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Department of Justice will pursue Epstein co-conspirators despite his suicide in jail, Attorney General William Barr says
AG Barr said he had learned of serious irregularities at the detention facility that housed Epstein prior to his death by suicide this weekend.
Attorney General Barr announces investigation into Epstein’s death by suicide amid reports the convicted sex offender wasn’t on suicide wa...
In a statement, Attorney General William Barr announced a Department of Justice Inspector General investigation into Jeffrey Epstein's suicide.
Immigrant detention centers are dealing with mumps and chicken pox outbreaks, and thousands have been put into quarantine
More than 2,200 people have been quarantined in immigration detention facilities nationwide, sparking concern over adequate medical care for migrants.
An IG found that an officer received a poor evaluation after she reported racial bias, and noted disparities between hers and other complaints.
Inspectors who visited America’s largest privately-run immigration detention center found nooses in 15 cells and a detainee left alone in a whee...
Inspectors who visited the largest privately run immigration detention center in the country found a number of health and safety violations that posed "significant threats" to detainees' rights, the Department of Homeland Security's watchdog said in a report.
The Justice Department's inspector general sent a criminal referral to the US attorney in Washington, DC, about Andrew McCabe, the former deputy FBI director.
The report formed the basis of the firing of Andrew McCabe as the FBI's deputy director.
The Department of Homeland Security's watchdog said he was "very troubled" the agency has not yet released his report on the chaotic travel ban rollout.
Congress and Trump are running out of time to fix a $100-billion investment in the sky, NASA auditor says
NASA has spent about $100 billion on the International Space Station, but the Trump administration wants to end the program in 2024 — about four years early. NASA's lead auditor told Congress the plan may jeopardize NASA research into protecting astronauts on future moon or Mars missions.
"We'd get lazy," one corrections officer testified.