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Sen. Ron Johnson: Informant Says ‘Secret Society’ Within FBI Held Off-Site Meetings

Sen. Ron Johnson: Informant Says ‘Secret Society’ Within FBI Held Off-Site Meetings

Chairman of the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee Ron Johnson (R-WI) said Tuesday an informant has confirmed the existence of a "secret society" inside the FBI working against

Trump’s Unorthodox New Legal Strategy to Kill DACA

Jonathan Blitzer reports on the Trump Administration’s new strategy of legal action and aggressive ICE enforcement to end DACA.
OH LOOK! Justice Department Watchdog Finds ‘Lost’ FBI Text Messages

OH LOOK! Justice Department Watchdog Finds ‘Lost’ FBI Text Messages

The Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz informed lawmakers Thursday that he has found the missing five months of text messages between senior FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page
Robert Mueller Might Question Donald Trump. Here’s What Could Go Wrong

Robert Mueller Might Question Donald Trump. Here’s What Could Go Wrong

Special counsel Robert Mueller may soon interview President Donald Trump as part of an ongoing FBI investigation, setting up a risky situation for the White House. As Mueller’s investigation into
Robert Mueller Might Question Donald Trump. Here’s What Could Go Wrong

Robert Mueller Might Question Donald Trump. Here’s What Could Go Wrong

Special counsel Robert Mueller may soon interview President Donald Trump as part of an ongoing FBI investigation, setting up a risky situation for the White House. As Mueller’s investigation into
Former FBI Assistant Director: ‘There May Be No Actual Misconduct’ at FBI Though ‘Appearance of Impropriety Is Huge’

Former FBI Assistant Director: ‘There May Be No Actual Misconduct’ at FBI Though ‘Appearance of Impropriety Is Huge’

“There may be no actual misconduct” among top-ranking FBI officials despite the “appearance of impropriety,” Ron Hosko, the former assistant director of the Criminal Investigative Division at the FBI
Lawsuit on Trump Emoluments Violations Gains Traction in Court

Lawsuit on Trump Emoluments Violations Gains Traction in Court

Trump International Hotel in Washington. “The argument is that as president he is unduly attracting business,” the judge said of President Trump. “There is some evidence of that.”
Op-Ed Columnist: McGahn in June, Other Republicans Soon

Op-Ed Columnist: McGahn in June, Other Republicans Soon

Donald McGahn, the White House counsel, refused to carry out any order to fire the special counsel overseeing the Russia investigation.
Everybody We Know Robert Mueller Has Interviewed in the Trump Investigation So Far

Everybody We Know Robert Mueller Has Interviewed in the Trump Investigation So Far

Special counsel Robert Mueller and congressional investigators have interviewed roughly 50 people who work at the White House or were involved in Donald Trump’s campaign. Based on a compilation of CBS
Everybody We Know Robert Mueller Has Interviewed in the Trump Investigation So Far

Everybody We Know Robert Mueller Has Interviewed in the Trump Investigation So Far

Special counsel Robert Mueller and congressional investigators have interviewed roughly 50 people who work at the White House or were involved in Donald Trump’s campaign. Based on a compilation by CBS
Mother of Long Island Gang Victim Invited to the State of the Union

Mother of Long Island Gang Victim Invited to the State of the Union

Evelyn Rodriguez and Freddy Cuevas with a memorial for their daughter Kayla Cuevas, in September 2016, in Brentwood, N.Y. Ms. Rodriguez has been invited to the White House and to the State of the

New York Times: The Nunes Memo Goes After Rod Rosenstein

We finally know the gist of what's in the manufactured Nunes memo, thanks to this New York Times story: "The New York Times reports the this morning that House Republicans' controversial memo on the
NYT: DOJ’s Rod Rosenstein Extended Spy Warrant on Former Trump Campaign Adviser Carter Page

NYT: DOJ’s Rod Rosenstein Extended Spy Warrant on Former Trump Campaign Adviser Carter Page

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein approved an application to extend surveillance of former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page shortly after taking office last spring, according to the New York
Trump Administration’s Counter-China Wireless Plan Hits Opposition from Telecom Giants

Trump Administration’s Counter-China Wireless Plan Hits Opposition from Telecom Giants

A clash arises between telecom players such as AT&T and Verizon against officials in the Trump administration's national security team.
Secret Memo Hints at a New Republican Target: Rod Rosenstein

Secret Memo Hints at a New Republican Target: Rod Rosenstein

Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein at a hearing in December. Mr. Rosenstein is said to have approved an application for surveillance of a former Trump associate.
NYT: Chris Wray put pressure on McCabe to quit after finding “something concerning” in IG report

NYT: Chris Wray put pressure on McCabe to quit after finding “something concerning” in IG report

Out. The post NYT: Chris Wray put pressure on McCabe to quit after finding “something concerning” in IG report appeared first on Hot Air.
How to Get a Wiretap to Spy on Americans, and Why That Matters Now

How to Get a Wiretap to Spy on Americans, and Why That Matters Now

The House Intelligence Committee, chaired by Representative Devin Nunes, Republican of California, voted on Monday to release a classified memo on the the Russia inquiry.
House Intelligence Committee Votes to Release the FBI Memo

House Intelligence Committee Votes to Release the FBI Memo

The House Intelligence Committee voted Monday to release a memo detailing alleged abuse by senior Justice Department and Federal Bureau of Investigations officials in their investigation of the Trump
How to Get a Wiretap to Spy on Americans, and Why That Matters Now

How to Get a Wiretap to Spy on Americans, and Why That Matters Now

The House Intelligence Committee, chaired by Representative Devin Nunes, Republican of California, voted on Monday to release a classified memo on the the Russia inquiry.