The U.S. Department of Justice is adding federal prosecutors to pursue cases in rural Alaska where Barr recently declared a public safety emergency.
A lawsuit who says Donald Trump has business conflicts that violate the Constitution was restored Friday by a federal appeals court.
Trump's acting attorney general sure doesn't seem to want to tell Congress the whole truth.
Federal prosecutors in the Southern District of New York have made it clear that they, too, pose a real danger to the commander in chief.
In fact, Friedrich has been critical of Reed Smith, describing the firm’s anti-Mueller court filings as “unprofessional, inappropriate and ineffective.”
Until his indictment last Friday, Roger Stone had said again and again that he would never testify against Trump. But his latest remarks were a message to the special counsel.
As Rep. Jackie Speier told MSNBC’s Ari Melber, Stone’s arrest could just be one of many dominoes still to fall.
As U.S. District Judge Jesse Furman's 277-page decision shows in head-shaking detail, that kind of dishonesty poses a clear threat to the rule of law.