AG Barr: Mueller ‘Could’ve Reached a Decision’ on Whether Trump Obstructed Justice
Even though Robert Mueller said a Justice Department policy prevents charging a sitting president, Attorney General William Barr said the special counsel could have declared whether President Trump broke the law.
N.H. Man Sentenced to 16+ Years for Assaulting, Robbing ATF Informant
A New Hampshire man was sentenced to 16-and-a-half years in prison for his role in the 2017 beating and robbing of an ATF informant who was trying to purchase guns.
FBI Names Scott Brunner As Special Agent in Charge of San Diego Field Office
Scott Brunner, a 16-year FBI veteran, has been appointed as special agent in charge of the bureau’s San Diego Field Office.
Lawsuit: Women Sexually Harassed During FBI Training in Quantico
As the FBI tries to increase its ranks of female agents, 16 women have sued the bureau, claiming they were sexually harassed at the FBI’s training academy in Quantico, Va.
Mueller Breaks Silence After 2-year Special Counsel Investigation
Special counsel Robert Mueller made his first public statement on the Russia investigation Wednesday, saying the inquiry is officially closed and he’s retiring from the Justice Department.
Supreme Court to Tackle Thorny Case of U.S.-Mexico Border Shooting
When Mexican teenagers are shot at the American border, can American families sue in U.S. courts?
Comey Blasts Trump for ‘Dumb Lies’ about FBI, Defends Bureau’s Handling of Case
Former FBI Director James Comey slammed President Trump as “a liar” for “ranting about treason and corruption at the FBI” and defended the bureau’s decision to investigate the Trump campaign.