Rod J. Rosenstein

American lawyer Rod J. Rosenstein

Rod J. Rosenstein is the United States Attorney for the United States District Court for the District of Maryland and a former nominee to the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit.
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Stelter debunks pro-Trump media talking points
CNN - 7 days
After Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein announced indictments of Russians in US election meddling, CNN's Brian Stelter says pro-Trump media outlets are being dishonest in their talking points.
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How did US intel agencies miss Russian meddling operation?
Fox News - 8 days
Critics raise national security concerns after Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein announces indictment of 13 Russian nationals and three Russian companies for election interference.
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WATCH: Russians accused of elaborate election scheme, Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein says
ABC News - 9 days
Rod Rosenstein said the Russians charged called their work "information warfare against the United States" with the goal of spreading distrust of candidates and the political system.
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Encryption keeps us safe. It must not be compromised with ‘backdoors’ | Robby Mook
Guardian (UK) - 14 days
As Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager I know how vital secure communication is. Giving officials access to our data threatens everyone In the spring of 2016, I was told that the Democratic National Committee had been hacked, probably by Russians. Immediately, I was concerned that the campaign I managed, Hillary for America, had been hacked too. We wouldn’t know for months whether it had (to the best of our current knowledge, it never was, although private accounts of campaign staff and advisers were). In the days afterwards, we needed a way to have conversations that would be guaranteed not to leak – including ones relating to the hack itself. When the stolen information was exploited to generate news coverage or concoct “fake news” – such as that Democratic operatives were running a sex ring out of a pizza parlour – we learned some hard lessons in why privacy really matters. I worry the current rhetoric around encryption is ignoring that lesson. The deputy attorney general, Rod Rosen...
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WATCH: No. 3 in command at the Justice Department will step down soon: Sources
ABC News - 16 days
She likely would have had to oversee the special counsel probe if Rod Rosenstein resigned or was fired.
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Report: Rachel Brand, Justice Department's No. 3, Official To Resign
Huffington Post - 16 days
Brand was next in line of succession to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein for oversight of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s probe.
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The new target of right-wing rage: Veteran employees at the FBI and Justice Department
LATimes - 17 days
The tone of the ad is ominous, a familiar conservative warning about a looming threat to American freedom. But instead of President Obama or a foreign adversary, the target is a veteran federal prosecutor appointed by President Trump. “Rod Rosenstein – a weak careerist at the Justice Department,”...
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White House spokesman: 'No changes' will be made at the DOJ
CNN - 23 days
White House deputy press secretary Raj Shah said there will be "no changes" at the Justice Department when asked about the potential firing of Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.
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White House official says there's been no discussions about firing Rosenstein - 23 days
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A White House official said on Friday that there has been no discussions or considerations about firing Deputy U.S. Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.
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WATCH: Trump asked deputy attorney general whether he was on his team: Source
ABC News - 25 days
The president also allegedly asked Rod Rosenstein, in charge of special counsel, about the Russia probe, the source said.
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How a classified four-page Russia memo triggered a political firestorm
Chicago Times - 27 days
Early this month, FBI Director Christopher Wray and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein trekked to Capitol Hill in a last-ditch effort to avoid giving Republican lawmakers access to intelligence they considered so sensitive that it could not leave their control. House Intelligence Committee...
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Trump calls report he ordered Mueller's firing 'fake news'
NPR - about 1 month
The New York Times reported Thursday that the president demanded Mueller's firing just weeks after the special counsel was first appointed by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.
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House committee gets access to remaining dossier records
Fox News - about 2 months
Reporting by Catherine Herridge A source close to the matter tells Fox News that the house intelligence committee investigators got access to the remaining Russia documents during a classified session at the Justice Department Friday.   Investigators were allowed to review the records and take notes, but not take copies which is standard in sensitive cases. These are described as core records about the Russia dossier, and its handling by the FBI, to include witness interview summaries, known in FBI circles as 302s, and 1023s which are for confidential sources or informants.    In the dossier case,  former British Spy Christopher Steele was a source for the FBI – first relaying some information in July 2016, the same month the Clinton email case closed for the first time, and the Russia Counter Intelligence case opened. The Justice Department and FBI are on a tight timeline to provide records and witnesses, based on the agreement reached between Republican chairman Devin Nu...
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Paul Manafort is suing Robert Mueller and the Department of Justice - Business Insider
Google News - about 2 months
Business Insider Paul Manafort is suing Robert Mueller and the Department of Justice Business Insider Paul Manafort Former Donald Trump presidential campaign manager Paul Manafort looks on during Game Four of the American League Championship Series at Yankee Stadium on October 17, 2017 in the Bronx borough of New York City. Elsa/Getty Images. Former ... Paul Manafort sues Robert Mueller, Rod Rosenstein and Justice DepartmentWCVB Boston Russia probe grand jury looks like 'a Black Lives Matter rally,' says witnessPage Six Trump ex-campaign chair Manafort sues Mueller, Rosenstein and Department of JusticeCNBC all 86 news articles »
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An Update On The Russia Investigation
NPR - 2 months
Deputy Atty. Gen. Rod Rosenstein defended Robert Mueller and his team before Congress this week. Republicans are questioning the impartiality of the Russia investigation.
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Rod J. Rosenstein
  • 2005
    Age 40
    He took office on July 12, 2005, after the United States Senate unanimously confirmed his nomination.
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    President George W. Bush nominated Mr. Rosenstein to serve as United States Attorney for the United States District Court for the District of Maryland on May 23, 2005.
  • 2001
    Age 36
    From 2001 to 2005, Mr. Rosenstein served as Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General for the Tax Division of the U.S. Department of Justice.
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  • 2000
    Age 35
    On October 12, 2000, President Bill Clinton had nominated African-American federal district court judge Andre M. Davis to replace Murnaghan.
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  • 1997
    Age 32
    United States Attorney Lynne A. Battaglia hired Mr. Rosenstein as an Assistant U.S. Attorney in 1997.
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  • 1995
    Age 30
    As an Associate Independent Counsel from 1995 to 1997, he was co-counsel in the trial of three defendants who were convicted of fraud, and he supervised the investigation that found no basis for criminal prosecution of White House officials who had obtained FBI background reports.
  • 1990
    Age 25
    After his clerkship, Mr. Rosenstein joined the U.S. Department of Justice through the Attorney General’s Honors Program. From 1990 to 1993, he prosecuted public corruption cases as a trial attorney with the Public Integrity Section of the Criminal Division, then led by Assistant Attorney General Robert S. Mueller, III.
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  • 1989
    Age 24
    He earned his J.D. degree cum laude in 1989 from Harvard Law School, where he was an editor of the Harvard Law Review.
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  • 1965
    Age 0
    Born in 1965.
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