Mueller report devolves into a bizarre shouting match after Attorney General Barr refuses to show up

"The very system of government of the United States ... the system of not having a president as a dictator is very much at stake," Nadler said.
President Trump.

About 33% of Americans think the Mueller report implicates Trump

33% of Americans think the report implicates the president, compared to 22% who thought it vindicated him.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is seen as he leaves a police station in London on April 11, 2019.

The DOJ’s indictment of Julian Assange ignited a fierce debate between First Amendment advocates and national-security experts, and it’s a...

First Amendment advocates say the indictment spells trouble for journalists in the US and abroad. But national-security experts disagree.

The House Judiciary Committee requests records of communications between Mueller and DOJ following reports of a rift between the two

House Judiciary Chair Jerry Nadler wrote, "If there is significant daylight between [Mueller's] account and [Barr's], the American people should know that, too."
Representative Jerry Nadler (D-NY), the chair of the House Judiciary Committee.

The House Judiciary Committee reportedly plans to authorize subpoenas for the Mueller report and its underlying evidence this week

Democratic lawmakers are also pushing to obtain all the grand jury information contained in the report.
Protesters gather during a demonstration against the Republican repeal of the Affordable Care Act, outside the U.S. Capitol.

The Trump administration says it supports striking down the entire Affordable Care Act

Previously, the Department of Justice under Jeff Sessions said — with the exception of the pre-existing condition provisions — the law could stand.