Jeffrey Epstein's death has brought the issue to the forefront, but prisoners dying by suicide has always presented a complex legal and societal problem.
Trump's Attorney General Bill Barr read a statement regarding the Jeffrey Epstein suicide. No reasonable person believes a word out of his mouth.
Nicolle Wallace and Chuck Rosenberg get into the details of the former FBI director's lawsuit against the Department of Justice. He was fired for "Refusal To Pledge Loyalty To Trump"
Does the policy serve the interests of the people -- or do the people serve the policy?
The Trump Administration, unhappy with the recent SCOTUS ruling blocking them from adding the census question, is trying to bring on a whole new lineup of DOJ attorneys. A judge said no.
The argument left judges in the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals aghast.
George Nader, who offered key testimony in the Mueller investigation about contacts between the Trump campaign and Russian operatives and officials, faces federal charges.
Shortly after Barr released his 4-page summary, Mueller wrote a sharply worded letter blasting Barr for completely spinning his findings
Rosenstein's resignation comes on the heels of reports that Rosenstein said he was on "Trump's team" and he would "land the plane."
There has been wide spread concern that even if Trump has committed a laundry list of crimes, that he could get away with them due to the longstanding DOJ policy to not indict a sitting President.
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