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Barr Threatens Not to Testify Before House, but Democrats May Subpoena Him

Barr Threatens Not to Testify Before House, but Democrats May Subpoena Him

Attorney General William P. Barr is scheduled to appear Thursday before the House Judiciary Committee to testify about the special counsel’s report.
Exclusive -- Jerome Corsi Claims Mueller's Team Tried to Pressure Him Into Pleading Guilty

Exclusive -- Jerome Corsi Claims Mueller's Team Tried to Pressure Him Into Pleading Guilty

Author and political commentator Jerome Corsi, who was under investigation by Special Counsel Robert Mueller for potential collusion with Russia, claimed Mueller’s team tried to pressure him to plead
Barr Threatens Not to Testify Before House, but Democrats May Subpoena Him

Barr Threatens Not to Testify Before House, but Democrats May Subpoena Him

Attorney General William P. Barr is scheduled to appear Thursday before the House Judiciary Committee to testify about the special counsel’s report.
White Collar Watch: Was the College Admissions Scandal a Conspiracy, or Did Prosecutors Overreach?

White Collar Watch: Was the College Admissions Scandal a Conspiracy, or Did Prosecutors Overreach?

Lori Loughlin leaving federal court in Boston this month. The question is whether prosecutors in Boston may have overreached in trying to link in a single conspiracy 19 of the 33 parents who were

T-Mobile and Sprint push merger deadline to July 29th

T-Mobile and Sprint have pushed back the deadline to complete their $26 billion merger, reports Reuters. The companies will now have until July 29th to earn the approval of the US Justice Department
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to Step Down in May

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to Step Down in May

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein told President Trump he would leave May 11 in a resignation letter submitted on Monday.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to Step Down in May

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to Step Down in May

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein told President Trump he would leave May 11 in a resignation letter submitted on Monday.
As Trump Family Sues to Block Subpoenas, Democrats Ponder Impeachment

As Trump Family Sues to Block Subpoenas, Democrats Ponder Impeachment

Representatives Jamie Raskin, left, and Jerrold Nadler, both Democrats, expressed frustration with the Trump administration’s lack of cooperation with Congress.

Two Charged With Running ‘Shadow Banking’ Service for Crypto Exchanges

The U.S. government has sued two individuals in connection with a scheme to provide "shadow banking" services to unregulated crypto exchanges.
Rod Rosenstein’s Strange Letter of Thanks to Donald Trump

Rod Rosenstein’s Strange Letter of Thanks to Donald Trump

Amy Davidson Sorkin writes on the Deputy Attorney General, Rod Rosenstein, and his resignation letter, which lauded President Trump.
Mueller Objected to Barr’s Description of Russia Investigation’s Findings on Trump

Mueller Objected to Barr’s Description of Russia Investigation’s Findings on Trump

Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel, leaving Easter services in April. He ended his investigation and delivered his 448-page report to the attorney general in March.
Mark Meadows Blasts Democrat Investigations of Trump as 'Opposition Research'

Mark Meadows Blasts Democrat Investigations of Trump as 'Opposition Research'

Meadows blasted House Democrats' investigations of President Trump during a live discussion with the Washington Post on Tuesday.
Mueller Objected to Barr’s Description of Russia Investigation’s Findings on Trump

Mueller Objected to Barr’s Description of Russia Investigation’s Findings on Trump

Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel, leaving Easter services in April. He ended his investigation and delivered his 448-page report to the attorney general in March.
Report: Mueller Objected to Barr's Report Rollout But Did Not Say It Was Inaccurate

Report: Mueller Objected to Barr's Report Rollout But Did Not Say It Was Inaccurate

Mueller complained Barr's second letter "did not fully capture the context, nature, and substance” of his investigation.
As Trump Family Sues to Block Subpoenas, Democrats Ponder Impeachment

As Trump Family Sues to Block Subpoenas, Democrats Ponder Impeachment

Representatives Jamie Raskin, left, and Jerrold Nadler, both Democrats, expressed frustration with the Trump administration’s lack of cooperation with Congress.
William Barr Hearing: Highlights of His Testimony

William Barr Hearing: Highlights of His Testimony

Attorney General William P. Barr testifying on Wednesday before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
William Barr Hearing: Highlights of His Testimony

William Barr Hearing: Highlights of His Testimony

Attorney General William P. Barr testifying on Wednesday before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
When the Mueller Investigation Ended, the Battle Over Its Conclusions Began

When the Mueller Investigation Ended, the Battle Over Its Conclusions Began

Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel, sought to have Attorney General William P. Barr release more details from his report than Mr. Barr originally did.