Barr Subpoenaed In Dominion Defamation Case Against Fox News

Former Attorney General William Barr has been issued a subpoena in connection with Dominion Voting Systems defamation lawsuit against Fox News, court records show. A filing made in Delaware Superior Court and dated July 8 indicated Barr had been sent a subpoena as Dominion works to prove Fox knowingly aired false information about the company following the 2020 election.

Attempt To Seize Post Reporters’ Email Data Came Day Before Barr Left Office

Newly unsealed court files shed more light on a contentious leak investigation.

Chuck Todd Apologizes For Airing Edited William Barr Clip

NBC News Apologizes For ‘Inaccurately’ Quoting William Barr

The apology didn’t satisfy President Donald Trump, who tweeted both Sunday and Monday that Meet the Press moderator Chuck Todd should be fired.

Barr Slams ‘Monolithic Media’

Attorney General William Barr used a speech to the National Religious Broadcasters Wednesday to take aim at progressive Democrats and the “massively consolidated” media, or, put another way, the president’s favorite twitter targets.

AG Nominee To Recuse Himself From AT&T-TW

William Barr, President Trump‘s nominee for attorney general, promised to recuse himself from the Department of Justice’s lawsuit to block the AT&T-Time Warner merger, according to a Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee.