President Trump recently signed an executive order on immigration and the current border crisis.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions is considering using DNA tests to verify the relationship between children and adults who illegally cross the border.
House Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy weighs in on the Justice Department’s inspector general report into the Clinton email scandal, saying it helps President Trump.
During an interview today, Gowdy said if the report exonerates the president, then it’s beneficial.
The GOP lawmaker suggested the report proved those involved in the Russian collusion probe were biased against President Trump.
AT&T announced that its merger with Time Warner is complete after the Department of Justice failed to block the deal.
Dozens of people in the Chicago area are facing drug charges in connection with a case involving Mexico and Wisconsin.
The Justice Department released the expenses racked up by the Mueller investigation and so far, the inquest have cost the taxpayers $17 million. One America’s Neil W. McCabe reports from Washington.