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Democrats Prepare Congressional Hearings over Trump Saying 'Fake News'

Democrats Prepare Congressional Hearings over Trump Saying 'Fake News'

According to a new report, congressional Democrats are planning to hold hearings about President Trump's criticisms of the media, among other institutions like courts, the FBI, and the Justice
Former Attorney General Holder says DOJ should be allowed to indict Trump

Former Attorney General Holder says DOJ should be allowed to indict Trump

Former Attorney General Eric Holder, who led the Justice Department for most of the Obama administration, told a podcast run by the legal commentary site Lawfare that a Nixon era legal opinion

Jared Kusher: Many Tasks, Few Words, Top-Secret Clearance

The president’s son-in-law has traveled around the world, conducting high-level work on behalf of the White House. Yet the Department of Justice found substantial issues related to his security
Police officers avoid charges in two different shootings of unarmed black men

Police officers avoid charges in two different shootings of unarmed black men

This weekend brought news that police officers involved in two different fatal shootings of unarmed black men will not face charges related to those killings. Sacramento County District Attorney Anne
Judge Declines to Speed Up Case of Alabama Woman Who Joined ISIS

Judge Declines to Speed Up Case of Alabama Woman Who Joined ISIS

Hoda Muthana with her son at the Al Hawl detention camp in Syria.

Judge Uses Rare Move to Throw Out Case Against Barclays Trader

Market-manipulation charges against Robert Bogucki were dismissed before the jury had a chance to deliberate, which will prevent federal prosecutors from appealing the decision.
Trump’s pick for Office on Violence Against Women doesn’t understand gun violence against women

Trump’s pick for Office on Violence Against Women doesn’t understand gun violence against women

A Republican whose career has been defined largely by a record of opposition to LGBTQ and immigrant rights, and who falsely claims guns will protect women from violence, is being considered to lead

Homeland Security hasn’t done enough to protect election infrastructure, says watchdog

Homeland Security could do more to protect election infrastructure, according to a new report by the department’s watchdog. The report from the inspector general, out Wednesday, said progress had been
Justice Dept. to Step Up Enforcement of Foreign Influence Laws

Justice Dept. to Step Up Enforcement of Foreign Influence Laws

The Justice Department’s headquarters in Washington. From 1966 until 2015, the department pursued seven cases related to potential violations of the Foreign Agents Registration Act.
Giuliani Says Lawyers Have Sought Trump Pardons for Their Clients

Giuliani Says Lawyers Have Sought Trump Pardons for Their Clients

Michael D. Cohen, President Trump���s former personal lawyer, testifying before Congress last week. ���I have never asked for, nor would I accept, a pardon from President Trump,��� he said during his
Giuliani Says Lawyers Have Sought Trump Pardons for Their Clients

Giuliani Says Lawyers Have Sought Trump Pardons for Their Clients

Michael D. Cohen, President Trump’s former personal lawyer, testifying before Congress last week. “I have never asked for, nor would I accept, a pardon from President Trump,” he said during his
What if the Mueller Report Demands Bold Action?

What if the Mueller Report Demands Bold Action?

Attorney General Elliot Richardson at a news conference in 1973.
Trump Administration to Pause Hiring of Immigration Judges Amid Case Backlog

Trump Administration to Pause Hiring of Immigration Judges Amid Case Backlog

The timing of the 2019 budget has left the office short of being able to fulfill its operational needs.
After Years Of Turning A Blind Eye, DOJ Moves To Ramp Up FARA Enforcement

After Years Of Turning A Blind Eye, DOJ Moves To Ramp Up FARA Enforcement

As former Trump Campaign chairman Paul Manafort faces dual sentencing hearings this week and next, the Justice Department is planning...
DOJ: 225 Individuals Charged In Scams Targeting The Elderly

DOJ: 225 Individuals Charged In Scams Targeting The Elderly

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Justice Department said Thursday that it has charged more than 225 individuals over the past year...
The Mueller Report Is Already a Hit, Sight Unseen

The Mueller Report Is Already a Hit, Sight Unseen

Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel investigating Russian interference in the 2016 election. Publishers have already begun taking orders for a report that he is expected to produce, despite no
The Mueller Report Is Already a Hit, Sight Unseen

The Mueller Report Is Already a Hit, Sight Unseen

Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel investigating Russian interference in the 2016 election. Publishers have already begun taking orders for a report that he is expected to produce, despite no
After Outcry, Jeff Sessions’s Former Spokeswoman Drops Editing Role at CNN

After Outcry, Jeff Sessions’s Former Spokeswoman Drops Editing Role at CNN

Sarah Isgur Flores said Friday that she would be an on-air analyst, rather than a “political editor,” which was the role that CNN described when it hired her three weeks ago.
Manafort’s 47 Months: A Sentence That Drew Gasps From Around the Country

Manafort’s 47 Months: A Sentence That Drew Gasps From Around the Country

Judge T.S. Ellis III praised the character of Paul Manafort, saying he “lived an otherwise blameless life.”
Manafort’s 47 Months: A Sentence That Drew Gasps From Around the Country

Manafort’s 47 Months: A Sentence That Drew Gasps From Around the Country

Judge T.S. Ellis III praised the character of Paul Manafort, saying he “lived an otherwise blameless life.”