In the era before President Donald Trump, Republican Mike DeWine's status as an easy favorite to win Ohio's governor's race would have been assured. The 70-year-old attorney general, who announced … Click to Continue »
U.S. Rep. John Moolenaar and several other officials are asking Gov. Rick Snyder to seek federal emergency aid for central Michigan counties hard-hit by flooding. Moolenaar, Michigan Attorney General Bill … Click to Continue »
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is scheduled to make an appearance Sunday where he's widely expected to announce he's running for governor. The 70-year-old Republican, a former U.S. senator and … Click to Continue »
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In a move that some are calling ironic, California has added four more states to its travel ban, doubling the number of states that employes are banned from traveling to. California Attorney General Xavier Becerra announced on Thursday, June 22, 2017 that added to the list are Alabama, Kentucky, South Dakota, and Texas. Show More Summary
Sally Yates, the former deputy attorney general who was fired by President Donald Trump in January, criticized Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ approach to fighting crime and accused him of distorting facts. In a Washington Post op-ed,...Show More Summary
Some GOP lawmakers who are working to tighten Missouri's abortion regulations also hope to give the state attorney general authority to prosecute violations of abortion laws. Abortion opponents say the … Click to Continue »
As more Democrats have started to question why former Attorney General Loretta Lynch was never investigated for obstruction following a suspicious meeting with former President Bill Clinton, it appears the Senate Judiciary CommitteeShow More Summary
It’s been a rough week for the legacy of the Obama administration. Yesterday, the Senate Judiciary Committee launched a Democrat-endorsed probe into former Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s conduct during the campaign – when it’s widely...Show More Summary
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California's attorney general blocked state-funded travel to Texas and three other states on Thursday in response to what he considers anti-LGBT rights laws enacted this year.
Xavier Becerra, the state's attorney general, has become the face of its resistance.
The Senate Judiciary Committee is seeking information about alleged political interference by the former attorney general.
Former acting Attorney General Sally Yates resurfaced on Friday to criticize the Department of Justice’s stance on criminal justice reform.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Republicans and Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee are seeking information about alleged political interference by former Attorney General Loretta Lynch into the FBI's investigation of Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server.
Did Lynch attempt to interfere with an FBI investigation? The post GOOD: Senate Judiciary Committee Opens Probe Into Former Attorney General Loretta Lynch appeared first on RedState.
Former acting Attorney General Sally Yates says it’s time to “move past campaign-style rhetoric” on the issue of criminal justice system reform. Yates, who was fired by President Donald Trump after serving in the Justice Department for 28 years, penned a scathing op-ed in the...
Remember Sally Yates? She has publicly resurfaced with a new op-ed in The Washington Post criticizing Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
Donald Trump could face an indictment from New York’s attorney general, who is rumored to be planning a “Mafia-style” prosecution of the president’s shady business dealings that could leave his business empire dismantled. There haveShow More Summary
Notice the media doesn't want to talk about the interference that's actually evidenced. The Senate Judiciary Committee has opened a probe into former Attorney General Loretta Lynch?s efforts to shape the FBI's investigation into 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton,...
California's attorney general blocked state-funded travel to four states on Thursday in response to what he considers anti-LGBT rights laws.