Fired FBI official Andrew McCabe’s fate rests in the hands of a Trump-appointed prosecutor, now that the Justice Department’s inspector general has sent a criminal referral over an investigative finding that he lied to James Comey and bureau investiga
Before he was President, Donald Trump deceived a Forbes reporter about his personal wealth in the 1980s in order to make it onto the magazine's Forbes 400 list, according to a new allegation by the reporter.
A Hazara family is divided three ways, with no chance in sight of being together • Sign up to receive the top stories every morning“At the beginning they said we’ll transfer you to Darwin and if your treatment takes longer, we’ll bring all your ch
James Comey on Wednesday confirmed he was the one who kick-started the inspector general probe that led to his former deputy Andrew McCabe’s ouster, while seeming to back its findings that McCabe lied about a media leak.
Former FBI director James Comey says in his new book that Trump reminds him of a mob boss.
Comey, who used to prosecute organized criminals, said being in the Trump White House gave him flashbacks.
He cites "lying about all things," Trump's need
Richard Farnell may face police investigation after inquiry says his evidence defied beliefRochdale’s recently resigned council leader is facing a possible police investigation after an official inquiry concluded that he lied under oath about child sexu
PREMIERSHIP striker Jese Rodriguez’s ex has accused him of drinking, smoking and “shagging sluts” in a nightclub instead of keeping a hospital vigil with their sick baby. Stunning model Aurah Ruiz claimed the Stoke City star lied about being force
The teenager alleged she fell victim to a racist attack last week, where a man branded her a terrorist and held a knife to her arms before ripping her headscarf off. But on further investigation police discovered her story had been made up.
The FBI is said to be investigating whether Michael Cohen used equity in his home to pay Stormy Daniels $130,000 in October 2016. If he is found to have lied about the reason for obtaining that loan, he could face a 30 year prison sentence.
Last year, the criminal case against Benjamin Wey fell apart after a federal judge ruled that the feds had conducted an illegal search of his home/office. Today, Wey filed a lawsuit in New York State Supreme Court claiming that NASDAQ executives lied to