Lawmakers and other government officials from both sides of the aisle had strong words for President Trump on Monday, but there were some who came to his defense.
FBI agent Peter Strzok may be soon “thrown under the bus” in the ongoing investigation into Clinton’s emails and his alleged role in the Russia-gate investigation, comments Ray McGovern.
After receiving unspecified new information, the Justice Department has reopened the galvanizing 1955 case of the black teenager who was murdered in Mississippi.
Peter Strzok, whose anti-Trump text messages fueled suspicions of partisan bias, tells lawmakers that the intense scrutiny he is facing represents “just another victory notch in Putin’s belt.”
Mindlessly repeating sensationalist FBI framing isn't journalism—it’s fear-mongering.
Some immigrant Army reservists and recruits who enlisted with a promised path to citizenship are being abruptly discharged, The Associated Press has learned.
The Judiciary Committee hearing marks Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein’s first appearance before Congress since a report on the Hillary Clinton email probe revealed disparaging texts among FBI officials about Donald Trump during the 2016 election.
The Justice Department gives House Republicans more than 1,000 documents related to the Russia investigation and the handling of its probe into Hillary Clinton's emails.
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 president is carrying out a sustained attack on our democratic institutions. We can't afford to pretend otherwise.