Deputy Attorney General Ron Rosenstein flew to Seattle for a press conference at which he announced little, but may have said a great deal.
During a live broadcast of “Hannity” from CPAC Wednesday evening, Fox News legal analyst Gregg Jarrett articulated why former FBI Director James Comey, former Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein andShow More Summary
A woman explained before a federal judge how she set up a fake identity to gain access to private information that she gave to the Attorney General's office.
On Tuesday, the state of California filed its brief at the U.S. Supreme Court defending a 2015 state law that forces non-profit pregnancy centers to provide free advertising for the abortion industry. California’s brief continues to make clear that the state is targeting pro-life pregnancy centers because it disagrees with what they say and do […]
“President Trump attacked his own attorney general on Wednesday, asking in a Twitter post why Jeff Sessions has not been investigating Democrats for Russian interference in the 2016 election,” the New York Times reports. “In his tweet, Mr. Trump revived [...]
If approved, new law would split Prop 13, keeping shelters for taxes on residential buildings, but allowing for tax hikes of other properties The California Attorney General’s Office released on Tuesday its summary of a proposed state...Show More Summary
The fund set aside to by the potential new owners of the Weinstein Company to compensate victims of Harvey Weinstein’s alleged sexual misconduct has more than tripled today in discussions with the New York attorney general’s office. At...Show More Summary
Nothing says cutting-edge digital badassery like a government cybersecurity task force, amirite? On Tuesday, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced the creation of a new, special cybersecurity task force aimed at combatting global threats and protecting U.S. Show More Summary
Associate Attorney General Rachel Brand hinted last week that DOJ may become more involved in reviewing settlements.
President Donald Trump’s fury about Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ Russia-probe recusal has broken out again like a bad rash. This morning Trump tweeted a "question" in which he wondered: "If all of the Russian meddling took placeShow More Summary
Donald Trump turned his wrath to Attorney General Jeff Sessions again today, asking why the DOJ isn’t investigating Obama for Russian meddling. Tweeted Trump: “Question: If all of the Russian meddling took place during the Obama Administr… Read The post Trump Attacks Jeff Sessions Again, Demands DOJ Investigate Obama for Russian Meddling appeared first on Towleroad.
BREAKING: David Glasser is hitting back. After being vilified in the press by New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman and subsequently fired for cause last Friday night by The Weinstein Company’s Bob Weinstein and board members Tarak...Show More Summary
Early Wednesday morning, President Trump tweeted something sensible, rational, and good for America. Jk. Responding to recent developments in Robert Mueller's investigation into the Trump campaign's association with Russia, the president's Twitter account has seemed more unhinged than usual. Show More Summary
The latest humiliation for the beleaguered attorney general.
Trump evidently wants Attorney General Jeff Sessions to investigate Democrats -- just because.
CNBC reports: President Donald Trump slammed the attorney general on Wednesday, calling on his more than 48 million Twitter followers to “ask Jeff Session” why the Obama administration is not the focus of the special counsel’s Russia probe. Show More Summary
President Trump attacked his own attorney general on Wednesday, asking in a Twitter post why Jeff Sessions has not been investigating Democrats for Russian interference in the 2016 election.
On Wednesday, President Donald Trump dove into his fifth day of blaming everyone but his administration for failing to act against Russian interference, this time dragging in Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Trump misspelled the attorney general’s name while challenging the Justice Department for not going after his predecessor, President Barack Obama. (The spelling error has […]
President Trump on Wednesday lashed out at Attorney General Jeff Sessions, suggesting the president’s supporters should pressure Sessions to focus the investigation into Russian election meddling on President Barack Obama’s administration. Show More Summary
President Donald Trump asked why Attorney General Jeff Sessions isn't investigating former President Barack Obama in relation to the Russia investigation. Sessions recused himself from all investigations related to Russia and the 2016...Show More Summary