A titanic battle between Mr. Trump and his antagonists looms in the political gloaming of the new year.
It turns out that being a rat may not pay off after all.
It turns out the DOJ is going after the Wikileaks founder. The press should be very afraid.
David Horowitz Freedom Center Restoration Weekend 2018
President Donald Trump said he doesn't "know much" about WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange, dodging a reporter's question on whether the editor should go free. The claim follows reports that the US has secretly charged Assange.
Media elites have gone into full-throated freak-out over the fact that acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker (shown) supports the right of states to refuse to enact unconstitutional acts of the general government.
Last week's surprise forced resignation of Jeff Sessions as attorney general of the United States set in motion a series of events that will soon resonate in all corners of the Department of Justice.
Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is being considered to replace Jeff Sessions as attorney general, two sources familiar with the matter tell CBS News. President Trump forced Sessions out as the nation's chief law enforcement officer on Wednesday
The US Department of Justice will sue the state of California to invalidate its new net-neutrality law that forces Internet providers like AT&T, Comcast, and Verizon to treat all web traffic equally – which means that big users like YouTube and Net
Barely an hour after California Gov. Jerry Brown signed what's widely believed to be the toughest net neutrality law ever enacted in the US, the US DOJ announced that it would sue California to invalidate the new law, setting up yet another showdown
The Senate Judiciary Committee will vote on Friday at 9:30 a.m. on President Trump's pick for the Supreme Court, Brett Kavanaugh - one day after riveting testimony from both Kavanugh and his accuser, Christine Blasey Ford.
Trump will host a solo press conference in New York City the day after his United Nations speech highlighting his 'America First' policies. Press Secretary Sarah Sanders tweeted that the President will discuss 'the news of the day', likely fielding q
While committees sometimes limit press based on space at hearings, and some witnesses have arranged to have their identities shielded, longtime Capitol Hill watchers struggled to think of precedent for a witness dictating terms of press coverage.
Don't hold your breath. While the media is breathlessly describing yesterday's order by President Donald Trump's "to provide for the immediate (emphasis added) declassification" of Russia-gate materials as a "showdown," any likely showd
-Who Uses Government Databases to Stalk Individuals With Political Views She Does Not Like Allison Hrabar, a paralegal at the Department of Justice and active member of the Democrat Socialists of America, says she and her co-workers resist President
President Trump added a major caveat to his Monday order to release all text messages related to the Russia investigation with no redactions, as well as specific pages from the FBI's FISA surveillance warrant application on former Trump campaign aide
Don't hold your breath.
The third installment of Project Veritas' undercover series on socialists within government features an auditor for the Government Accountability Office (GAO) admitting to breaking rules "every day" in order to conduct business for the Democratic Soc
DOJ Employee uses company software to get information on civillians to protest and push democratic socialist agenda.
Newly released documents detail never before seen Department of Justice rules relating to conducting surveillance on journalists suspected of being an agent of a foreign government.
Elon Musk and Tesla are under fraud investigation by the Department of Justice for misleading statements.
(Bloomberg) -- President Donald Trump has demanded the "immediate declassification" of sensitive materials about the Russia investigation, but the agencies responsible are expected to propose redactions that would keep some information secret, ac
The FBI's coordination with the mainstream media surrounding the 2016 US election - a "media leak strategy" which was first first revealed Tuesday, goes far deeper than first reported, according to Fox News, which obtained "new communications between
Another day, another scandal involving Warren Buffett's favorite bank.
"To Find Additional Corruption" As GOP Allies Call For Release