The president abruptly revokes the security clearance of ex-CIA Director John Brennan, an unprecedented act of retribution against a critical former top U.S. official.
The Justice Department's inspector general says that although the former FBI director broke with protocol in his handling of the Hillary Clinton email investigation, James Comey's decisions were not politically driven.
The criminal referral to the Department of Justice by 11 House Republicans exposes yet again how establishment media do not report news they don't like.
Donald Trump's conviction that being president means doing whatever the hell you please is likely to cause him legal trouble.
Onetime Deputy Director Andrew McCabe decries the move—which endangers his pension—and suggests it is part of the Trump administration's "war on the FBI."
For all the hype, the Nunes memo was a legal dud that may cost the congressman from California.
The longtime member of the bureau, a target of frequent criticism by President Trump, steps down ahead of his planned retirement this spring.
Andrew McCabe assures the Senate Intelligence Committee during Thursday morning's hearing that “the work of the men and women of the FBI continues despite any changes in circumstance."