It was supposed to be the “trial of the century.” Now the case won’t even get its day in court. The dismissal of a landmark, youth-led climate lawsuit late last week is a sign of how hard it will be ...Read More »
Federal prosecutors explore years-old media disclosure, raising fears Trump is using Justice Department for political gain
WASHINGTON – Federal prosecutors in the District of Columbia have taken steps in recent months to explore a years-old disclosure of classified information to the media, raising some fears that the Justice Department is resurrecting dated instances of possible wrongdoing ...Read More »
WASHINGTON – The Trump administration’s push to restart federal executions after nearly two decades heads back to court Wednesday morning in Washington. Justice Department lawyers are asking the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit to reverse ...
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Former Rep. Chris Collins, President Donald Trump’s first congressional supporter, should serve nearly five years in prison for insider trading and lying to the FBI, federal prosecutors recommended to a judge Monday. A lengthy sentence is necessary “to promote respect ...
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