William Barr

William McSwain issued the inflammatory statement hours after a drug suspect shot and wounded six Philadelphia police officers.
A Washington Post story suggested the evidence pointed away from suicide, but medical experts are pushing back on that analysis.
Jonathan Perlman says his faith -- and concern for his traumatized congregants -- compel him to speak up against capital punishment for the synagogue massacre.
The two guards also allegedly falsified log entries to show they had regularly checked on inmates — though they hadn't actually done so.
Surveillance video reviewed after the death showed the Metropolitan Correctional Center guards never made some of the checks noted in the log, a source said.
The warden at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in Manhattan has also been temporarily reassigned.
Sen. Ben Sasse is also urging Attorney General William Barr to "rip up" the deal.
The Metropolitan Correctional Center is now under scrutiny for what Attorney General William Barr called “serious irregularities."
The committee sent a letter to the Bureau of Prisons asking questions about its suicide prevention policies after the death of the accused sex trafficker.
Attorney General William Barr and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez are among the officials demanding more information.
Communities scrambled to find beds and food for children suddenly left alone at schools and day care after their parents were rounded up in mass raids.
The Department of Justice announced it would resume capital punishment for the first time in nearly two decades.
Barr also instructed the Bureau of Prisons to schedule five executions.
There won't be a citizenship question on the 2020 census, but House Democrats are still seeking documents from the attorney general and commerce secretary.
Time for Mueller to tell it like it is, says the former deputy attorney general.
Former students of The Dalton School are reconsidering their memories of the disgraced billionaire, who taught in the ’70s and now faces sex trafficking charges.
The House speaker called the administration's effort to add the question "disgraceful."
Laurence Tribe said the attorney general will do just about anything to "please his master."
U.S. District Judge Marsha Pechman called Attorney General William Barr's order denying bond hearings to some migrants "unconstitutional."