The Department of Justice under Trump and sessions appears to be turning away from a storied tool for civil rights, ProPublica reports.
Booz Allen Hamilton's stock sank 13 percent in afterhours Thursday on news it's the target of a U.S. civil and criminal probe.
Getting Trump seems to be the Democrats' only interest, not finding or proving collusion with Russia, Jonathan S. Tobin writes in the National Review.
The Education Department said it would form new rule-making committees to study the regulations on for-profit colleges, N.Y. Times reports.
The GOP's fierce defense of Trump is pretty much straight out of the Democrats' playbook when Bill Clinton was president, David French writes in the National Review.
Robert Mueller, the FBI special counsel investigating Russia's interference in the 2016 U.S. election, is seeking interviews with three high-ranking foreign intelligence names, the New York Times reported.
Zac Bookman, OpenGov CEO explains how his Silicon Valley tech company can help big and small government customers upgrade and protect old data systems.
Some market strategists believe Cohn could be his own candidate for the Fed chief position, The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday.
Arguments are swirling around Trump's hints that he has tapes of his conversations with Comey, Vox reports.
Marc Kasowitz has bragged he was behind the firing of U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara, ProPublica reports.
Trump confidante Chris Ruddy said there had been talk of firing Mueller.
The country can persist with these transportation vacancies, but it delays an agency's effectiveness, Vox reports.
An overlooked line in Mike Flynn's financial disclosure form revealed a plan with Russia to build nuclear power plants in the Middle East, Newsweek reports.
President Trump moved to reopen hundreds of illegal immigration cases.
In pro-Trump media, the takeaways from Comey's hearing were decidedly different than the rest of the media, Mic reports.
South Carolina Republican Trey Gowdy is now running one of the major congressional investigations into Trump and Russia, Vox reports.
Republicans mostly refused to defend Trump's conduct in his interactions with Comey, NBC reports.
Besides ties to Russia, Trump's potential problems include tax evasion, fraud and misuse of charitable funds, Vox reports.
Six constitutional and criminal law experts gave takes on Comey's statement about Trump, Vox reports.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's remarks about James Comey's statement on Trump drew criticism, Vox reports.