Oct 24, 2017
The former FBI directors tend to investigate Republicans far more zealously than Democrats.Proceed to the page: http://linkis.com/eM9oM2L
The former FBI directors have acceded to numerous wrongful abuses of power in the post-9/11 era.
Guest post by Joe Hoft It’s time for the US Under President Trump to Disband the FBI and Clean House at the Department of Justice. Former FBI Directors James Comey and Robert Mueller have discredited the name and reputation of the FBI. The FBI won’t release information concerning their...
Attorney Sidney Powell also accuses Bharara of prosecutorial impropriety in conviction of multi-millionaire Billy Walters
In July, Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee requested a second special counsel separate from Robert Mueller to probe aspects of the 2016 election and actions by the Obama administration including Hillary Clinton. In light of reports that Comey ended the FBI investigation into Hillary’s...
Twenty Republicans requested the appointment of a new special counsel.
For years James Comey and Robert Mueller, as FBI directors, knew Andrew McCabe maintained problematic contacts with Russian officials including organized crime figures yet did little to investigate…
Former Attorney General Eric Holder called any potential termination of White House Special Counsel Robert Mueller an "absolute red line."
Canadian police confirm a homicide unit will investigate the deaths of a billionaire and his wife.
Bloomberg Media is launching the first round-the-clock streaming television service on Twitter, as the social-media platform seeks to become a bigger player in the world of online video.
Asked which party they prefer to lead Congress after next year’s midterms, 50% said the Democrats and 39% said Republicans, according to a Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll that offers caution signs for the Republican Party.
Voters increasingly want Democrats to control Congress after the 2018 elections, according to a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll that offers several caution signs for the Republican Party.