Amid Calls from Trump, F.B.I. Renews Questions Over Clinton Foundation

Career prosecutors shut down the case in 2016 over lack of evidence. The new interest comes as Mr. Trump has taken the highly unusual step of calling for investigations into political rivals.

Justice Dept. Revokes 25 Legal Guidance Documents Dating to 1975

The Justice Department rescinded 25 guidance documents dating back decades after Attorney General Jeff Sessions said that such documents circumvented the regulatory rule-making process.

Thousands of Federal Inmates Are in the U.S. Illegally, Administration Says

In a report intended to bolster its case for more border security, the Trump administration said one in five inmates in federal prisons were foreign-born.

Deported Repeatedly, Man Is Sentenced to 35 Years for Attacks on 2 Oregon Women

The man, Sergio Jose Martinez, a Mexican immigrant, attacked two women on July 24. He received national attention after Attorney General Jeff Sessions highlighted his case.