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New York Post › 2 minutes ago
Former FBI Director James Comey admitted that he was “wrong” for being overconfident in his agency’s use of a surveillance process to obtain warrants to monitor a former member of President Trump’s 2016 campaign. The internal watchdog for the...
Washington Examiner › 50 minutes ago
Former FBI Director James Comey defended the reputation of the bureau after relentless attacks from President Trump and other critics on conservative cable news.
Washington Examiner › 1 hour ago
Former FBI Director James Comey downplayed the role the Steele dossier played in the process his department used to obtain federal warrants used spy on four people associated with President Trump's 2016 campaign.
Business Insider › Politics › 14 hours ago
President Donald Trump on Saturday ripped into Fox News over planned interviews with former FBI Director James Comey and House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff. Comey and Schiff, who are frequently the targets of Trump's ire, are set to be interviewed...
Washington Examiner › 15 hours ago
President Trump slammed Fox News for planning interviews with former FBI Director James Comey and House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff.
Washington Times › 16 hours ago
Law enforcement authorities say the postal worker who was shot outside a northern Virginia post office earlier this month is suspected of stealing packages.
Washington Times › 19 hours ago
U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal and Connecticut Attorney General William Tong have planned a public summit on the problem or robocalls.
The Wall Street Journal › Opinions › 1 day ago
The North Carolina Senator was wrong about the FISA order.
Washington Times › 1 day ago
Two child welfare workers at the center of an investigation four months before the death of a 5-year-old from Crystal Lake are no longer state employees, state officials confirmed Friday.
The Wall Street Journal › Politics › 1 day ago
FBI Director Christopher Wray has ordered more than 40 changes in how the bureau seeks secret surveillance warrants and handles other matters after the Justice Department inspector general pointed out flaws in the bureau’s efforts to monitor a former...
Washington Post › Politics › 2 days ago
Comparing what the Nunes memo and the Democratic rebuttal say, compared to the new inspector general's report.
Washington Times › 2 days ago
President Trump is a stooge of Russia, a puppet of Vladimir Putin, we have been told from the beginning. He is a morally unhinged reprobate unworthy of the White House.
Chicago Tribune › 2 days ago
The city’s police disciplinary panel formally reprimanded a Chicago police supervisor Thursday night for his role in the department’s bungled handling of its re-investigation into the 2004 death of David Koschman, who was punched by a nephew of...
New York Post › Opinions › 2 days ago
From the right: Horowitz Revealed Corruption Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s report on the Trump-Russia investigation found that FBI officials “relied on hilariously implausible ‘evidence’ and falsified evidence of their...
Washington Post › 2 days ago
The president urged military officials to hire a North Dakota company whose CEO is a GOP donor.
Fox News › 2 days ago
Americans are getting sick of House Democrats' impeachment inquiry "theater," "MediaBuzz" host Howard Kurtz said Thursday.
The New York Times › Politics › 2 days ago
A Pentagon report has found that a senior Defense Department official sexually harassed several women on his staff, touching them and making inappropriate comments.
Alternet › 2 days ago
More often than not, Republicans in the U.S. Senate decline to say anything critical of President Donald Trump — especially if they are up for reelection in 2020 and are…
ABC News › 3 days ago
The Pentagon Inspector General has opened a review of a $400 million border wall contract was awarded to Fisher Sand and Gravel Co.
Washington Examiner › 3 days ago
Following revelations that the FBI’s use of the Foreign Intelligence Service Act included 17 “significant errors or omissions” related to the surveillance of 2016 Trump campaign adviser Carter Page, two Republican lawmakers are proposing reforms...
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