Eugene, Washington - The Justice Department announced that four men from across the Pacific Northwest were indicted last week for federal hate crimes and making false statements in connection with a Dec. 8, 2018, racially-motivated assault.

Brooklyn, New York - A complaint and arrest warrant were unsealed Monday in federal court in Brooklyn charging Xinjiang Jin, also known as “Julien Jin,” with conspiracy to commit interstate harassment and unlawful conspiracy to transfer a means of identification.  Jin, an employee of a U.S.-based telecommunications company (Company-1) who was based in the People’s Republic of China (PRC), allegedly participated in a scheme to disrupt a series of meetings in May and June 2020 held to commemorate the June 4, 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre in the PRC. 

Washington, DC - The First Lady and I send our best wishes to all those observing Kwanzaa.

Washington, DC - The First Lady and I send our warmest wishes to all Americans as we celebrate Christmas.  While our gatherings might look different than in years past, this Christmas, like every Christmas, is an opportunity for us to celebrate the birth of our Savior, Jesus Christ, and show our heartfelt gratitude for the abundant blessings God has bestowed upon our lives and country.

Washington, DC - Today, President Donald J. Trump granted Full Pardons to 15 individuals and commuted part or all of the sentences of an additional 5 individuals.

Washington, DC - Memorandum on the Attorney General’s Authority to Use Classified Information in Connection with Review of Intelligence Activities: