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Former White House counsel Donald McGahn appears at a Senate Judiciary Committee in September 2018 on Capitol Hill. The Washington Post via Getty Images hide caption

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DOJ Subpoenaed Apple For Data On Trump White House Lawyer

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Merrick Garland Promises A Plan To Protect Voting Access

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Trump's DOJ Investigated Democrats On House Intelligence Committee, Source Says

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Global Sting, Lead By The FBI, Targets Transnational Criminal Groups

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How Feds Nabbed Hundreds Of Transnational Criminals With 1 Trap

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E. Jean Carroll (center), who says former President Donald Trump raped her in the 1990s, speaks to reporters as she leaves the courthouse in New York following an October hearing in her defamation lawsuit. The Justice Department said Tuesday it will continue its defense of Trump. John Minchillo/AP hide caption

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U.S. Recovers Some Of The Ransom Paid To Colonial Pipeline Hackers

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DOJ Has Reclaimed Some Of The Ransom Paid In Colonial Pipeline Hack

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Former White House counsel Don McGahn, seen here at a 2019 event, is set to testify Friday behind closed doors more than two years after the House Judiciary Committee subpoenaed him. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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Joel Greenberg, then a Seminole County, Fla., tax collector talks to the Orlando Sentinel during a September 2019 interview at his office in Lake Mary, Fla. Joe Burbank/TNS/ABACA via Reuters Connect hide caption

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