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Watch: IG Exposes Democrats’ Lies about FBI’s Conduct

Justice Department inspector general Michael Horowitz on Wednesday blew apart years of talking points used by Rep. Adam Schiff (D., Calif.), former FBI director James Comey, and others about the Bureau's conduct at the outset of the Russia investigation.

CNN Contributor Andrew McCabe Loses Effort to Avoid Criminal Charges

McCabe was hired by CNN after filing a lawsuit claiming he was wrongfully terminated by the DOJ

Andrew McCabeFederal prosecutors rejected an appeal Thursday from former FBI deputy director and current CNN contributor Andrew McCabe asking that they set aside their recommendation that he be brought up on criminal charges.

DOJ Report: Comey Violated FBI Policy by Leaking Memos

Comey avoids prosecution, but sets 'dangerous example'

Former FBI Director James Comey Testifies Before House Judiciary CommitteeThe Justice Department's inspector general found that former FBI Director James Comey violated FBI policy by retaining and then leaking a series of memos concerning his interactions with President Donald Trump during the early days of his administration.

CNN Signs Fired FBI Deputy Andrew McCabe As Contributor

Inspector General: McCabe engaged in 'misconduct' for misleading investigators

CNN has signed former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe as a contributor despite an inspector general report accusing McCabe of lying multiple times under oath to federal investigators prior to his firing from the FBI last year.

A Batty Week at MSNBC

These folks really need to listen to Krystal Ball

Morning show hosts defending the inflammatory publication of conservative political donors by a prominent Democratic politician. A daytime host accusing the U.S. President of discussing "exterminating Latinos." A late-night analyst claiming the White House raising the American flags from half-mast on August 8 was a blow to the fight against neo-Nazis.

Mueller Walks Back Whether OLC Opinion Prohibited Him from Indicting Trump

Special counsel initially said only reason his office didn't indict Trump was due to OLC regulation

At the beginning of his second congressional hearing Wednesday, former special counsel Robert Mueller walked back a previous response he gave earlier in the morning that indicated the reason why his investigative team did not indict President Donald Trump was due to a memorandum from the Department of Justice limiting the ability to indict a sitting president.