Demands for The Duke of York's testimony on Jeffrey Epstein will be approved and he can only refuse to answer questions if it would incriminate him, legal experts tell Newsweek.
The DOJ is investigating Ahmaud Arbery's February shooting death in Georgia as a potential hate crime, his family's attorney told news outlets Monday.
Romney and 25 Republican senators sent a letter to Attorney General William Barr demanding an investigation into Planned Parenthood's application that resulted in $80 million from the Small Business Administration's Paycheck Protection Program.
"The Court should grant the United States' motion without delay and without irrelevant or personal comment," the brief read.
Muhammad Masood of Minnesota allegedly wanted to carry out "lone wolf" terrorist attacks on the U.S. and had pledged his allegiance to ISIS.
President Trump has turned the Justice Department into a cesspool of cronyism.
DOJ drops charges against Michael Flynn.
Over-crowded and understaffed prison facilities offer a perfect environment for COVID-19 to spread quickly, with potentially devastating results.
Four federal prosecutors resigned Tuesday after the DOJ walked back a recommended jail term for Trump associate Roger Stone, soon after the president attacked the proposal on Twitter.
Richard W. Painter described Attorney General William Barr as the "most dangerous" in United States history, citing what he described as religious zealotry.
During Tuesday's episode of "The Rush Limbaugh Show," Limbaugh called Michael Horowitz a "swampist" ahead of the release of the Inspector General's report on Russian interference in the 2016 election.
On Tuesday, the DOJ, DOD, DHS, DNI, FBI, NSA, and CISA released a joint statement on 2020 election security, warning that "Russia, China, Iran, and other foreign malicious actors all will seek to interfere in the voting process or influence voter perceptions."
In a scathing 77-page report, the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) said the DEA was "slow to respond" to the opioid crisis in a number of ways.
"Mueller turning in his report is not like Beyoncé dropping an album. It's like learning that Beyoncé is in the studio."
"You have a judge like T.S. Ellis, who looks at a defendant like Paul Manafort, sees someone rich, powerful, nearly 70 years old, and looks at a version himself," a former Justice Department official told MSNBC.
Concerns still lingered among Democratic lawmakers whether Whitaker, a previously outspoken critic of Mueller's investigation, hindered the probe or discussed it with the president.
"Do you know what kind of damage has been done to the children and families across this country," Representative Pramila Jayapal asked Whitaker.
Wallace and political analyst Elise Jordan reflected on Trump's history of "disastrous appointees" on Tuesday's "Deadline: White House."
David Laufman described the president's reported efforts to hide details of meetings with Vladimir Putin as "positively chilling."
William Barr's memo bashed the special counsel's approach to the law, calling it "grossly irresponsible" with "potentially disastrous implications" for the future of the presidency.
Comey also revealed that he will appear again before the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform Committees on December 17 to answer more questions.
"We in California will continue to do what's right for our residents," said Democratic senator Scott Wiener.
Tesla said "the matter should be quickly resolved."