Tag: Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions (L) poses for a photograph with Justice Department Civil Division Appellate Staff Assistant Director Sharon Swingle (C) during the 65th Annual Attorney General's Awards Ceremony at the Daughters of the American Revolution Constitution Hall October 25, 2017 in Washington, DC. Swingle was given The Attorney General's Award for Distinguished Service for her leadership in the defense of President Donald Trump's executive order banning travel from several Muslim majority countries among other accomplishments. Sessions helped honor more than 200 department employees and 19 people from other organizations. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

Department of Justice Top Brass Honors Law Enforcement Heroes

Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, the nation’s top two law enforcement officials, addressed the 65th Annual Attorney General’s Awards Wednesday at Washington, DC’s Daughters of the American Revolution Hall.

Staffing-Up Continues at DOJ

Two important political appointees were named to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein’s team at the Department of Justice Monday.

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EXCLUSIVE – Carter Page Requests Release of FISA Warrant Details ‘Concocted’ by James Comey’s FBI

PHILADELPHIA — Carter Page, the American financial consultant who was tangentially and briefly associated with Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, on Monday sent a request to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein seeking the release of information used to reportedly obtain a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISA) warrant to monitor his personal communications.

Dem Sen Harris Grills Rosenstein — Is Reprimanded By Burr

Wednesday at the Senate Intelligence Committee hearing Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) demanded Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein give his assurance that as special counsel in the Russia investigation former FBI director Robert Mueller will have “full” independence. As Harris demanded a

DOJ: Drug Overdose Now Leading Cause of Death for Americans Under 50

Drug overdose is now the leading cause of death for Americans under the age of 50, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein said Tuesday morning. Rosenstein, along with acting head of the Drug Enforcement Agency, Chuck Rosenberg, and other prominent officials in law enforcement addressed the media at the DEA’s headquarters in Arlington, VA to discuss the ongoing response to the nation’s staggering opioid epidemic.