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D.C. lawyer Charles Cooper takes over Epstein-related libel suit vs. Dershowitz

Washington attorney Charles Cooper, who has represented two attorneys general and is enmeshed in the congressional investigation of President Donald Trump’s contacts with Ukraine, entered the libel case against Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz Thursday after another high-powered attorney, David ...

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Trump judicial nominee cries over scathing letter from the American Bar Association

WASHINGTON – The American Bar Association had no shortage of criticism in its assessment of the Trump administration’s new judicial nominee. Colleagues found Lawrence VanDyke to be “arrogant, lazy, an ideologue, and lacking in knowledge of the day-to-day practice,” the ...

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John Bolton’s testimony is being requested in the impeachment inquiry

WASHINGTON – Democratic investigators have requested testimony from former national security adviser John Bolton in their expanding impeachment probe of President Donald Trump, reaching into the upper echelons of the White House as they prepared to move ahead Thursday with ...

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ACLU sues FBI, DOJ over facial-recognition technology, criticizing ‘unprecedented’ surveillance and secrecy

The American Civil Liberties Union on Thursday sued the Justice Department, the Drug Enforcement Administration and the FBI for records detailing their use of facial-recognition software, arguing that the agencies have secretly implemented a nationwide surveillance technology that threatens Americans’ ...

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Vindman offers firsthand account of critical episodes in alleged quid pro quo

WASHINGTON — National Security Council Ukraine expert Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman’s testimony in the House impeachment probe Tuesday is shedding new light on how Trump administration officials pressured Ukrainian leaders into investigations that could benefit the president, corroborating other witnesses ...

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Judge reinstates libel lawsuit filed by Covington Catholic teen against Washington Post

A federal judge reinstated part of a lawsuit against The Washington Post filed by the family of a Kentucky teenager that alleged the newspaper libeled the teen in its coverage of his encounter with a Native American activist at the ...

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