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Article Image News Link • Global By Michael Nev

The U.S. Department of Justice on Wednesday appealed Monday's ruling by a federal judge in Florida that struck down the Biden administration's mask mandate for public transport. Legal experts say the move could backfire if the case goes to the U.

Article Image News Link • Global by Tyler Durden

Update (1338ET): In what was expected to be an announcement on unserialized guns, the DoJ's press conference, which was more than 20 minutes late (typical Biden administration), announced a new emphasis on gun trafficking. The US government is expec

Article Image News Link • Global, By ADAM MANNO

Justice Department considers allowing safe havens for addicts where users can legally shoot up: Two injection sites have already opened in NYC and San Francisco center has left nearby streets littered with needles

Article Image News Link • Global by Isabel van Brugen

The national arm of Black Lives Matter (BLM) on Feb. 2 shut down all of its online fundraising streams, shortly after California's Department of Justice threatened to hold the organization to account over its "lack of financial transparency," w

Article Image News Link • Global, Judicial Watch

Via @Project Veritas: Project Veritas has obtained Freedom of Information/Privacy Acts ("FOIPA") response letters from the DOJ which shockingly appears to confirm that there is some level of communication between federal officials at the Bureau a