Attorney General

“If there are bad facts, show us," tweeted the former FBI director. "Donald Trump has enough spokespeople."
A Senate Republican is upset that a House Democrat used fried chicken to mock Attorney William Barr for not showing up to a hearing.
Attorney General faces a tough series of questions from Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.).
After releasing a redacted version of the report, Barr has faced widespread criticism from Democrats and some legal experts.
During a House Appropriations Committee hearing, Rep. Matt Cartwright (D-Pa.) criticized Attorney General William Barr for his handling of a lawsuit against the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
The President said "a lot of people" did "evil" and "treasonous" things during the investigation into Russian collusion.
Robert Mueller didn’t reach a conclusion on whether Trump obstructed justice. But the attorney general went ahead and absolved him anyway.
Attorney General William Barr has shared his summary of Robert Mueller’s investigation with Congress.
Democrats are pressing for full disclosure of Mueller’s report and vowing to use subpoena powers and other legal means if necessary to get it.
President Donald hurled scathing insults at former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, but ignored reports that McCabe briefed top Republican lawmakers on the investigation into him.
Tyler McGaughey just left his Justice Department job for the White House.
Many prominent politicians and entertainers have worn blackface. The racist practice isn’t new.
Acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker stunned the House Judiciary Committee with his answer to committee chairman Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-N.Y.).
The likely attorney general said prosecutors need “to be sensitive to the privacy and reputational interests of uncharged third parties."
A letter Sheldon Whitehouse gave to Trump's attorney general nominee last week lays out several lines of questioning ahead of Barr's confirmation hearing Tuesday.
"I believe it is vitally important that the Special Counsel be allowed to complete his investigation," Barr said in prepared remarks made available to reporters.
There's no concrete plan for the deputy attorney general's departure, but he'll likely leave after the new attorney general is confirmed.
Before the president nominated Barr to be his Attorney General, White House officials were considering him for a different position.