Latest "Department-of-Justice" stories
Man who joined the Army under fake name 37 years ago avoids prison
He joined the Army with a stolen name, under advice from a recruiter, to escape violence in his hometown, a public defender argued.
Veteran who illegally wiped $48m of student loans sentenced to 6 years
De'Reek Banks sent phony VA letters attesting to disabilities for more than 500 borrowers.
Woman charged with posing as sick Marine vet to plead guilty
She also purchased replicas of a Purple Heart and a Bronze Star that she put on a Marine uniform she wore at public events.
Feds: National Guard members on state duty can join unions
The Department of Justice has given the green light to National Guard members on active state duty across the country to join labor unions.
Hunt Companies settles housing fraud claim at Dover Air Force Base
A whistleblower lawsuit alleged Hunt Companies officials submitted false maintenance information to the Air Force in order to get higher performance incentive payouts.
By Karen Jowers