The Justice Department on Tuesday said it plans to appeal a lower-court ruling that blocked the Trump administration from ending an Obama-era program aimed at shielding immigrants brought to the U.S. illegally as children from deportation. In a separate release, the Justice Department said it will also seek a review by the U.S. Supreme Court –even before a ruling from the appeals court.
A Justice Department official demoted late last year for concealing his meetings with the men behind the anti-Trump “dossier” has been stripped of yet another title, Fox News has learned. Bruce Ohr is no longer head of the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Forces. Separately, sources familiar with the discussions tell Fox News that the Justice Department is expected to comply with demands from the House Intelligence Committee to provide Ohr for an interview.
The Justice Department has launched another investigation into allegations the Clinton Foundation used "pay to play" politics while Hillary Clinton was U.S. secretary of state, Fox News has confirmed. Sources close to the investigation told Fox News the probe, led by the U.S. attorneyâ€™s office and the FBI in Little Rock, Ark., has been ongoing for months. Fox News has learned that investigators have already conducted multiple interviews associated with the probe.
*BREAKING* Department of Justice Officials tell Fox News the Trump Administration will appeal the DACA decision by a San Francisco federal court... officials say they actually plan to try to skip over the Ninth Circuit and seek review directly before the Supreme Court. #FoxNews
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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