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In our news wrap Monday, federal officials say a Saudi gunman who opened fire at a U.S. naval base in Pensacola, Florida, in December had ties to al-Qaida. The shooter killed three sailors before being killed himself. Also, Attorney General…
By Mary Clare Jalonick, Associated Press
Democrats have demanded more information about Barr's intervention in the case of Roger Stone, a longtime Trump confidant who was convicted in November of lying to Congress and other charges.
By Michael Balsamo, Associated Press
The reassignment comes amid mounting evidence that guards at the chronically understaffed Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York abdicated their responsibility to keep the 66-year-old Epstein from killing himself.
By Jim Mustian, Michael Sisak, Michael Balsamo, Associated Press
The 66-year-old financier accused of sex trafficking underage girls was found Saturday morning in his cell at the chronically short-staffed Metropolitan Correctional Center.
Attorney General William Barr has announced that the federal government will resume enforcement of the death penalty. No federal executions have occurred since 2003, in the face of increasing litigation over the constitutionality of the punishment. Amna Nawaz talks to…
Attorney General William Barr has told House Judiciary Committee members he will not testify Thursday, according to AP sources.
Attorney General William Barr appeared on Capitol Hill Tuesday to discuss his agency budget. With prompting from House Democrats, he also talked about when Congress and the public will see the Mueller report and how much of it Barr will…
By Gretchen Frazee
Rosen, who currently serves as the deputy secretary of the Department of Transportation, has no prosecutorial experience, which is unusual for someone nominated to be the deputy attorney general.
By Associated Press
White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said Trump was "following the proper process" by putting the decision to William Barr.
Matthew Whitaker said in a statement Thursday that the House Judiciary Committee is trying "to create a public spectacle" by authorizing a tentative subpoena for his testimony even though he had already agreed to appear voluntarily.
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