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Sex Workers With HIV Can Be Branded 'Violent Sex Offenders' In 1 State. The DOJ Is Suing To Change That.
Prostitution is typically classified as a misdemeanor in Tennessee. But that's not the case for sex workers living with HIV.
The Justice Department's Office of Inspector General finds that "recurring policy violations and operational failures contributed to inmate suicides."
Charges were announced against FBI informant Alexander Smirnov, accused of making false statements that were central to the Biden impeachment inquiry.
The former president, should he win the White House in November, would be able to order federal prosecutors to drop any unresolved charges against him.
The release of a harshly critical special counsel report on President Joe Biden's handling of classified information has triggered instant flashbacks.
Tiffini Gish will serve three years in prison for threatening Judge Aileen Cannon, who is overseeing the criminal case against the former president.
Hur, a Republican, clerked for two well-known conservative judges.
Jonathan David Grace joined other rioters in fighting officers at the Capitol for nearly an hour on Jan. 6, 2021.
Rep. Cori Bush said that the Justice Department is investigating her use of campaign funds.
The U.S. attorney general will be under general anesthesia during the procedure scheduled for this weekend.