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Former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein will testify next week at a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on the Justice Department's Russia investigation.
By Eric Tucker, Associated Press
In a new book, Pulitzer winner James B. Stewart explores two controversial recent investigations by the FBI and the Justice Department: Probes into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server when she was secretary of state and Russian interference…
Rosenstein's exit from the Justice Department caps a tenure marked by a tumultuous relationship with President Donald Trump, which involved some of the most consequential moments of the president's term so far.
By Michael Balsamo, Associated Press
Rosenstein's departure had been expected since the confirmation of William Barr as attorney general. The White House nominated a replacement for the department's No. 2 slot weeks ago.
By Eric Tucker, Michael Balsamo, Associated Press
By Molly Finnegan
Rosenstein, a Trump administration appointee who oversaw special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe at the Justice Department, will step down from his role May 11, according to a resignation letter he submitted Monday.
The Justice Department is expected to release a redacted version of the special counsel's report on Russian election interference and Donald Trump's campaign.
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.
President Donald Trump on Tuesday said he intends to nominate Jeffrey Rosen, a longtime litigator and deputy transportation secretary, to replace Rod Rosenstein as deputy attorney general.
By Associated Press
President Donald Trump is lashing out at key officials involved in the Russia probe, namely former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe and the current deputy attorney general, Rod Rosenstein.
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