Trump Issues Pardon For Anthony Levandowski, Sentenced To Prison For Stealing Google Self-Driving Tech Secrets
Google Antitrust Lawsuit: Judge Sets 2023 Trial Date For Landmark CaseThe U.S. government's attempt to prove Google has been using its dominance of online search to stifle competition and innovation at the expense of consumers and advertisers won't go to trial for nearly three years.
Attorney General Barr Leaving Trump Administration As Of December 23Attorney General William Barr informed President Trump on Monday he's leaving the administration, and the president tweeted a copy of Barr's resignation letter saying his last day will be December 23.
DOJ Sues Visa in San Francisco Court To Block Purchase of Plaid Inc.The Department of Justice filed a lawsuit Thursday against credit card company Visa Inc. to block the company's purchase of financial technology startup Plaid, calling it a monopolistic takeover of a potential competitor.
'Faith & Blue' Kickoff At SF Church Part Of Nationwide Effort To Heal Strained Relations With PoliceIn a nationwide effort to heal strained community relationships with police departments, the first ever "Faith and Blue" day kicked off at churches in San Francisco and across the country.
Feds Allege San Francisco Drug Dealer Sold Fentanyl That Resulted In Fatal OverdoseThe Department of Justice announced charges Wednesday against an alleged San Francisco Tenderloin District drug dealer for selling fentanyl that resulted in two overdoses, with one victim dying from the substance.
Hate Crime Charge for Santa Cruz Man Who Attacked Black ManFederal prosecutors charged a 44-year-old man on Tuesday with a hate crime for attacking a Black man with a knife on a San Francisco Bay Area street this summer.
SOURCE: Justice Dept. to File Antitrust Action Vs. Google SoonThe Justice Department is expected to bring an antitrust action against Google in coming weeks, focusing on its dominance in online search and whether it was used to stifle competition and hurt consumers.
DOJ Nearing Antitrust Action on Google; Trump Eyes Tech CurbAs the Trump administration moves toward antitrust action against search giant Google, it's campaigning to enlist support from sympathetic state attorneys general across the country.
Thousands of Unaccompanied Children Expelled at US BorderAbout 8,800 unaccompanied children have been quickly expelled from the United States along the Mexico border under a pandemic-related measure that effectively ended asylum, authorities said Friday.
Former Google, Uber Engineer Gets 18 Months For Stealing SecretsA former engineer at Google and Uber pleaded guilty Tuesday to stealing confidential information from Google’s self-driving car program and received an 18-month prison sentence.
DOJ Warns 'Face Mask Exemption Cards' Being Spread By Facebook Group Are FraudulentThe US Department of Justice is warning Americans about fraudulent cards distributed on Facebook by a group encouraging people to not wear masks during the COVID-19 pandemic.
DOJ: Newsom Reopening Plan Discriminates Against Churches, Calls For In-Person Services In Phase 2The head of the federal Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division told Gov. Gavin Newsom Tuesday that his plan to reopen California discriminates against churches.
Some San Francisco Immigration Judges Among Those Quitting Over Administration PoliciesTheir departures come as the Justice Department faces a backlog that exceeds 1 million cases.
Georgia Man Allegedly Scammed San Francisco Woman Out Of More Than $100KGeorgia man was charged with three counts of wire fraud this month for allegedly being a part of a romantic scam that left a San Francisco victim out of more than $100,000, according to the Department of Justice's Northern District of California.