When former FBI director James Comey retained, mishandled, and disseminated certain memos from his meetings with President Donald Trump, he violated FBI and Justice Department policies, as well as the FBI employment agreement he signed, according to the department’s inspector general. However, the inspector general did not recommend prosecution for
Our guest this week is Ryan Cooper, a national correspondent for The Week. He’s also the co-author of a policy paper for the People’s Policy Project called “Foreclosed: Destruction Of Black Wealth Under the Obama Presidency.“ We talk about the exuberance and reverence for former FBI director James Comey and
A much-anticipated Senate intelligence committee hearing featuring former FBI director James Comey dominated United States media over the past day and a half. Not only did every other media outlet publish coverage of the hearing, but several even covered how the media covered the Comey hearing. For example, the Washington
FBI director James Comey indicated WikiLeaks remains focus for intelligence agencies and prosecuting Julian Assange for his work as a publisher remains possible.
A House Intelligence Committee hearing into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election ended with no substantial revelations.
Hillary Clinton claims FBI Director James Comey said he had no evidence she lied, and that somehow means he is saying she was truthful about her email use.
Clinton supporters try to paint her honesty and trustworthiness problem as the result of conservative smears, but the public’s views are well-founded.
FBI Director Comey directly contradicted Clinton’s public claims regarding the private server and her email practices while serving as secretary of state.