By Venus Wu
Department of Justice
The Department of Justice is demanding more than one million IP addresses from a resistance website against President Trump. In the warrant the DOJ cites authorities can obtain any information on those who break a D.C. code governing riots, which they are relating to protests on inauguration day.
21-year-old Andrew Spieles was sentenced to prison on Tuesday for submitting 18 fraudulent voter registration forms when he was working for the democratic campaign. Meanwhile, President Trump’s accusations of widespread voter fraud appear to be gaining steam as authorities arrest six other people for allegedly running a fake ID scheme in Massachusetts.
The private attorney for President Trump calls out Obama-era Attorney General Loretta Lynch. This comes after redacted emails were released relating to her controversial tarmac meeting with Bill Clinton last year.
The Department of Justice will develop guidelines to ensure that forensic testimony meets scientific standards. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein announced the plan Monday, saying the DOJ is fully committed to strengthening forensic science, especially in the courtroom.
The Department of Justice quickly fires back against a lawsuit by the city of Chicago. Mayor Rahm Emanuel filed the suit against the department over a new policy aiming to withhold federal crime fighting funds from sanctuary cities.