DOJ Seeks Information On Oakland's Sanctuary PolicyU.S. Department of Justice expresses concern that Oakland's sanctuary city policy may violate a federal law that bars local governments from preventing their employees from communicating with federal immigration agents.
Sessions Orders 'Zero Tolerance' Policy For Border CrossersAttorney General Jeff Sessions on Friday ordered a "zero tolerance" policy aimed at people entering the United States illegally for the first time on the Mexican border.
WSJ: Fed Investigation Into Wells Fargo BroadensA federal investigation into Wells Fargo has broadened to include its wealth-management division.
Sessions Traveling To California For Major Sanctuary AnnouncementU.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions is coming to California Wednesday to make a major immigration enforcement announcement.
New Justice Department Letter Threatens Fremont Over Sanctuary City StatusOfficials with the city of Fremont on Friday said they have received a second letter from the U.S. Justice Department threatening a possible subpoena for being a sanctuary city.
Apple Cooperating With Fed Probe Of Old iPhone SlowdownApple is cooperating with U.S. government inquiries into its secret slowdown of older iPhones, further complicating its efforts to move past an issue that irked customers whose devices bogged down.
Oakland Mayor Schaaf Calls New Sanctuary Cities Threat 'Un-American'Mayors from across the country boycotted a White House meeting with President Donald Trump after the Justice Department ramped up pressure on sanctuary cities.
Mayors Boycott Trump Meeting After Sanctuary Cities ThreatThe Justice Department ramped up pressure on Sanctuary cities warning state and local officials they could be legally forced to prove they are cooperating with federal immigration authorities.
Northern California 'Dark Web' Drug Dealers Sentenced To PrisonTwo drug dealers who used the Dark Web to collect orders for narcotics ranging from cocaine, fentanyl and heroin and then delivered them using the U.S. Postal Service have been sentenced to federal prison.
Eight Defendants In 'Shrimp Boy' Chow Racketeering Case Sentenced To PrisonEight defendants who plead guilty to a variety of charges including illegal weapons sales, drug manufacturing and money laundering in the Raymond 'Shrimp Boy' Chow racketeering and murder case have been sentenced to federal prison.
Marijuana Investors Skittish After Sessions' Shot At PotMarijuana-related stocks plummeted, cannabis boosters worried about the industry's future and defiant growers and sellers vowed to keep operating after U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions signaled a tougher approach to federal pot enforcement.
Sessions Takes Aim At Judges' Handling Of Immigration CasesAttorney General Jeff Sessions on Friday launched a review of a little-known but widely used practice of immigration judges closing cases without decisions, potentially reshaping immigration courts and putting hundreds of thousands of people in greater legal limbo.