In an exclusive interview with "CBS This Morning," Attorney General William Barr said he believes special counsel Robert Mueller could have reached a decision on whether President Trump committed obstruction of justice, regardless of long-standing Justice Department policy that prohibits the indictment of a sitting president. During a nearly hour-long interview in Anchorage, Alaska, CBS News chief legal correspondent Jan Crawford pressed the attorney general on a number of issues from obstruction to his new review of the Russia investigation. Barr says Justice Department and Mueller sparred over "legal analysis" in Russia report Barr says Mueller "could've reached a decision" on whether Trump obstructed justice Attorney General William Barr on caring about his reputation: "Everyone dies" Below is the full transcript of the interview: JAN CRAWFORD: Mr. Attorney General, thank you very much for sitting down with us. So, obviously we saw the special counsel … [Read more...] about William Barr interview: Read the full transcript
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William P. Barr Updated 6:58 am PDT, Thursday, April 18, 2019 Attorney General William Barr speaks alongside Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein about the release of a redacted version of special counsel Robert Mueller's report during a news conference, Thursday, April 18, 2019, at the Department of Justice in Washington. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky) less Attorney General William Barr speaks alongside Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein about the release of a redacted version of special counsel Robert Mueller's report during a news conference, Thursday, April ... more Photo: Patrick Semansky, Associated Press Photo: Patrick Semansky, Associated Press Image 1 of / 23 Caption Close Image 1 of 23 Attorney General William Barr speaks alongside Deputy Attorney General Rod … [Read more...] about Read the full text of AG Barr’s prepared remarks on the release of the Mueller report
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page By Globe Staff January 22, 2019 Here’s the full statement Boston police released Tuesday regarding a person of interest in the weekend disappearance of 23-year-old Olivia Ambrose, who went missing after leaving a downtown bar Saturday night:UPDATE: The Boston Police Department is seeking the public’s help to identify the male in the photos above in connection to the investigation into missing person Olivia Ambrose who was last seen in the area of 25 Union Street in Downtown Boston on Saturday, January 19, 2019. Investigators have reviewed surveillance video and marked a timeline of events and locations in the areas of both Downtown Boston and Charlestown in hopes of better understanding the facts and circumstances surrounding Olivia Ambrose’s disappearance. 11:04 PM: Ms. Ambrose is seen leaving a bar located at 25 Union Street (Hennessy’s) with a … [Read more...] about Read the full BPD statement on person of interest in Olivia Ambrose disappearance
PUBLISHED: 05:00 05 January 2019 Megan Aldous Catch up with five of our most read stories. Picture: EMMA BRENNAN Archant Take a look at five of our most read stories this week, including a piece on Ipswich’s best restaurants according to TripAdvisor. The ten worst-hit Ipswich streets for fly-tippingThis week it was revealed which roads in Ipswich are the worst for people illegally dumping rubbish. At the top of the list was Surrey Road which had 15 fly-tipping incidents recorded while Bond Street and Tyler Street are ranked second with 11 each. See if your road is on the list by reading the full story here. Owners search for dog that went missing two years agoMel Perry, who is the owner of China the dog, who went missing two years ago has spent thousands trying to get her beloved pet back. The Podento pooch is currently running wild in the Martlesham area. The eight-year-old was spooked during a walk with Ms Perry back in 2017. Ms Perry has tried … [Read more...] about Have you read these five stories?
The Local looks back at the year's highs and lows in Sweden. Photo: Vilhelm Stokstad / TT As 2018 comes to an end, The Local's team looks back over ten stories that shaped the year, from the summer's wildfires to crime trends to that sword in a lake. Sweden's struggle to crack down on gangs Gang conflict has been an ongoing debate this year, particularly in the southern city of Malmö, with a series of tit-for-tat shootings and explosive blasts. Our Malmö correspondent wrote about how it feels to live in a city where gangland shootings are no longer confined to certain areas (Members). Police in other areas are also facing evolving challenges when it comes to dealing with gang crime. In January, a man in his 60s died after an explosion at a Stockholm subway station, after he picked up what he thought was a toy, but turned out to be a hand grenade. We investigated why Swedish gangs are increasingly using these weapons, and what is being done to crack … [Read more...] about Year in review: The biggest stories from Sweden in 2018