The Justice Department is preventing Senate investigators from interviewing two top FBI officials who could provide first-hand testimony over the firing of former FBI Director James Comey, the latest sign that Special Counsel Robert Mueller could be investigating the circumstances around the firing, officials tell CNN.
The Justice Department does not have to sign off on presidential pardons. But clemency actions that didn’t go through DOJ in the past have been among the most controversial. View Entire Post ›
The family of the 57-year-old homeless man who was wrongly identified plans to file a legal claim against the county. View Entire Post ›