Shame on the GOP. The FBI is once again investigating the Clinton Foundation, and congressional Republicans are more concerned with arresting the author of the Trump-Russia dossier than investigating the Kremlin’s influence over Donald Trump’s campaign and our national election.
The FBI investigation that led to bribery and obstruction of justice charges against a Baltimore state senator was part of a larger attempt to implicate members the Baltimore City Council and the Maryland legislature, the senator’s defense attorneys said in a new court filing.
The FBI has rejected calls for it to take over the investigation into the fatal shooting of a Baltimore homicide detective who was set to testify in a federal police corruption case, saying it has no evidence to suggest Det. Sean Suiter’s death was connected to the corruption probe.
President Donald Trump seems to have one opinion of law enforcement officers when they are shooting unarmed African-American men, and another opinion of them when they are investigating him and his associates.
Someday, the Trump presidency will be over, and I’ve been thinking about what our national restoration will look like: the moment when we will have the opportunity to restore reverence for the rule of law and humility in the exercise of power.
Three weeks after Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin Davis asked the FBI to take over the investigation into the fatal shooting of Det. Sean Suiter in West Baltimore in November, he still didn’t have an answer.
Federal authorities say Davon Carter, 37, has been charged with witness retaliation and tampering resulting in the death of Latrina Ashburne, a teacher's aide and assistant pastor who was gunned down in May 2016.
Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein faced sharp questioning Wednesday from congressional Republicans following revelations that two officials assigned to the department’s ongoing Russia probe exchanged text messages critical of President Donald J. Trump during last year’s campaign.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Tuesday that the FBI would “probably” be able to act on Baltimore’s request for that agency to take over the investigation of a police detective killed in West Baltimore last month.
It’s now been a week since Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin Davis wrote a public letter asking the FBI to take over his department’s investigation into the shooting death of Det. Sean Suiter, and still no answer.
President Donald J. Trump’s former national security adviser told a business associate that U.S. sanctions imposed on Russia would be “ripped up” by the new administration, according to a whistleblower account made public Wednesday in a letter written by Rep. Elijah E. Cummings.
The FBI had yet to respond Monday morning to a request from Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin Davis on Friday that it take over the police department’s investigation into the killing last month of Det. Sean Suiter.
A Senate committee has given the General Services Administration an additional two months to come up with a plan for building a new headquarters for the FBI, a massive project that was abruptly halted earlier this year.
New charges have been filed by an indicted member of the Baltimore Police gun task force, alleging that in 2010 he planted drugs after a high-speed chase that ended with a death and told Det. Sean Suiter to search the car.
Rep. Elijah E. Cummings pressed the director of the FBI on Wednesday to make the investigation into slain Baltimore homicide detective Sean Suiter “a top priority” and called on the federal agency to “do everything” in its power to help.
The reward for information about the killing of a Baltimore detective this week is among the highest ever offered in Maryland, though criminal justice analysts warn such large sums — while helpful — can also pose problems once a case is brought to trial.