Fairfield Man Admits To Attempting Coerce Child Over Internet, Faces Life In PrisonA Fairfield man arrested in an online sting operation pleaded guilty Wednesday to attempted online coercion of a child, according to Department of Justice officials.
UPDATE: Arden Neighbors React To Arrest of Foiled Terror Plot SuspectNeighbors of the suspect arrested this week in connection with a foiled terror plot to blow up Democratic headquarters in Sacramento were shocked at what happened.
2 Bay Area Men Indicted For Planning to Firebomb Democratic Headquarters in SacramentoTwo Bay Area men were indicted in San Francisco federal court Thursday, charged with conspiring to firebomb John L. Burton Democratic headquarters in Sacramento after the 2020 Presidential election, according to the U.S. Department of Justice.
DOJ Sending Crime Gun Strike Force To SF Bay Area, 4 Other CitiesThe Department of Justice announced Tuesday that it’s sending special strike forces to five metropolitan areas, including San Francisco, to combat trafficking of illegal firearms.
FBI Announces Seizure of Colonial Pipeline Ransom, Cyberattack InvestigationThe San Francisco branch of the FBI announced Monday that it seized the majority of a multimillion-dollar ransom payment to hackers who caused the operator of the nation's largest fuel pipeline to halt its operations last month.
DOJ: Santa Rita Jail, Alameda Co. Violated Civil Rights Of Inmates With Mental Health DisabilitiesThe County of Alameda has violated civil rights by failing to provide proper mental health services, especially at Santa Rita Jail, where 19 people have committed suicide since 2014, according to federal report released Thursday.
Federal Jury Convicts Santa Cruz Man of Hate Crime For July Knife Attack on Black ManA federal jury in San Jose on Friday convicted a man of a federal hate crime for attacking a Black man with a knife on a street in Santa Cruz last July, according to the FBI.
SF, SCC Counties Win Final Victory In Challenge To Trump Administration's 'Public Charge' Rule; DOJ Drops AppealBay Area lawmakers did a final victory lap in the challenge to Trump administration's 'public charge' rule after the Department of Justice dropped its appeal and the Supreme Court dismissed the case.
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.