Senate confirms Christopher Wray to succeed James Comey as head of FBI
Christopher Wray was confirmed Tuesday as the new director of the FBI , almost three months after President Trump controversially fired his predecessor James Comey amid the ongoing investigation into Russian election interference and possible collusion with the Trump campaign. Wray's confirmation
Who is newly confirmed FBI Director Christopher Wray?
President Trump 's choice to replace the ousted James Comey as FBI director, Christopher Wray, was confirmed by a 92-5 vote in the Senate on Tuesday. In June, Trump nominated Wray for the post, writing in a tweet, “I will be nominating Christopher A. Wray, a man of impeccable credentials, to be the
Trump FBI pick Christopher Wray testifies no one asked him for 'loyalty oath'
Faced with questions about Russian election interference and the possibility of collusion with the Trump campaign, President Trump's nominee for FBI director today stood firm in his belief in the agency’s independence, pushing back against any suggestion that he’d interfere with the Justice
Gov. Chris Christie guest hosts on sports radio show
Callers called in to give the NJ governor an earful about his family beach outing on a beach he closed to the public due to a state government shutdown.
Top intel officials won't say if Trump asked them to intervene
Senators from both sides pressed the nation's top intelligence officials about whether the president asked them to intervene in the Michael Flynn investigation.
What should we expect from James Comey's testimony?
"The View" co-hosts discuss what to expect from the former FBI director's testimony as part of an ongoing investigation into the Trump team's alleged ties to Russia.
The Note: Trump preps for war with Comey
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW TODAY President Trump announced he’s nominating Christopher A. Wray, a former Justice Department official and Chris Christie Bridgegate attorney, for FBI director We’re getting a sneak peek of what former FBI Director James Comey will say in his highly-anticipated
Trump to interview two candidates for FBI director today
President Trump has meetings with two candidates for FBI director today at the White House, Press Secretary Sean Spicer said in today’s press briefing. Spicer confirmed that Trump will interview John Pistole and Chris Wray. Wray, a former top Justice Department official, is an attorney who served
Ex-Christie allies sentenced to prison for 'Bridgegate'
Bill Baroni and Bridget Anne Kelly both received prison sentences for creating a four-day traffic jam in New Jersey that prosecutors called political revenge against a mayor who refused to endorse Christie for re-election.
Chris Christie's former associates sentenced for Bridgegate
Bill Baroni sentenced to 2 years in federal prison and Bridget Kelly received 1-1/2 years.