Former Attorney General Loretta Lynch is denying reports she assured the Clinton campaign that the FBI's email server investigation would not go too far.
The Senate Judiciary Committee has opened an inquiry into former Attorney General Loretta Lynch over allegations that she interfered in the Hillary Clinton email probe.
A Clinton-backed group was reportedly behind the promotion of the unverified Russian dossier that contained scurrilous allegations against President Trump.
Judge Andrew Napolitano weighed in this morning, saying Lynch has a "lot of explaining to do" following former FBI Director James Comey's bombshell testimony to the Senate.
Former Speaker Newt Gingrich (R-Ga.) said Republicans must strengthen their backbone and begin aggressively questioning Democrats the way Attorney General Jeff Sessions was on Tuesday.
Nancy Pelosi implied that former Attorney General Loretta Lynch's downplaying of the Hillary Clinton private server scandal was not "such a big deal."
Former FBI Director James Comey said former Attorney General Loretta Lynch directed him to refer to the Hillary Clinton email probe as a "matter," not an investigation.
In his opening monologue tonight, Sean Hannity said the "alt-left, propaganda media" is going "all-in" on what he called a "massive conspiracy theory" about Russian meddling in the Trump campaign.
FBI Director James Comey is the subject of an inquiry by the Justice Department's inspector general over his handling of the Hillary Clinton email server investigation, The New York Times reported.
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.
At a rally in Golden, Colorado, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump surmised that the closed discussion between US Attorney General Loretta Lynch and Bill Clinton on an airplane in Arizona, was indeed not about "golf and grandchildren".
Judge Jeanine Pirro reacted to Attorney General Loretta Lynch's decision not to charge Hillary Clinton over her email server, saying the "politicization" of the Department of Justice and the FBI would have J. Edgar Hoover "spinning in his grave."