F.B.I. Director Wants to Move Forward, but the President Is Making His Job Harder

Christopher Wray tries steer a bureau the president has said is in “Tatters.”

Director Defends F.B.I. After Trump Says Bureau Is in ‘Tatters’

Christopher A. Wray, the F.B.I. director, did not mention the president in defending the agency’s work force as “focused on our critical mission.”

Lawmakers Confront F.B.I. Director Over Report on Black Extremists

The F.B.I. director faced sharp questioning over an internal report that some have said called to mind the F.B.I.’s illegal spying on blacks during the civil rights movement.

Writers From the Right and Left on Trump Jr., the Future of the F.B.I., Health Care and More

Read about how the other side thinks: Writers from across the political spectrum take on the news of the week.

Who is Christopher Wray? Trump’s F.B.I. Pick Is Said to Be Low-Key and Principled

Mr. Wray’s ability to protect the F.B.I.’s independence will be examined because of President Trump’s repeated interjections into criminal justice matters.