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Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz testified in Congress alongside FBI Director Christopher Wray on Tuesday. CBS News security analyst and former FBI assistant director Ron Hosko joins CBSN to discuss what this investigation could mean for former FBI Director James Comey. [Read More]
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President Donald Trump said he thinks former FBI Director James Comey committed "very criminal acts." But the facts don't support the president's opinion.        ... [Read More]
Current and former agents of the once most respected name in law enforcement must cringe in helpless disbelief every time a news headline crosses their computer containing the letters "FBI." "What is it this time?" They must think to themselves as they discover another verbal lashing by pundits and politicians ... [Read More]
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President Trump said he thinks former FBI Director James Comey committed "very criminal acts." But the facts don't support the president's opinion. [Read More]
The Justice Department's Office of Inspector General is looking into former FBI Director James Comey's decision to give his personal memos to a friend outside the government. [Read More]
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Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz said Monday that his office is investigating former FBI Director James Comey's handling of classified information in his memos about his meetings with President Donald Trump. [Read More]
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Investigators should probe whether former FBI Director James Comey discussed classified information using a personal email account, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley said Monday at a hearing on the Justice Department watchdog's bombshell report on the handling of the Hillary Clinton email probe. [Read More]
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The Latest on an inspector general report that criticizes the FBI and Justice Department (all times local): 3 p.m. Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz says the people working for the FBI cannot be perfect. Horowitz testified Monday at a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on his report issued last week. That report said former FBI Director James Comey was "insubordinate" in his handling of the Hillary Clinton email investigation during the 2016 presidential election but found no evidence the outcome of the investigation was motivated by political bias. Horowitz says no "rule, policy or practice... [Read More]
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Fired FBI Director James Comey refused to appear before Congress on Monday to talk about his handling of the Clinton email investigation, and his fired deputy, Andrew McCabe, asserted his Fifth Amendment rights against self-incrimination. Former Attorney General Loretta Lynch also declined to show up for a major hearing where ... [Read More]
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The Justice Department's top watchdog said, in a scathing report released Thursday, that former FBI Director James Comey was "insubordinate" during the 2016 presidential campaign, when he took unilateral actions that could have impacted the outcome of the vote. Inspector General Michael Horowitz said in the 500-page report that Comey mishandled the investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails, making a "serious error in judgment" by telling Congress on the eve of the election that he was reopening an investigation into whether Clinton illegally circulated classified information on a private email server. Even so, the report did not conclude that Comey... [Read More]
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Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz and FBI Director Christopher Wray will head to Capitol Hill Monday for an expected grilling from senators about the inspector general's scathing report on the FBI's mishandling of the Hillary Clinton email investigation in 2016. The nearly 600-page report, which was more than a year in the making, provided ample political ammunition to lawmakers on both sides of the aisle when it was released Thursday. President Trump claims the report "totally exonerates" him in the Russia investigation into possible coordination between his campaign and Moscow during the 2016 election. But the... [Read More]
In a stinging rebuke, the Justice Department watchdog declared Thursday that former FBI Director James Comey was "insubordinate" in …... [Read More]
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Former FBI Director James Comey on Saturday fueled 2020 presidential rumors by tweeting a photo of himself from a cornfield in Iowa, the Washington Examiner reports. Iowa is the site of the first Republican and Democratic caucus, and candidates spend a lot of time in the... [Read More]
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Donald Trump's personal lawyer on Sunday called for an investigation into special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe, claiming it was tainted from the outset under former FBI director James Comey. "We want the Mueller probe to be investigated the way the Trump administration has been investigated," Rudy Giuliani said on CNN's "State of... [Read More]
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Blame Comey. That's the main takeaway of the much-awaited Justice Department inspector general's report on the Hillary Clinton email investigation. The report faulted former FBI Director James Comey both for saying in July 2016 that there were no grounds for a reasonable prosecutor to go after... [Read More]
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On Saturday, former FBI Director James Comey tweeted out an image of him standing in the cornfields of Iowa. [Read More]
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President Donald Trump is disputing internal findings by the Justice Department on Friday that former FBI Director James Comey's handling of the Hillary Clinton email probe was not politically motivated. He says there was "total bias" at the FBI, which he said was "plotting against my election." The inspector general report, while damaging to the FBI and to Comey personally, did not find evidence that political bias tainted the email investigation. [Read More]
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President Trump on Saturday thanked his base and used a recently released report by the Justice Department's internal watchdog to rip into former FBI director James Comey and other top agency officials in a pair of typo-filled tweets. Trump lashed out at Comey, blaming him for starting the federal... [Read More]
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President Trump on Saturday said that the Department of Justice inspector general report on the Hillary Clinton email probe 'totally destroys' former FBI Director James Comey -- and describes a "dark and dangerous period" in U.S. history. [Read More]
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MSNBC's Rachel Maddow on Thursday night zeroed in on a key fact about former FBI Director James Comey's investigation of Hillary Clinton's emails that has gone largely overlooked in the new Department of Justice inspector general report.As she pointed out, the report finds that James Comey's decision to release a letter announcing the reopening of the email investigation days before the election — an action that plausibly swung the election to Donald Trump — he made a crucial calculation. [Read More]
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