Early drafts of former FBI Director James Comey’s remarks about former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server acknowledged that there was evidence she had violated a federal statute prohibiting “gross negligence,” but that phrase was deleted, according to Sen. Chuck Grassley.
Sen. Chuck Grassley (R., Iowa) is asking federal agencies to confirm key immigration details about the suspect in Tuesday’s deadly terrorist attack in New York City and whether he previously showed up on a government database that tracks travel records for immigration and anti-terrorism enforcement.
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley is calling on the Justice Department to lift any gag order on a former FBI agent informant barring him from speaking to Congress about a Russian bribery scheme and its links to an Obama-era decision to approve a Moscow takeover of a U.S. uranium mine.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions declined to confirm or deny whether or not the Justice Department is investigating if Russian payments to the Clintons improperly influenced a decision by the Obama administration to approve a Russian takeover of a U.S. uranium mine.
Three bills introduced in the past eight days have put federal sentencing reform front and center in the U.S. Senate’s criminal justice agenda.
Sens. Chuck Grassley (R., Iowa) and Dick Durbin (D., Ill.) announced Tuesday the reintroduction of a bill focused on federal sentencing law reform.
President Donald Trump on Friday called out James Comey after reports surfaced a day earlier that the former FBI director had drafted a statement to exonerate Hillary Clinton from the investigation into her private email server before key portions of the probe were complete.
The Senate Judiciary Committee confirmed on Tuesday that Donald Trump Jr. is set to testify before the panel in a closed-door hearing.