Justice Department News
The Latest: Trump wants death for anyone who kills a cop
President Donald Trump is calling for the death penalty for anyone convinced of killing a police officer.
Trump doesn't rule out Flynn pardon
President Trump is not ruling out a pardon for his disgraced former National Security Adviser and retired general Michael Flynn. ABC News' Jonathan Karl asked the president on Friday morning if he'd consider a pardon for Flynn. Trump left the door open, and said "we'll see what happens." “I don't
Trump slams FBI and DOJ on his way to Quantico
President Donald Trump on Friday morning said people are "very, very angry" with the Federal Bureau of Investigations and the Department of Justice about what he sees as revelations of political bias in its ranks , just before he boarded a helicopter headed for Quantico. "It's very sad when you
Trump: 'It's a shame what's happened with the FBI'
President Trump, addressing reporters this morning, said people are "very, very angry" with the Federal Bureau of Investigations and the Department of Justice over revelations of alleged political bias in their ranks.
DOJ rejects charges over release of FBI agent's text messages
The Obama Justice Department also let reporters see documents sent to the Hill.
The Note: Tremors of seismic change in big political week
The TAKE with Rick Klein Titanic political forces are at work, churning through the political landscape. And – with echoes of not-so-distant history – signs are everywhere that the disruptions have barely begun. Alabama hinted at a national political turnaround . A Democratic coalition came
Peru's president fights back against calls to resign
Peruvian President Pedro Pablo Kucyznski is scrambling for his political survival as opponents demand he resign over revelations of decade-old payments from a Brazilian construction company at the center of Latin America's biggest graft scandal
Woman charged with laundering money via bitcoin to support ISIS
A 27-year-old New York City-area woman has been accused of stealing and laundering more than $85,000, using Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, to support ISIS , the U.S. Department of Justice said Thursday. Zoobia Shahnaz, who lives in Brentwood on Long Island, was charged with bank fraud,
President Trump to visit FBI National Academy following comments that bureau is in 'tatters'
President Trump will visit the FBI National Academy on Friday amid heightened tensions with the bureau whose reputation he recently described as "in tatters," and its standing as the "worst in history." According to the White House, Trump will deliver remarks to graduates of the 10-week national
Sen. Menendez presses for dismissal of corruption charges
Democratic Sen. Bob Menendez has a message for the Justice Department: Try to prosecute me again on corruption charges or drop it