Legal experts say a prosecution related to the Capitol riot could be an uphill battle.
The president’s nominee for U.S. attorney general faces a Senate confirmation hearing Monday.
Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny is sentenced to serve 3½ years in prison after authorities said he violated the terms of his parole, including while he was recuperating in Germany from a near-fatal poisoned.
The court denied an appeal, sealing an earlier ruling that would see the opposition leader and prominent anticorruption activist spend a lengthy sentence in a penal colony.
A well-meaning social-media campaign to free young women kidnapped by Boko Haram galvanized rescue efforts—and may have spurred the jihadist group to expand its use of gender violence.
A federal judge is pushing for an investigation into prosecutorial conduct related to a sanctions case that secured a guilty verdict but was later dismissed over disclosure failures.
Six more people allegedly affiliated with the right-wing militia Oath Keepers were indicted on charges of planning the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol, as prosecutors sketch out a portrait of a group preparing to disrupt the certification of President Biden’s election and developing a military-style plan to do so.
The U.K.’s top court ruled that a group of former Uber drivers were entitled to a minimum wage and other benefits while working for the company, dealing a setback to gig-economy firms in battles world-wide over their employment model.
Jersey City has placed its police department under the leadership of a civilian in an unusual arrangement meant to bring greater transparency and accountability to law enforcement there, Mayor Steven Fulop said.
A New York court ordered a two-year suspension of Gordon Caplan’s law license but allowed the former co-chair of Willkie Farr & Gallagher to practice again in the future.
As of Friday, six officers have been suspended with pay ahead of planned congressional hearings featuring testimony from police and security officials.
For Judge Garland, that bombing and other acts of violence solidified the urgency and complexity of domestic terrorism, a perspective he would again bring to the Justice Department if confirmed as President Biden’s attorney general.
The federal judge will likely face questions about the Justice Department’s handling of a rise in domestic extremist violence and, if confirmed, he would oversee several politically sensitive investigations begun under the Trump administration.
The U.K.-based financial institution doesn’t need to hand over banking documents requested by Huawei Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou as part of her effort to resist a U.S. extradition order, London’s High Court said.
Drones and missiles launched in the past month from Yemen and Iraq show gaps in air defenses, as Biden reconsiders U.S. policy in the region.
The surge of criminal cases stemming from the Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol is bringing a crush of public and media attention to U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C. That and more in this week’s Washington Wire.
Quibi said Elliott’s founder and co-CEO Paul Singer is in a romantic relationship with an Elliott colleague whose son is employed by Eko, the interactive-video company claiming trade-secret theft.
California businessman Imaad Zuberi pleaded guilty in 2019 to illegal contributions and influence peddling.
Melissa Strait joins Coinbase from Stripe as the cryptocurrency exchange prepares to go public.
Groups representing major technology companies filed a lawsuit arguing that the state’s new measure is an improper levy on the internet.