Bill Barr to House lawmakers: Portland riots are 'an assault' on US government Tuesday, 28 July 2020 ()
Bill Barr to House lawmakers: Portland riots are 'an assault' on US governmentAttorney General William Barr's testimony comes as part of House Democrats' investigations into alleged politicization of the Justice Department.

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William Barr: Trump's faithful protector – and a danger to democracy?

William Barr was hungry. “Mr Chairman, could we take a five-minute break?” the attorney general asked Jerry Nadler of the House of Representatives’..
Flynn case to be reheard by appeals court [Video]

Flynn case to be reheard by appeals court

A U.S. appeals court on Thursday agreed to rehear arguments that could potentially lead to the reopening of the case against Michael Flynn, President Donald Trump's former national security adviser. Gavino Garay has more.

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Trump administration sends federal agents to three more cities

Washington, July 30 : The Donald Trump administration of the US has announced it’s sending federal agents to three more cities to deal with what it has called..

Does Trump have the right to send federal agents to quell protests?

President Donald Trump's decision to dispatch federal agents to cities to put down violent protests and make arrests has drawn a wave of criticism. Senate..

Fact Checking the Portland Protests: How Violent Are They?

Attorney General William P. Barr said protesters had used fireworks, Tasers, pellet guns and lasers to target federal officers in Portland.

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Homeland Security Chief Defends Deployments in Portland

Chad F. Wolf, the agency’s acting secretary, told a Senate committee that tactical agents would remain in Oregon until the local police proved they could..
Health experts warn U.S. cities of 'trouble ahead' [Video]

Health experts warn U.S. cities of 'trouble ahead'

White House health experts are warning of a slow rise in the percentage of people testing positive for coronavirus in U.S. cities such as Boston, Chicago, Detroit and Washington and urged local leaders to remain vigilant to avoid a surge. Lisa Bernhard produced this report.

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DHS Wolf defends the federal agents in Portland

Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Chad Wolf is on Capitol Hill defending the presence of federal agents in Portland, Oregon. (Aug. 6)
U.S. federal troops 'abandoned' by Portland officials: DHS [Video]

U.S. federal troops 'abandoned' by Portland officials: DHS

Acting U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf on Thursday at a Senate Homeland Security hearing said U.S. federal troops in Portland were 'abandoned due to the dangerous policies by local officials.'

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Feds expand officer deployments to Memphis, St. Louis in anti-violence push

The Justice Department announced that it is surging 40 officers to Memphis, Tennessee, and 50 more to St. Louis during the next several weeks.

DOJ argues migrant kids set to be expelled aren't entitled to safeguards

The Trump administration has placed scores of migrant children in hotel rooms before expelling them from U.S. soil, denying them the opportunity to seek asylum.
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Feds move to block California’s net neutrality law

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On Wednesday, the US Justice Department asked a federal judge to block California’s pivotal net neutrality law,..

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Sally Yates, Under Attack by Republicans, Defends Flynn Investigation

The former deputy attorney general criticized the Justice Department’s decision to drop its prosecution of Michael T. Flynn, President Trump’s former..

DOJ to announce housing assistance grants for human trafficking survivors

It is awarding over $35 million in housing assistance grants to 73 non-profit organizations from 33 states that provide housing and services to victims of human..
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