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.
In a series of tweets before James Comey's first interview about his forthcoming memoir airs, the president calls him "the WORST FBI Director history, by far!"
The bureau says a technical system glitch caused messages between December 2016 and May 2017 not to have been properly stored.
Forget WikiLeaks, speeches to Goldman Sachs and the behind-the-scenes machinations of John Podesta. The FBI director’s letter to Congress was the ultimate October surprise.
The Democratic presidential nominee got a pass this summer on her "extremely careless" handling of classified information while secretary of state. But now the FBI is reopening its investigation.
FBI Director James Comey said Tuesday that although Clinton and her team were “extremely careless” in their use of a personal email server, his agency recommends that no criminal charges be brought against her.
Accusations began to fly after the attorney general had a brief conversation with the former president in Phoenix earlier this week.
The state's Republican governor has also filed a lawsuit against the Department of Justice in defense of the anti-LGBTQ bathroom law.
President Obama has vowed to present his pick to replace the late Justice Antonin Scalia before leaving office, but one of the rumored candidates on Obama's short list -- Attorney General Loretta Lynch -- has taken herself out of the running.