Pimps Sentenced to 26 Years in Prison for Sex Trafficking Three Minor Victims

Washington, DC - Two Hyattsville, Maryland men were both sentenced today to 26 years in prison for sex trafficking three minors throughout the East Coast from September through November 2016.

The Justice Department and USCIS Formalize Partnership to Protect U.S. Workers From Discrimination and Combat Fraud

Washington, DC - The Department of Justice and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) today announced a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that expands their collaboration to better detect and eliminate fraud, abuse, and discrimination by employers bringing foreign visa workers to the United States. This new effort improves the way the agencies share information, collaborate on cases, and train each other’s investigators.

Attorney General Sessions Recognizes Law Enforcement Service And Sacrifice During National Police Week

Washington, DC - Attorney General Sessions recognized the service and sacrifice of federal, state, local, and tribal police officers on the occasion of National Police Week, and commented on the FBI's 2017 Law Enforcement Officers Killed and Assaulted report.

Former Currency Trader Indicted for Participating in Antitrust Conspiracy

New York - A federal grand jury returned an indictment against Akshay Aiyer, a former currency trader at a major U.S. bank, for his alleged role in a conspiracy to manipulate prices in the foreign currency exchange (FX) market, the Justice Department announced Thursday. 

Artificial Intelligence for American Industry

Washington, DC - On May 10, 2018, the White House convened academic researchers, industry experts and federal leaders at an event on Artificial Intelligence for American Industry. National Science Foundation (NSF) Director France Córdova participated in the event and issued the following statement.