January 6 committee votes to hold Steve Bannon in contemptSteve Bannon's contempt charges will now go to the full House for a vote. If it is approved there, DOJ has final say on prosecuting Bannon. Facebook settles US worker discrimination claimsThe tech giant will pay $14.5m to settle claims it routinely hired foreign instead of US workers. Texas’s Near-Total Abortion Ban Is on Hold—For NowFederal judge Robert Pitman tore S.B. 8 to shreds in a 113-page opinion, siding with the Biden Justice Department and pausing the enforcement of Texas’s draconian abortion law. Former U.S. Navy engineer to face judge in submarine espionage caseA former U.S. Navy nuclear engineer and his wife on Tuesday are scheduled to face their first court hearing on Tuesday on charges they attempted to sell secrets about nuclear submarines to a foreign power in exchange for cryptocurrency. House to vote on Bannon contempt as Justice decision loomsThe House is voting on whether to hold longtime Trump ally Steve Bannon in contempt of Congress after he defied a subpoena from a committee investigating the violent Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection US Capitol riot panel backs contempt charges against Steve BannonLawmakers investigating the deadly assault on the US Capitol voted unanimously to pursue criminal contempt charges for the key Trump ally for refusing to testify. Couple Pleads Not Guilty in Spy Case as Prosecutors Lay Out New DetailsJonathan and Diana Toebbe planned for years to sell classified materials about submarine technology to a foreign government and were seeking as much as $5 million, the prosecution said in court. How the Huawei Case Raised Fears of ‘Hostage Diplomacy’ by ChinaCritics of the Justice Department deal to free Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou say it could blunt tools like sanctions and prosecutions. Texas abortion clinics will be protected, Justice DepartmentThe US Justice Department pledge comes after a near-total ban on abortions took effect in the state. 9/11 attacks: Declassified record released by FBIThe 16-page document is a summary of an FBI interview done in 2015 with a man who had frequent contact with Saudi nationals in the U.S. who supported the first hijackers to arrive in the country before the attacks.