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A Chinese national living in California was sentenced Wednesday to 24 months in prison for committing economic espionage, the U.S. Justice Department said.
By James Vicini WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A federal judge on Monday upheld the FBI's unprecedented search of the office of U.S. Rep. William Jefferson, a Louisiana Democrat who is the target of a bribery investigation. U.S.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Justice Department would have to turn over records of the National Security Agency's telephone surveillance program to Congress under a resolution passed by the Republican-led House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday.
Google faces off against the U.S. Justice Department in federal court on Tuesday as the Internet company seeks to quash a subpoena for search data, including millions of user queries, in a battle over privacy issues on the Web.
By James Vicini WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. authorities at Guantanamo Bay strapped Mohammed Bawazir's legs, arms, head and midsection into a chair for as long as two hours each time they force fed him during his hunger strike, the Yemeni said.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Three members of an online music piracy operation pleaded guilty in federal court on Tuesday in response to a government crackdown, the U.S. Justice Department said.
By Eric Auchard SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Google Inc. on Friday formally rejected the U.S. Justice Department's subpoena of data from the Web search leader, arguing the demand violated the privacy of users' Web searches and its own trade secrets. Responding to a motion by U.S.
Google Inc. on Friday formally rejected the U.S. Justice Department's subpoena of data from the Web search leader, arguing the demand violated the privacy of users' Web searches and its own trade secrets.
By James Vicini WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A federal judge on Thursday ordered the U.S. Justice Department to respond within 20 days to requests by a civil liberties group for documents about President George W. Bush's domestic eavesdropping program.
By Sachi Izumi and Jason Neely TOKYO/LONDON (Reuters) - A global probe of airlines suspected of fixing prices for cargo widened to Asia on Wednesday as authorities searched the offices of some of the world's biggest carriers from Japan, South Korea and Hong Kong.
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