Trump Justice Department subpoenaed info from White House counsel Don McGahn's Apple account: reportOn Friday, the DOJ's inspector general said he would investigate whether the Trump administration improperly seized other phone records. Justice Dept. Official to Step Down Amid Uproar Over Leaks InquiryJohn Demers, a Trump appointee who remained in the department, would typically have been briefed on investigations like those involving the secret collection of journalists’ phone records. Justice Dept. says it’ll no longer seize reporters’ recordsDemocratic and Republican administrations alike have used subpoenas and court orders to obtain journalists’ records in an effort to identify sources who have revealed classified information. AG Garland to double enforcement staff to protect voting rightsHis statements follow an election fraught with baseless claims of fraud and a flurry of voter restriction bills. Senate report details sweeping failures around Jan. 6 attackA Senate investigation of the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol has found broad government, military and law enforcement missteps before the attack Democrats threaten to subpoena Trump officials over secret attempts to obtain lawmakers’ dataSchumer calls Barr’s alleged seizure of Apple data ‘gross abuse of power’ and ‘assault on the separation of powers’ Pelosi says Trump DOJ's targeting of political enemies 'goes even beyond Richard Nixon'The Trump-era Justice Department's decision to secretly seize data of Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee went even beyond the nefarious actions of former President Richard Nixon, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Sunday. In Leak Investigation, Tech Giants Caught Between Courts and CustomersApple, Google and Microsoft have been plunged into a political firestorm as they have contended with law enforcement requests to hand over information. Opinion: Will Trump be held accountable—this time?Presidential power has reached levels that are deeply damaging to the nation, writes Julian Zelizer, and it is too easy for that power to be abused, as demonstrated in the Trump Justice Department's aggressive, secret attempts to seize reporter's emails a US seizes $2.3 million Colonial Pipeline paid to ransomware attackersFunds seized after Justice Department IDs Bitcoin wallet and obtains its private key.