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Trump says ‘Mueller probe should never have been started’ hours after his lawyer called for it to be shut down
President Trump said Saturday that special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election "should never have been started."
The Justice Department on Tuesday evening sued California officials over three state laws passed last year, arguing that they violated the US constitution.
President Donald Trump pushed back against reports that the White House has been beset with chaos, saying "everybody wants to work in the White House."
Sessions defends himself against extraordinary Trump attack, says he’ll ‘continue to discharge my duties with integrity and honor’
President Donald Trump expressed disgust that his attorney general asked an Obama-era internal watchdog to investigate allegations of surveillance abuse.
President Donald Trump has signed a memo directing the Justice Department to propose a ban on gun modifications such as so-called bump stocks.
As associate attorney general, Rachel Brand would have been the next in line to oversee the Russia investigation if Rod Rosenstein left the department.
Trump says Nunes memo ‘totally vindicates’ him, complains that everyone only talks about ‘Russia, Russia, Russia’
In a tweet Saturday morning, President Donald Trump said the GOP memo he authorized Friday "totally vindicates" him in the Russia investigation.
Sessions said during a scheduled event at the Justice Department that Rosenstein represent the kind of quality and leadership that we want in the department.
The FBI Agents Association said in a statement Friday they will not "allow partisan politics to distract us from our solemn commitment to our mission."
The controversial Nunes memo that has taken Washington by storm is about to be released — here’s why Republicans say it could be a bombshe...
The White House is expected to release a classified GOP memo Thursday. The document has for weeks been a source of controversy among lawmakers in Washington.