Tag: DOJ

Rod Rosenstein

House Passes Resolution Demanding Rod Rosenstein Turn Over FBI Documents

The House on Thursday passed a resolution demanding that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein turn over all Justice Department and FBI documents requested by members of Congress investigating the FBI’s handling of the Trump-Russia investigation by July 7. 

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House Judiciary Panel Demands Rod Rosenstein Comply with Subpoena

The House Judiciary Committee approved a resolution on Tuesday demanding that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein turn over all requested documents regarding the FBI’s handling of the Trump-Russia investigation in seven days, or else face potential impeachment or contempt.

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DOJ Asks Court to Let Them Keep Border Crossing Families Together

The Department of Justice (DOJ), acting on President Donald Trump’s executive order seeking to keep parents charged with illegally crossing the U.S. border united with their children, asked the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California Thursday to grant the government relief from 1997’s “Flores Settlement.”

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Report: FBI Agent Peter Strzok Escorted Out of Headquarters

FBI agent Peter Strzok, who sent text messages expressing bias against President Donald Trump, was escorted out of the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s headquarters on Tuesday as part of disciplinary action, according to multiple reports.

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BuzzFeed Ben Slams DOJ for Exposing His Reporter Dated Her Source

BuzzFeed News editor in chief Ben Smith criticized the Justice Department on CNN’s Reliable Sources Sunday for revealing his former reporter Ali Watkins was engaged in a romantic relationship with Senate Intelligence Committee security veteran James Wolfe.

James Wolfe

Alleged Deep State Leaker James Wolfe Makes First Court Appearance

James Wolfe, the former Senate Intelligence Committee security director charged with lying about his contacts with a series of journalists – including his former paramour, New York Times reporter Ali Watkins – appeared in court Friday after his arrest late Thursday night.

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DOJ and FBI Offer More Spygate Details to Bipartisan Congressional Leaders

Representatives of the Justice Department (DOJ) and FBI proposed a second meeting with the leaders of both parties in Congress Wednesday, offering to flesh out the information on one or more “informants” in the 2016 Trump campaign they provided at a briefing last month.

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Mueller Investigation Costs Nearly $10 Million in 6 Months

The Justice Department’s (DOJ) Special Counsel’s Office (SCO), under which Robert Mueller and his “Russia investigation” operate, issued its required biannual spending report, showing a significant increase in the investigation’s spending rate.

MCALLEN, TX - AUGUST 07: U.S. Border Patrol agents detain undocumented immigrants after they crossed the border from Mexico into the United States on August 7, 2015 in McAllen, Texas. The state's Rio Grande Valley corridor is the busiest illegal border crossing into the United States. Border security and immigration …

Sessions: Zero Tolerance for Illegal Border Crossings

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced a zero-tolerance policy for illegal entry into this county. The announcement came in a directive to all of the U.S. Attorney’s Offices along the southwestern border with Mexico.

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Inspector General Launches Probe on Alleged DOJ, FBI Abuse of Surveillance Law

The Department of Justice Office of Inspector General announced Wednesday it is launching a review into whether the Justice Department and the FBI violated the law and applicable policies when using the Steele dossier to obtain a surveillance warrant on a former Trump campaign member.