Attorney General William Barr trashed the so-called resistance movement and mocked Senate Democrats -- as well as the Oscar-nominated movie "Vice" -- in a marathon speech Friday evening that affirmed his credentials as a staunch defender of p
"Not founded on anything" is the new "alternative facts."
Attorney General William Barr is concerned by reports of low morale among LGBTQ Justice Department employees and has directed the FBI to investigate allegations of discrimination, he wrote in a letter to the department's Pride group.
Special counsel Robert Mueller's almost 400-page findings and analysis of Russian interference in the 2016 election and alleged obstruction of justice by the President may have, as members of Congress fear, heavy redactions.
Attorney General William Barr, about a month after starting his second stint atop the Justice Department, issued a letter to lawmakers Sunday offering his summary of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation.
Washington state Attorney General Bob Ferguson released a statement Thursday announcing his plans to potentially join a lawsuit against the U.S. Navy for polluting water in the Puget Sound. To read the letter he sent to the federal government with his intent, click here.
Senate Republicans sharply pushed back on President Donald Trump's reported demeaning comments about Attorney General Jeff Sessions, with one top GOP senator comparing the President's tirades to a "whining" teenager.
Another woman has come forward to publicly accuse Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill of inappropriately touching her at a bar earlier this year.
President Donald Trump in recent days has fumed about the immigration courts that handle cases of people seeking entry into the US.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions sent federal prosecutors a reminder Wednesday that they have the power to seek America's most serious punishment for certain drug crimes: the death penalty.
Last year, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer was blunt in his assessment of Jeff Sessions: "For the good of the country, Attorney General Sessions should resign."