Former U.S. Attorney Joyce Vance told MSNBC on Wednesday that Attorney General Bill Barr's comments about American intelligence spying on Donald Trump's 2016 campaign were false. "None of it was true," she said.
It came after the Wikileaks founder appeared to be limping when he was addressed during his hearing at Westminster Magistrates' Court last month.
Attorney General William Barr said he was willing to go to the U.S. Supreme Court to ensure federal executions will restart despite a temporary block by a U.S. district judge, according to the Associated Press.
"These federal resources will help to prevent school violence and give our students the support they need to learn, grow, and thrive," Attorney General William P. Barr said in a press release.
The Justice Department settled with a school district in Woodburn, Oregon after a teaching applicant was denied a job because of his citizenship status.
The victims responded to ads for modeling jobs—with promises to receive $5,000—but were then allegedly forced to perform sexual acts on film.
Donald Trump's attorney said "there's nothing wrong" with the president asking foreign countries to investigate the Bidens and denied knowing the former vice president would run for the presidency when he started investigating himself in 2018.
One of President Trump's staunchest critics, George Conway, dismissed the controversy over Attorney General Bill Barr's party as a "silly story."
A packed U.S. courtroom on Tuesday oversaw the federal government's final attempts to hold Jeffrey Epstein to account now that the accused sex trafficker is deceased.
The daily EOIR news briefing, which is distributed to all 440 immigration judges in the U.S., this week contained a blog post from a white nationalist website.
Yi-Chi Shih sourced sensitive microchips from an American company whose customers include the U.S. Air Force and DARPA.
"It seems like in part they're coming after Individual One—the president of the United States," Chuck Rosenberg said.
The deputy attorney general has reportedly already informed President Donald Trump and White House officials of his plan to leave the administration once William Barr is confirmed as attorney general.
Charles Thomas Barbarotta has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for sex trafficking.
Ryan Lin admitted to making more than 120 hoax bomb threats—including 24 in a single day.
If convicted, Pascal Calogero III, son of former Louisiana Supreme Court Justice Pascal Calogero Jr., faces a maximum term of life imprisonment.
Tesla said "the matter should be quickly resolved."
Ben Sasse was responding to the president's latest attack on the Department of Justice.
George Garofano, 26, of North Branford in Connecticut, covertly gained access to approximately 240 accounts.
The Department of Justice sued to strip Norma Borgono, who played a minor role in a $24 million fraud scheme, of her American citizenship in May.
Last month, a federal judge gave the government until July 10 to reunite children under 5 years old and until July 26 for those 5 years and older.
The Trump administration will end a set of Obama-era policies and guidelines that aimed to promote diversity on university campuses by encouraging the use of race in college admissions, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
A Justice Department lawyer in San Diego warned border authorities that an increased number of immigration cases "will occupy substantially more of our resources."
Attorney Joel McElvain submitted his resignation after Attorney General Jeff Sessions told Congress the Department of Justice wouldn't defend the Affordable Care Act.
This one takes aim at the Trump administration's practice of separating migrant children from their parents at the U.S. border.