Obama's attorney general gave a rare interview to NBC News.
Richard Epstein writes that Spielberg's 'The Post' raises questions about publishing leaks today.
Forget the Fourth Amendment. There is no escape from "incidental" collection of information.
Trump and other Republicans have accused Andrew McCabe of misconduct.
The press secretary responded to the president's tweeting about the "Deep State Justice Department."
The FBI had previously confirmed the existence of the drafted statement.
The former attorney general and former president met in Phoenix while the FBI was investigating Hillary Clinton's use of a personal email server.
Representative Matt Gaetz and others are calling for answers about Comey's handling of the Clinton emails probe.
The FBI had previously said the bureau began drafting a statement about Clinton months before interviewing her.
Administration lawyers met with the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform on Wednesday.
Representative Elijah Cummings wants a review similar to the one the FBI did for Hillary Clinton.
Ivanka Trump and Donald Trump Jr. were entrenched in an investigation after they reportedly discussed via email ways they could lie to prospective buyers about condos.
A White House spokesperson pointed out that Trump was not a federal employee at the time.
The president was very outspoken about his feelings on Clinton's emails.
The Trump-Russia special counsel isn't enough, according to a former FBI agent—he thinks there should also be one for Clinton's emails.
Senators Chuck Grassley and Lindsey Graham of the Senate Judiciary Committee detailed the information in a letter to new FBI Director Christopher Wray.
George Papadopoulos, a young foreign policy adviser to Trump's campaign, suggested the candidate meet with Russian leaders, The Washington Post reported on Monday evening.
The State Department did not go far enough in uncovering Clinton's emails related to the 2012 Benghazi attack, a federal judge appointed by Obama rules.
The American Center for Law and Justice obtained hundreds of pages of emails between reporters and Department of Justice communications staff.
The hackers have obtained seven times more data than in the 2014 Sony security breach.