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Mueller Played by the Rules. Trump Made New Ones.

Mueller Played by the Rules. Trump Made New Ones.

The special counsel led an investigation that was disciplined, quiet, and by the book — and the president seized the opportunity.
Elizabeth Warren Wants Congress to Ensure Presidents Can Be Indicted

Elizabeth Warren Wants Congress to Ensure Presidents Can Be Indicted

Seeking to clarify that “no president is above the law,” Ms. Warren called for reversing a Justice Department policy that prevents their indictment.
DOJ Watchdog: High-Level FBI Official Had Unauthorized Media Contacts, Leaked, Accepted Gift

DOJ Watchdog: High-Level FBI Official Had Unauthorized Media Contacts, Leaked, Accepted Gift

Horowitz announced Wednesday a former high-level FBI official engaged in misconduct by having unauthorized contacts with the media.
DOJ Denies Claim That A Top Official Lied In Census Citizenship Case

DOJ Denies Claim That A Top Official Lied In Census Citizenship Case

The Justice Department said Thursday that the assertions of new, damning evidence in the census citizenship case were “false” in...
Will the Legitimacy of the Supreme Court Survive the Census Case?

Will the Legitimacy of the Supreme Court Survive the Census Case?

Last year, the court overlooked the anti-Muslim animus of the travel ban and ruled for the administration. It should not be taken in again.

Elizabeth Warren Wants to Appoint DOJ Staff Who Will Indict a President

Warren's proposal comes just two days after Special Counsel Robert Mueller delivered his first public remarks.
Elizabeth Warren Wants Congress to Ensure Presidents Can Be Indicted

Elizabeth Warren Wants Congress to Ensure Presidents Can Be Indicted

Seeking to clarify that “no president is above the law,” Ms. Warren called for reversing a Justice Department policy that prevents their indictment.
More Warren: Elect me and we’ll change the law to let the DOJ indict sitting presidents

More Warren: Elect me and we’ll change the law to let the DOJ indict sitting presidents

"No matter what he may think, Donald Trump is not a King. No President is." The post More Warren: Elect me and we’ll change the law to let the DOJ indict sitting presidents appeared first on Hot Air.
Barr Escalates Criticism of Mueller Team and Defends Trump

Barr Escalates Criticism of Mueller Team and Defends Trump

The attorney general blamed the special counsel’s office for unforeseen delays in the release of the Mueller report that prompted him to summarize its findings in a widely criticized letter.
Barr Escalates Criticism of Mueller Team and Defends Trump

Barr Escalates Criticism of Mueller Team and Defends Trump

The attorney general blamed the special counsel’s office for unforeseen delays in the release of the Mueller report that prompted him to summarize its findings in a widely criticized letter.
Elizabeth Warren wants to change the policy that prevents sitting presidents from being indicted

Elizabeth Warren wants to change the policy that prevents sitting presidents from being indicted

After special counsel Robert Mueller emphasized that charging President Donald Trump with a crime was never an option due to a Department of Justice policy, Sen. Elizabeth Warren announced that, if
Justice Dept. Keeps Wiretaps Secret in Flynn Case, Rejecting Judge’s Order

Justice Dept. Keeps Wiretaps Secret in Flynn Case, Rejecting Judge’s Order

The release of transcripts of calls between President Trump’s former adviser and Russia’s ambassador would have provided a highly unusual confirmation of a government secret.
Justice Dept. Keeps Wiretaps Secret in Flynn Case, Rejecting Judge’s Order

Justice Dept. Keeps Wiretaps Secret in Flynn Case, Rejecting Judge’s Order

The release of transcripts of calls between President Trump’s former adviser and Russia’s ambassador would have provided a highly unusual confirmation of a government secret.
Justice Dept. Explores Google Antitrust Case

Justice Dept. Explores Google Antitrust Case

A case would renew scrutiny of the company amid a growing chorus of criticism about the power of big tech.
Justice Dept. Explores Google Antitrust Case

Justice Dept. Explores Google Antitrust Case

A case would renew scrutiny of the company amid a growing chorus of criticism about the power of big tech.
Report: Justice Department Prepares to Launch Antitrust Investigation into Google

Report: Justice Department Prepares to Launch Antitrust Investigation into Google

According to recent reports, the U.S. Justice Department is preparing to launch an antitrust investigation into Alphabet Inc.'s Google.
Man Who Posed as Saudi Prince and Defrauded Investors Out of $8 Million Is Sent to Prison

Man Who Posed as Saudi Prince and Defrauded Investors Out of $8 Million Is Sent to Prison

Anthony Gignac, 48, once called “The Prince of Fraud,” was sentenced to more than 18 years in prison. Prosecutors said he had spent most of his life impersonating Prince Khalid al-Saud.
Man Who Posed as Saudi Prince and Defrauded Investors Out of $8 Million Is Sent to Prison

Man Who Posed as Saudi Prince and Defrauded Investors Out of $8 Million Is Sent to Prison

Anthony Gignac, 48, once called “The Prince of Fraud,” was sentenced to more than 18 years in prison. Prosecutors said he had spent most of his life impersonating Prince Khalid al-Saud.
Justice Department Is Reportedly Looking Into an Antitrust Investigation Into Google

Justice Department Is Reportedly Looking Into an Antitrust Investigation Into Google

The Justice Department may be preparing to launch an antitrust investigation into Google, according to reports.Read more...
James Comey Accuses AG Barr of 'Echoing Conspiracy Theories' in CBS Interview

James Comey Accuses AG Barr of 'Echoing Conspiracy Theories' in CBS Interview

Fired FBI Director James Comey claims Attorney General William Barr is guilty of "echoing conspiracy theories" during a recent CBS interview, in what is the longtime law enforcement officer's latest