Justice Department

An Indian Murder-for-Hire Plot

Plus: Remembering Justice Sandra Day O’Connor.

Three Key Questions in the Google Antitrust Case

The answers may well determine the outcome of the trial.

Texas’ Rio Grande Buoy Barrier Battle, Explained

Gov. Greg Abbott says the question is immigration; the Biden administration says it’s about river navigation.

The New Trump Indictment Is Less Clear Cut

Yet the politics seem straightforward.

January 6’s Intelligence Failures

They were not solely the domain of the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security.

GOP Contenders Overhype Plans to Overhaul the DOJ

The rhetoric is sharp, but installing new leaders is commonplace for new presidents.

The Challenges Facing the PGA-LIV Merger, Explained

The deal combining golf’s two biggest players faces scrutiny from regulators and lawmakers.

Rebuilding Ukraine

Plus: The scathing DOJ report on police misconduct in Minneapolis.

Arraignment Day: The Legal and the Political Cases

What to look for from the courts and how Donald Trump’s indictment might—or might not—affect the race for 2024.

Republicans Lean Into Defunding the (Federal) Police

Plus: Kevin McCarthy and his detractors reach a deal to resume House votes.

The Biden Family’s Legal Woes, Explained

At least nine members of the president’s family have received payments from foreign nationals.

Funny Thing About Louisville

Why are Democrats so bad at running cities?

A Pyrrhic Prosecution

Bad vibes about New York’s looming Trump indictment.