Judge Asked to Keep Mueller Grand Jury Evidence Secret

The Justice Department urged a federal judge Tuesday not to look to the history books in deciding whether to hand over secret material from special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation to the House Judiciary Committee, saying the court in 1974 was wrong to release grand jury evidence during Watergate.

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Poll Finds Partisan Divides in Views of ICE, Justice Department

Most federal agencies enjoy majority support from the American public, but a new survey found divisions along party lines in opinions of Immigration and Customs Enforcement and the Department of Justice in light of national political disputes.

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Angry Judge Sanctions Justice Department Lawyers in Texas Massacre Case

Shortly after storming out of his own courtroom Wednesday, a federal judge in San Antonio sanctioned Justice Department attorneys for not disclosing the names of Air Force staffers who neglected to alert the FBI about a former airman who killed 26 people at a Texas church two years ago.

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