The DOJ watchdog is highlighting the elevated level of spending at the FBI in its latest report of the bureau’s finances. In the report, Inspector General Michael Horowitz said the FBI is spending $42 million per year on payments to its informants.
An Arizona civil jury has ruled in favor of several families, who say their deceased relatives were horrifically mishandled at a body donation facility. 10 families testified against the owner of Biological Resource Center after he allegedly “tricked them” into donating the bodies of their loved ones to a “human chop shop.”
The FBI is investigating if a criminal enterprise was involved in Jeffrey Epstein’s death. On Tuesday, senators on Capitol Hill grilled the Director of the Federal Bureau of Prisons about how Epstein was able to commit suicide — as he was such a high profile figure.
Congressman Devin Nunes is denouncing the impeachment inquiry, saying it is a process in search of a crime. Speaking at the open impeachment hearing on Wednesday, Nunes said the Democrat Party is leading a “scorched earth war” against President Trump.
A recent poll found there is a shared outrage by both political parties about gun violence in America. U.S. Attorney General William Barr is set to launch an anti-gun initiative next week called “Project Guardian” that’ is likely to win over both Republicans and Democrats.
Iran offered contradictory statements about a former FBI agent, who mysteriously disappeared in the country nearly a decade ago. One America’s Mary Holman has the latest.
Rudy Giuliani is saying there’s much to uncover in the business dealings between the Biden family and Ukraine. During a Friday interview, Giuliani claimed Hunter and Joe Biden’s ties with Ukraine should have been investigated at least a year ago.
The head of the FBI is speaking out on the tragic deaths of nine Americans, who were shot and killed in an apparent ambush in Mexico. On Tuesday, FBI Director Christopher Wray said the bureau will offer any aid or assistance that they can.
The Department of Justice handed over 13 pages of “missing” text and emails between former FBI official Peter Strzok and Justice Department officials Bruce Ohr and Lisa Page. The department previously said those documents didn’t exist. One America’s John Hines spoke with Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton about these new disclosures.