About 71 percent of Republicans believe that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell should call witnesses during President Donald Trump's impeachment trial, a new survey showed. read more
A Justice Department inquiry launched more than two years ago to mollify conservatives clamoring for more investigations of Hillary Clinton has effectively ended with no tangible results, and current and former law enforcement officials said they never expected the effort to produce much of anything. read more
Calling for the resignation and disbarment of United States Attorney General William P. Barr, and for other purposes. Whereas, on March 24, 2019, United States Attorney General William P. Barr deliberately mischaracterized the "Report On The Investigation Into Russian Interference In The 2016 Presidential Election" issued by Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller, III; Whereas, on March 25, 2019, at Attorney General Barr's direction, the Department of Justice ceased defending the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Public Law 111"148), a duly enacted law under the United States Constitution; Whereas, on April 24, 2019, Attorney General Barr directed then-Acting Assistant Attorney General John Gore of the Department of Justice's Civil Rights Division to defy a subpoena from the House Oversight and Reform Committee pertaining to its investigation of the 2020 census; read more
Ukrainian prosecutor general Ruslan Ryaboshapka told the Financial Times that despite the Trump administration's justifications, Attorney General Barr's office never contacted his office to request a joint investigation into corruption linked to the Bidens or Burisma. read more
Prosecutor General Ruslan Riaboshapka on Nov. 25 fired Kostyantyn Kulyk, a controversial top prosecutor accused of corruption and fabricating political cases. Kulyk was one of the main perpetrators of [the theory](www.kyivpost.com) that former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden were implicated in political corruption in Ukraine. He was dismissed due to a restructuring of the Prosecutor General's Office being carried out by Riaboshapka, according to a source at the Prosecutor General's Office. Kulyk did not show up for mandatory vetting at the Prosecutor General's Office in October. According to the prosecution law, prosecutors who refuse to be vetted can be fired.