Attorney General William Barr
A Judge Just Stopped the Trump Administration's Plan to Bring Back Federal Executions
AG Bill Barr had said the executions would rely on a single drug instead of the three-drug cocktail typically used.
Trump's Ukraine Scandal Is Also Attorney General Bill Barr's Scandal
“It’s as if the department’s only job is to protect Trump. They should change their name to the Department of Cover-up”
House Democrats Reach Deal to Review Mueller’s “Key Evidence”
As a result, they’ve backed off plans to hold Attorney General William Barr in contempt of Congress.
Bill Barr picked a "Mueller-like" prosecutor to investigate the Mueller probe
“He has no concern for politics or public opinion,” said Donald Stern, a former U.S. Attorney for Massachusetts.
The House Judiciary Committee Just Voted to Hold Barr in Contempt. This is What Happens Next.
“The attorney general must comply with the law.”
Democrats Just Moved One Step Closer to Holding Bill Barr in Contempt of Congress
He’d be the second sitting AG in history to face that sanction.
600 Ex-Federal Prosecutors (and Counting) Say Being President Is The Only Thing That Saved Trump
Attorney General William Barr's handling of the Mueller report has drawn outrage
How Bill Barr Can Stop the Investigations Mueller Didn't Finish
The special counsel referred evidence of criminal wrongdoing in a dozen matters to prosecutors.
Here's why Bill Barr is freaking out over his upcoming House testimony
There’s a lot riding on Barr’s testimony before Congress.
The Mueller report shows just how badly Trump wanted to collude with Russia
Evidence of a strong desire and certainly a curiosity to collude.
The redacted Mueller report will be made public Thursday
The report will be released to both Congress and the public.
Democrats want the full, unredacted Mueller report — and they want it now
They're not accepting the attorney general's promise of a mid-April redacted release