The Trump administration has sharply curtailed the department's ability to rein in troubled police departments.
He accused former Attorney General Jeff Sessions and current FBI Director Christopher Wray of catering to Trump's “unlawful whims."
Lawmakers want to know why the Justice Department “sharply curtailed" its role in "eradicating civil rights abuses by law enforcement.”
“We are in the midst of a continuing cover-up by the president," aided by William Barr, says Bernstein.
The former Secretary of State told Rachel Maddow that Trump's repeated attacks on her are diversions that act as a tool to “fire up [Trump's] hard-core base.”
Here are the episodes of potential obstruction that the special counsel looked at in the Russia investigation.
The special counsel's report on Russian obstruction, released Thursday, does not exonerate the president of obstruction of justice.
The devices, which allow semi-automatic guns to simulate near-automatic fire, are now illegal.
Sarah Isgur Flores was the leading spokeswoman at the Justice Department under former Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
The problem of "false fairness."
The president reportedly voiced his desire to put someone on his side in charge of the investigation. He denies it.
"The idea that they were treasonous is 180 degrees wrong."
The former acting FBI chief shows his disdain for Sessions in his new book, according to The Washington Post and The Wall Street Journal.
President Trump’s nominee, who previously served as attorney general from 1991 to 1993, would succeed Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
Jeff Sessions, Rex Tillerson, Scott Pruitt and Omarosa Manigault Newman are all roasted in the former New Jersey governor’s new tell-all memoir.
Trump's outgoing chief of staff bashed the administration for not foreseeing blowback over the "zero-tolerance" immigration policy.
The Kentucky senator also spoke out against Brett Kavanaugh's nomination, but ultimately voted to confirm.
Trump initially replaced Jeff Sessions with acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker, whose appointment came under scrutiny.
The former attorney general has criticized the Mueller probe and suggested the DOJ should look into allegations against Hillary Clinton.