FirstEnergy To Pay $230 Million In Ohio Bribery CaseOhio-based FirstEnergy will pay a $230 million penalty in a bribery scheme.
U.S. Department Of Justice Tells Wolf Administration It Won't Investigate How Pennsylvania Handled Nursing HomesThe Department of Justice has said it won't investigate the way Pennsylvania handled nursing homes during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Columbus Mayor Andrew Ginther Requests Federal Probe Into City's Police Following Series Of Deadly Shootings Of Black PeopleThe mayor of Columbus requests a Department of Justice probe of the city's police following a series of fatal shootings of Black people.
Pa. State Police To Pay $2 Million Into Compensation Fund And Alter Fitness Standards That Kept Women OutA settlement between the Pennsylvania State Police and the U.S. Department of Justice will change the fitness standards for troopers.
U.S. Department Of Justice Seeking $3.2 Million From Coal Mines Owned By W. Va. GovernorThe U.S. Department of Justice is seeking more than $3 million in fines from a coal company owned by West Virginia Governor Jim Justice.
'There Must Be Consequences:' Calls For Pa. Lawmaker Scott Perry To Resign IncreaseAfter a report accused Pennsylvania Rep. Scott Perry of trying to help former President Trump overturn results in Georgia, calls for his resignation have intensified.
U.S. Department Of Justice Charges Pennsylvania Man For Alleged Offenses During Capitol RiotsA man from Pennsylvania is one of 13 individuals charged in federal court by the U.S. Department of Justice for allegedly committing offenses during the U.S. Capitol riot.
U.S. Department Of Justice Sending Voting Rights Monitors To Allegheny CountyThe United States Department of Justice is sending voting rights monitors to Allegheny County for the election.
Six Russian Military Officers Charged In Connection With Malware Attack On Heritage Valley Health SystemA federal grand jury has indicted six Russian Intelligence Officers for their involvement in a malware attack on Heritage Valley Health System.
Department Of Justice Warns Of Phone Scam Targeting The ElderlyThe U.S. Department of Justice is warning citizens of a phone scam that appears to target the elderly.
Erie Man Charged With Producing Child Pornography VideosA federal grand jury has indicted an Erie man on charges of violating federal laws related to the sexual exploitation of children.
Mueller Says Russia Investigation Is Complete, ResignsSpecial Counsel Robert Mueller made his first public statement about his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election Wednesday morning
DOJ Won't Bring Charges Against Officers In Gray CaseThe U.S. Department of Justice won't bring federal charges against six police officers involved in the arrest and death of Freddie Gray, a young black man whose death touched off weeks of protests and unrest in Baltimore.
AG Jeff Sessions: Sanctuary Cities Must EndThe Trump administration is continuing its tough talk against "sanctuary cities."
Pittsburgh Schools To Get $3M For Violence StudyThe city's federal prosecutor is set to announce a $3 million grant that will enable Pittsburgh Public Schools to study and combat violence.