Sen. Dianne Feinstein sent a letter to federal authorities dealing with allegations that Democratic sources say were made by a California woman about conduct that allegedly occurred in high school.
In addition to revoking the clearance of former CIA Director and outspoken Trump critic John Brennan, Trump called for a review of the clearances of nine current and former government officials.
W. Joseph Astarita was part of a team that was trying to capture leaders of the militia that launched the 41-day occupation in Oregon. Prosecutors say he fired his weapon but said he hadn't.
The FBI has declassified a seldom-seen application for surveillance on someone it suspected of being a Russian agent working for Donald Trump's presidential campaign.
Republicans claim the 412 pages reveal FBI bias in favor of Hillary Clinton; Democrats say the documents are evidence of deep connections between Russia and the Trump campaign.
Dylann Roof was able to buy a gun two months before the Charleston church massacre because of a background check error. A new plan by the FBI aims to fix what critics call the "Charleston Loophole."
The Senate Judiciary Committee questioned Michael Horowitz and Christopher Wray about how the FBI and Department of Justice handled the investigation into Hillary Clinton's email server.
James Comey's actions, the report said, were "extraordinary and insubordinate," and none of his explanations amounted to a "persuasive basis for deviating from well-established department policies."
After an agent's gun was fired inside a Colorado bar, he's now facing consequences and an internal FBI investigation.
The White House acknowledged that chief of staff John Kelly and President Trump's new attorney had "facilitated" secret briefings on the Russia probe but didn't sit in for them.