Obama's attorney general gave a rare interview to NBC News.
The former attorney general and former president met in Phoenix while the FBI was investigating Hillary Clinton's use of a personal email server.
Republican lawmakers have called for a special counsel to investigate Lynch.
Dubious Russian intelligence is behind accusations that Lynch interfered in an FBI investigation of candidate Hillary Clinton.
Could Obama have intervened to correct Comey's mistakes?
Clinton's urging for full transparency is an attempt to show she has nothing to hide.
The attorney general hears criticism from Republican lawmakers on the House Judiciary Committee.
Loretta Lynch calls nightclub massacre "an act of terror and an act of hate."
Comey said the FBI had taken terrorism investigations "up a notch" since the Paris attacks.
State laws have the potential to reduce eligible voters' ability to cast ballots.
Previously, certain benefits didn't extend to gay couples who lived in states that didn't recognize their union.
The president addressed the country early Thursday afternoon about the deadly shooting in Charleston.
The soccer organization reportedly spent about $20 million for the making of the film.
The Russian president said it's "odd" that the United States investigated FIFA.
What gives the U.S. Department of Justice jurisdiction?
The alleged illegal acts spanned 24 years.
If there were ever a place to get arrested, it would be the Baur au Lac in Zurich.
The U.S. Justice Department indicted 14 soccer officials on federal corruption charges.
The DOJ's decision to launch a probe there is the latest in a string of investigations into police forces around the country.
The investigation will examine whether the Baltimore Police Department violated the Constitution.
A federal probe will look into whether Baltimore's police department has engaged in a "pattern or practice" of excessive force.
Marcos Alonso Zea, 26, is an American citizen.
Farekh hoped to become a martyr.
Executive action on immigration, NSA surveillance: OK. Waterboarding? Not so much. Here's what AG nom Loretta Lynch had to say on day one.