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It's unfortunate that Director Comey was snared by the Clinton scandals, but now the FBI deserves a fresh start.

In case voters needed a reminder that the rules don't apply to the Clintons, the meeting between Attorney General Loretta Lynch and Bill Clinton should do the trick.

The Justice Dept. report on the shooting of Michael Brown forced me to deal with two uncomfortable truths.

Attorney General Holder revels in as much as he is humbled by his role in this nation’s history.

The Obama administration won't interfere with Colorado and Washington's legalization.

Readers respond to Will's column on new Obama scandal

The Residential Mortgage Backed Securities working group has authority to act. It needs now to do so.

Congress must call on the White House to explain publicly how the program is legal.

At first glance, the British bank HSBC's agreement to pay $1.9 billion to settle a money-laundering probe seems like very good news, but the background to the settlement is more worrying.