Jury Has Yet to Reach a Verdict in Danchenko Trial, Will Resume Deliberations Tuesday

The federal case against Steele dossier primary source Igor Danchenko ended Monday with closing arguments and jury deliberations, but without a verdict being reached.

House GOP probing whether National Archives conspired with Democrats in Trump records dispute

Reps. James Comer and Jim Jordan say they have suspicions there was collusion between NARA and congressional Democrats. Two powerful House Republicans demanded Friday that...

Durham Puts FBI on Trial Alongside Russian Collusion Informant

Igor Danchenko is the named defendant at this week's trial, charged with lying as an informant in the now discredited Russia collusion investigation.

Trump’s Full Response to Jan 6 Subpoena: ‘THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION OF 2020 WAS RIGGED AND STOLEN!’

The U.S. House of Representatives committee probing the Jan 6, 2021 riot at the Capitol voted unanimously on Thursday to subpoena President Donald J....

Treasury IG Probing DeSantis’ Migrant Flight Spending

President Joe Biden's Treasury Department is investigating if Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis misused COVID-19 relief funds to transport migrants to Martha's Vineyard.

FBI Intel Analyst Tells Durham Agency Offered Steele $1M to Corroborate Dossier

An FBI analyst on Tuesday in federal court told Special Counsel John Durham the agency offered former British spy Christopher Steele "up to $1 million" to corroborate evidence in his now-discredited dossier that was central to a federal investigation into possible collusion between Russia and the 2016 Trump presidential campaign.

Hunter Biden’s Lawyer Responds to Reports He’ll Be Indicted Soon

An attorney for Hunter Biden responded to reports claiming the president’s son may be charged soon over alleged tax crimes.

Federal Agents Have ‘Sufficient Evidence’ to Charge Hunter Biden with Tax Crimes, False Gun Statement: WaPo

Trump-appointed U.S. Attorney David Weiss to decide whether Hunter will be charged.

Hundreds of FBI Employees Investigated for Sexual Misconduct Quit Before Being Disciplined

Sen. Chuck Grassley, the top Republican on the Senate Judiciary Committee, sent a letter Thursday to Attorney General Merrick Garland after whistleblowers saying hundreds of FBI employees who were investigated for sexual misconduct quit before being disciplined.

House Republicans Plan Investigations Into Biden DOJ

Republicans mull implementing greater oversight if they take the majority in November.

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