Legal scholars say the bipartisan legislation could run into trouble at the high court.
The release of the documents seems unlikely to harm the current stage of the investigation, but if Congress keeps tipping the special counsel’s hand, that could change.
Former Justice Department attorneys said a criminal referral for the former FBI deputy director and frequent target of President Trump was expected, given the contents of a recent Inspector General’s report.
J. Marion Sims’s advances in medical science were made through experimentation on enslaved women.
New reports reveal that decisions made by a number of officials, acting out of a variety of motives, injured not Trump’s candidacy—but that of his opponent.
A new Inspector General’s report accuses the former deputy director of lying about his role in a leak. But it doesn’t match the White House narrative that McCabe was biased against Trump.
The former FBI director has a low opinion of the president who fired him, but his disregard for Justice Department rules helped put Trump in the White House to begin with.
The president regards legal rights as a form of political correctness—unless he or his allies are the ones targeted by law enforcement.
It takes strong evidence to execute a search warrant against an attorney representing a subject in a federal investigation, let alone the president’s personal counsel.
The president’s attorneys may be relieved, but experts caution there’s little reason for the president to take comfort.
FBI employees are required to adhere to an ethical standard that includes an affirmative duty to offer relevant information to internal investigators.
Shortly after he was dismissed Friday by Attorney General Jeff Sessions, the former FBI deputy director pinned the blame directly on President Trump.
The New York Times reports that the special counsel has demanded records from the Trump Organization.
The 44th president’s decision to “look forward” has enabled Donald Trump to look backward and appoint a torture backer to run the CIA.
To those outside the black community, the Nation of Islam’s persistent appeal, despite its bigotry, can seem incomprehensible.
The former Trump aide’s decision to announce that he was defying a subpoena from Robert Mueller is more likely to pique the special counsel’s interest than dispel it.
The revolutionary ideals of Black Panther’s profound and complex villain have been twisted into a desire for hegemony.
The charges unsealed by Special Counsel Robert Mueller are unequivocal about Russian efforts to help Donald Trump become president.
The president and his allies don’t want to protect the bureau’s political independence—they want to subvert it.
The president’s pattern of behavior may be enough to surmount the high legal threshold for proving that he sought to stifle the special counsel’s investigation.