Christopher Wray, a former high-ranking official in former President George W. Bush’s Justice Department, was confirmed by the Senate Tuesday and will step into a new role as director of the FBI.
President Donald Trump had planned to make a visit to the headquarters of the FBI, but those plans were changed after the White House was told he would not be greeted warmly if he showed up.
On the 49th anniversary of the assassination of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., the FBI took to Twitter Tuesday to honor his life, work and commitment to justice. Along with a photo of King from the Library of Congress, the FBI included a graphic of the following quote from him with its tweet: “We shall overcome…
While the FBI has maintained that it was simply following protocol, I think we can all agree that it has a horrible sense of timing.