Rod Rosenstein

DOJ announces launch of hate crimes web site

October 29, 2018

US Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein vowed Monday that the Justice Department is rededicating its commitment to preventing hate crimes, two days after a gunman killed eleven people in a Pittsburgh synagogue.. (Oct. 29)

US targets key transnational criminal groups

October 15, 2018

Attorney General Jeff Sessions has announced a task force, headed by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, to step up the fight against 5 key transnational criminal organizations, including MS-13, the Sinaloa drug cartel and Lebanese Hezbollah. (Oct. 15)

Trump in Fla. with Rosenstein talks about security

October 8, 2018

With deputy AG Rod Rosenstein in tow, President Donald Trump spoke about security issues to international police chiefs gathered in Florida. Trump also directed his attorney general to "help straighten out the terrible shooting wave" in Chicago. (Oct. 8)

Trump says he has no plans to fire Rosenstein

October 8, 2018

President Donald Trump says he doesn't have plans to fire Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein. Rosenstein is joining Trump aboard Air Force One to an event in Florida, a likely indication that his Justice Department job is at least temporarily safe. (Oct. 8)

Ryan: Let ‘president work it out with Rosenstein’

September 26, 2018

House Speaker Paul Ryan reacts as Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein prepares for a face-to-face showdown Thursday with President Donald Trump, there are indications he won't be fired, but a voluntary resignation isn't out of the question. (Sept. 26)

AP Top Stories Sept. 24 P

September 24, 2018

Here are the top stories for Monday, September 24th: Rod Rosenstein to meet with President Trump Thursday; Trump says he will meet with Kim Jong Un 'quite soon'; World leaders unveil a Nelson Mandela statue at UN; A train derailed in Iowa.

Trump: 2nd NKorea summit in not too distant future

September 24, 2018

President Donald Trump said Monday a second summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will happen "in the not too distant future." He also said he will meet Thursday with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to determine "what's going on." (Sept. 24)

Future of Rosenstein uncertain amid secret taping reports

September 22, 2018

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein reportedly suggested secretly recording President Donald Trump last year. AP's Eric Tucker explains that Rosenstein denied the allegations, but uncertainty lies in what the president may do. (Sept. 21)

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