The New York Times says Trump made the request to Comey during a February meeting.
Over the weekend, Cornyn met with Attorney General Jeff Sessions and his deputy, Rod Rosenstein, to discuss the prospect of replacing fired …
Witnesses said the boy was terrified, putting his hands up and backing away.
While the police dog escaped unharmed, the man was charged with 2 counts of burglary, and battery on a law enforcement K-9.
According to the park’s owner, people from New Hampshire, Vermont and even from overseas made the trip for the park’s opening.
National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster says no intelligence sources or methods were discussed.
Police say he admitted sending the prostitutes and that he would take pictures of them from his window.
“Just out of instinct, he tried to brush it off — not thinking.”
Many hunting outfitters and ranchers oppose the presence of the wolves in the park.
Lawmakers running out of time to nail down a school finance plan. The House passed a $1.6B revamp, but the Senate just shook things up.
The Trump administration is looking to fill the job after President Donald Trump abruptly fired Director James Comey this past week.
The sheriff said, “These women come to the United States looking for the American dream and find they cannot get out.”
U.S. Sen. John Cornyn met with Attorney General Jeff Sessions and his deputy at Justice Department headquarters in Washington.
This all comes near the June deadline by the federal government to update Identification cards to fully comply with the Real ID Act
He says in the letter that although he’ll be fine, he will miss the FBI and its mission “deeply.”
“There’s a general rule in politics you don’t fire the person investigating you.”
Several doctors testified in court Monday that they believe he won’t be a threat to the community if he is released.
“They handed me the cup which was about this big and I was like ‘I’m going to need a second cup.'”
Screams can be heard in the video as one woman shouts, “What’s wrong with you?” NBC Los Angeles reported.
In a statement, Trump says Comey’s firing “will mark a new beginning” for the FBI.