In a directive, the president ordered the intelligence agencies to cooperate with the review and gave the attorney general the authority to unilaterally declassify their documents.
The financial industry continues to prove that it needs supervision. The Trump administration doesn’t seem to care.
Valerie Cincinelli, a New York City police Officer, paid $7,000 and suggested the best ways to kill her estranged husband, and her boyfriend’s daughter, according to a federal complaint.
The only public hearing into what happened to Mr. Garner — who exclaimed “I can’t breathe” as he died from a police chokehold — takes a microscopic view of a galvanizing event, our columnist writes.
Mr. Barr said his review of the investigation has turned up “inadequate” answers. But some former officials expressed concern he was deliberately undercutting it.
Republican and Democratic lawmakers harshly criticized the F.B.I. for declining to publicly identify the two Florida counties that Russian hackers breached in 2016.
William Barr has tapped a United States attorney, John Durham, to look into whether the F.B.I. acted improperly during the Russia investigation.
Gov. Ron DeSantis said he was sworn to secrecy by the F.B.I. and cannot publicly reveal which Florida counties were hacked during the 2016 election.
The prosecutor has conducted other sensitive investigations into conduct by national security officials, including accusations of C.I.A. detainee abuse.
Experts say employees should discuss salaries to ensure fair pay. The tricky part is being the first to bring the topic up.
Will the justices be the administration’s enablers or form a firewall against its lies?
The Rust Belt gets the attention. But the center of American politics might soon be shifting west.
Federal regulators are revising debt-collection rules for the first time in more than 40 years.
The comments put the head of the F.B.I. in direct conflict with Attorney General William P. Barr, who has said he is reviewing the bureau’s investigation.
The counterintelligence methods used by the F.B.I. are common — and were a legitimate response to reports of Russian interference.
The figures may change from month to month, but the way the Labor Department compiles its employment report does not. Here’s how it works.
Najibullah Zazi, convicted in a 2009 plot to bomb New York trains, will be released soon from prison after having provided extensive information to American agents.
The use of the investigator in an operation aimed at a campaign shows the alarm in the F.B.I. as officials uncovered the scope of Russia’s 2016 election interference.