Anthony Barr Headlines

  • George Anthony Says He Has Forgiven Casey Anthony After Near-Fatal Car Crash

    The Anthony family is making forgiveness a priority in 2019. In a rare television interview, both George Anthony and Cindy Anthony are sitting down with Dr. Oz to discuss a wide range of

    E! Online
  • Barr for the Presidency

    Some lessons for the left and right on constitutional guardrails.

    WSJ
  • The Integrity of William Barr

    He should not be required to recuse himself from the Mueller investigation.

    www.nytimes.com
  • WATCH: Who is William Barr?

    Barr previously served as attorney general under President George H.W. Bush.

    ABC News
  • How Much Do You Trust Bill Barr?

    Bill Barr, the once and likely future attorney general, had one mission on Capitol Hill on Tuesday: convince the Senate that he would be an honorable man. In a day-long confirmation hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee, the nominee reassured lawmakers that he would maintain the Justice Department’s independence from a president who constantly challenges it. He also explicitly vowed to defend special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation from outside interference until it wraps up,...

    The New Republic
  • With Barr, Will Justice Be Done?

    The nominee to be attorney general has backed some of the president’s worst impulses on the Russia inquiry.

    www.nytimes.com
  • EDITORIAL: Putting William Barr to the test

    The balance of political power in Washington requires a nimble gait afoot for those who come to town to do good and stay to do well. William Barr, the president’s nominee for U.S. attorney general, has navigated skillfully the avenues that lead to the top at the Department of Justice. If confirmed as the nation’s 85th attorney general, Mr. Barr must remember where to tiptoe within the endless ranks of Washington lawyers and where to come down hard with both feet.

    The Washington Times
  • The Democrats’ strange capitulation to William Barr

    Democrats on the Judiciary Committee seem to be looking right past red flags.

    www.washingtonpost.com
  • Barr disqualified himself with memos: Sen. Warner

    Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va., weighs in on William Barr's hearings and why he says Barr's memo on the special counsel is disqualifying. Sen. Warner also discusses the government shutdown and a new Wall Street Journal column on the president.

    MSNBC.com
  • 5 takeaways from Barr’s testimony

    President Trump’s nominee to be attorney general, William Barr, appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday, for the first of two days of questioning.

    TheHill
  • Barr describes his meeting with Trump in 2017

    William Barr, President Donald Trump's nominee to be attorney general, on Tuesday described a 2017 meeting with Trump about possibly representing him as a personal attorney. At his Senate confirmation hearing, Barr detailed how the meeting came about. David Friedman, the US ambassador to Israel, approached Barr, the nominee testified. Barr responded that at the time, he "didn't really want to take on this burden." However, Barr said he went and met with Trump, to whom he gave his phone number...

    WPLG
  • Barr describes his meeting with Trump in 2017

    William Barr, President Donald Trump's nominee to be attorney general, on Tuesday described a 2017 meeting with Trump about possibly representing him as a personal attorney.

    CNN
  • WATCH: Confirmation hearing for William Barr

    Watch a livestream as the Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearing begins for President Donald Trump’s pick for attorney general, William Barr.

    WTOP
  • What to watch for in William Barr's confirmation hearing

    Over 25 years ago, Joe Biden, then the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, endorsed the confirmation of a "refreshing" and "honest" young William Barr for attorney general. Tuesday, Barr, President Donald Trump's choice to take over the Justice Department, will be confronted by senators more dug in to their partisan camps and anxious about how he would oversee the special counsel probe that appears to be nearing a fiery finish. Barr's nomination has taken on new urgency for Democrats in...

    WPLG
  • What Barr Knows About Firing an FBI Head

    He helped bring about the dismissal of William Sessions, the only director before Comey to be sacked.

    WSJ
  • Kavanaugh hangs over Barr confirmation fight

    The Senate Judiciary Committee is bracing for a combative hearing on Trump’s attorney general nominee.

    POLITICO
  • We have questions for William Barr. Will he have the answers?

    What more does the Senate need to hear?

    www.washingtonpost.com
  • How Anthony Scaramucci wound up at the Golden Globes

    The former White House communications director is mostly focused on his investment firm these days, but he and his wife made a surprise Hollywood appearance on Sunday.

    www.washingtonpost.com
  • Nets hold off Anthony Davis, Pelicans

    The Brooklyn Nets built up a big enough lead with a 73-point first half to withstand Anthony Davis' monstrous return to the lineup, beating the New Orleans Pelicans, 126-121. by Brian Mahoney

    philstar.com
  • Senate sets Barr's confirmation hearing

    The Senate Judiciary Committee announced on Wednesday that it will hold a two-day confirmation hearing for William Barr's attorney general nomination this month.The hearing, according to a release from outgoing Com

    TheHill
  • Bulls trade for Carmelo Anthony and will waive him

    Close to five years after pursuing him in free agency, the Bulls landed Carmelo Anthony. Just like then, he won’t suit up for the Bulls. The Bulls will acquire Anthony from the Rockets once the league office reopens for business after the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday but then the team will waive

    www.baltimoresun.com
  • Bulls trade for Carmelo Anthony and will waive him

    Close to five years after pursuing him in free agency, the Bulls landed Carmelo Anthony. Just like then, he won’t suit up for the Bulls. The Bulls will acquire Anthony from the Rockets once the league office reopens for business after the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday but then waive the 10-time

    www.chicagotribune.com
  • Anthony Rapp hopes he did his part to ‘change the culture’

    Actor Anthony Rapp said he came forward with sexual misconduct allegations against Kevin Spacey because he feared assaults could ‘keep happening’ if he said nothing.

    Washington Post
  • Anthony Rapp hopes he did his part to ‘change the culture’

    NEW YORK (AP) - Actor Anthony Rapp said he came forward with sexual misconduct allegations against Kevin Spacey because he feared assaults could "keep happening" if he said nothing. The younger actor spoke about the incident on the red carpet for the second season of his streaming series, "Star Trek

    The Washington Times