Joe Klein talks about Comey’s “Saving Justice,” and Elisabeth Egan discusses Peter Ho Davies’s “A Lie Someone Told You About Yourself.”
Comey’s “Saving Justice” is a revealing memoir that describes his feelings about Trump and his worries about the nation.
Essays from Joan Didion, George Saunders on why fiction matters and plenty more.
The former F.B.I. director has long been a target of President Trump’s.
Showtime’s political drama is a scattered but searing picture of failed self-righteousness.
Based on the former F.B.I. director’s 2018 memoir, the mini-series recounts a history so recent that viewers may experience whiplash. For Comey, watching Daniels in action prompted tears — and nausea.
Michael S. Schmidt’s “Donald Trump v. the United States” describes the uncomfortable tenures of two influential White House figures.
A large club of Trump administration evictees have turned their bracingly bad experiences into a new genre: political revenge literature.
Can Biden — and his vice-presidential pick — take us there?
The series director criticized ViacomCBS’s announcement that it would broadcast “The Comey Rule” in late November. On Wednesday, the air date was moved to September.
In an email to the cast, the filmmaker, Billy Ray, lamented ViacomCBS’s announcement that it would show his adaptation of James Comey’s tell-all in late November.
President Trump regularly assails law enforcement officials who investigate him or his friends as “dirty cops,” while staunchly defending the police who are accused of mistreating anyone else.
The move is highly unusual and has prompted a judge to appoint an outsider to argue against the department.
Three years ago, President Trump swiftly fired his first national security adviser, Michael T. Flynn, for lying to the F.B.I. Ahead of the November election, Mr. Trump and his allies are now telling a very different tale.
Three years ago, President Trump swiftly fired his first national security adviser, Michael T. Flynn, for lying to the F.B.I. Ahead of the November election, Mr. Trump and his allies are now telling a very different story.
The documents show details of a debate among F.B.I. officials before interviewing Michael T. Flynn in 2017, days after he lied to the vice president about his talks with a top Russian diplomat.
A judge’s criticism cast light on the first in a series of steps by the attorney general to take aim at the Russia investigation.