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Justice Department Issues Proposed Rule and Model Legislation to Reduce Gun Violence

The department issued a notice of proposed rulemaking that would make clear that the statutory restrictions on short-barreled rifles apply to pistols that are equipped with certain stabilizing braces and intended to be fired from the shoulder.

Department of Justice Fiscal Year 2022 Funding Request

The budget request includes increased funding for the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the principal DOJ law enforcement agency charged with combating terrorism, to conduct domestic terrorism investigations.

Former Georgia Deputy Pleads Guilty in Firearms Case Resulting from Investigation into Violent Extremist Group

Cody Griggers expressed viewpoints consistent with racially motivated violent extremism, including the use of racial slurs, slurs against homosexuals and making frequent positive references to the Nazi holocaust.

Former Agent David Chipman Nominated to Lead ATF

President Biden announced Thursday that he will appoint a longtime veteran of the ATF and gun-control advocate to lead the agency that has not had a confirmed director at its helm since B. Todd Jones left in 2015.

FBI Releases New Video and Additional Information on Capitol Hill Pipe Bomber

Together with the ATF, the FBI is offering a $100,000 reward for information leading to the identification of the person who placed these devices on the night of January 5 outside the DNC and RNC in D.C.

GAO: Overlapping Chemical Security Programs Could Better Collaborate, Identify Gaps

Thousands of facilities use hazardous chemicals, and hundreds of them are subject to both Department of Homeland Security anti-terrorism standards and other federal chemical safety or security programs.

DOJ Sedition Team Investigating Capitol Rioters ‘Just Like’ International Terrorism

"We're looking at everything, money, travel records, looking at disposition, movement, communication records," Acting U.S. Attorney Michael Sherwin said as cases are likely to "grow into the hundreds."

On the Front Lines in a Year of Crisis: 2020 Homeland Security Today Awards

The awards recognize those who devote their lives to protecting our people, our resources, our way of life.
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