McCabe won back his pension Thursday after the Justice Department settled a lawsuit asserting McCabe was illegally fired.
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On Sept. 30, the Department of Justice’s inspector general released an internal audit of the FBI’s procedures around the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) application process.
The Biden administration’s rule-of-law credibility is the big loser; and the Supreme Court’s shadow docket the big winner.
Although many questions remain unanswered, there is troubling evidence that either the Justice Department was not consulted on a major legal issue or the Biden administration has misrepresented its legal position to the public.
The House Oversight and Reform Committee obtained notes written by a former Justice Department official that detail former President Trump’s efforts to overturn the 2020 election due to his false belief that there was widespread voter fraud. The notes, written by Deputy Attorney General Richard P. Donoghue, contain a summary of a Dec. 27 phone call, in which Trump reportedly instructed department officials to “Just say the election was corrupt + leave the rest to me and the R.
Justice Department Authorizes Former Trump Officials to Testify Before Congress, Rejects Executive Privilege
Letters to six former Trump Justice Department officials permit them to provide information to Congress about the department’s role in efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election.
On July 21, Attorney General Merrick Garland issued new guidelines for the Department of Justice’s communications with the White House.
It turns out that running a fake encryption company leaves a lot for the lawyers to sort out.
On July 16, the Department of Justice charged Thomas Barrack, a former advisor to the 2016 Trump Campaign, with acting as an agent of a foreign government.