Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) called for a second special counsel to investigate controversies pertaining to the Obama administration and Clinton.
Thirteen out of fifteen identified individuals alleged to be members and associates of MS-13 were arrested in Central Ohio and Indiana this morning.
Jason Chaffetz urged the Justice Department to crack down even harder on leaks of classified information.
Judge Jeanine Pirro said America is moving away from the principles of justice behind the Declaration of Independence.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced Friday that the Justice Department will review its policies on subpoenaing news organizations as part of its crackdown on government leaks.
United States Attorney General Jeff Sessions said that the Supreme Court rejected the left's narrative when it gave the nod to President Trump's travel ban.
Fox News Senior Political Analyst Brit Hume said that President Trump's lawyers will push for him not to testify under oath to Congress or anyone else.
Judge Andrew Napolitano said the special counsel for the investigation of President Trump and Russia may someday just 'close up shop' without bringing charges against anyone.
Mike Huckabee said on "The First 100 Days" that donations the Justice Department reportedly made to non-profit groups with money from settlements against corporations amounted to "worse than a mafia shakedown."
Judge Andrew Napolitano was a guest on "America's Newsroom" Wednesday discussing the federal appeals court hearing based on President Donald Trump's executive order on immigration.
On Thursday, the Department of Justice inspector general announced a new review of how the Justice Department and FBI handled the Hillary Clinton email scandal in the lead-up to November's election.
Judicial Watch has filed a lawsuit to obtain the FBI records of a meeting between Attorney General Loretta Lynch and former President Bill Clinton on June 29, which came just days before the bureau recommended no charges for the Democratic nominee.