James Comey Described As 'Insubordinate' In DOJ Inspector General's ReportA long-awaited report by the Justice Department inspector general on the handling of the Hillary Clinton email investigation by the FBI and Justice Department is expected to focus on former FBI chief James Comey and the decisions he made during the course of the Clinton investigation, CBS News' Paula Reid reports.
James Comey Pushes Back On Trump's Spying ClaimsMultiple outlets reported last week that a confidential source working for the FBI spoke with several Trump campaign aides.
One Year Since James Comey Fired, President Trump Still At Odds With FBI
Comey's Legal Team Includes Former U.S. Attorney Patrick FitzgeraldFitzgerald's office said he had been a part of Comey's legal team since last May, around the time Comey was fired as FBI director by President Donald Trump.
Inside The GOP Plan To Discredit ComeyPresident Donald Trump's allies are preparing an extensive campaign to fight back against James Comey's publicity tour, trying to undermine the credibility of the former FBI director by reviving the blistering Democratic criticism of him before he was fired nearly a year ago.
Durbin: Trump's Tweets 'Are Going To Be Used Against Him' In Russia Probe"Clearly he has established a body of evidence, and many of those elements are going to be used against him," Durbin said.
Durbin Said Comey Wins The Battle Of Trustworthiness Against President TrumpIllinois’ senior U.S. senator said Thursday's testimony by former FBI director James Comey was one bad day for President Trump.
President Trump Fires Back At Comey's Testimony With A TweetJust one day after former FBI Director James Comey delivers surprising testimony on Capitol Hill, President Trump is firing back.
Many Eyes -- And TVs -- On Comey HearingAt least, it seemed that way across Chicago. CBS 2's Lauren Victory reports.
Chicago Experts Give Comey Testimony Good GradeWBBM's Bob Roberts talks with a former federal prosecutor and a former FBI agent.
Law Professor: Comey "Bombshells" A Big Leap In Potential Obstruction Case Against TrumpLaw professor Alexander Tsesis said Comey's testimony is a big step forward in a possible obstruction of justice case against the president