WASHINGTON – House investigators released numerous text messages late Thursday night illustrating how senior State Department officials coordinated with the Ukrainian president’s top aide and President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer to leverage a potential summit between the heads of state ...Read More »
WASHINGTON – Justice Department attorneys promised a federal judge Wednesday that the White House will not destroy records of President Donald Trump’s calls and meetings with foreign leaders while the court weighs a lawsuit brought by historians and watchdog groups. ...
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WASHINGTON – The Justice Department on Wednesday asked a federal judge to block the Manhattan district attorney from subpoenaing President Donald Trump’s tax returns – at least temporarily while Trump sues to have the subpoena dismissed. Last month, Trump sued ...Read More »
A coalition of civil rights organizations this week accused Comcast of undermining Reconstruction-era protections against racial discrimination, weighing in on a lawsuit against the company that is now before the U.S. Supreme Court. Comedian and media mogul Byron Allen is ...Read More »
ALEXANDRIA, Va. – A contractor accused of leaking classified information engaged in “thievery, not protected speech,” and has no First Amendment grounds to challenge his Espionage Act prosecutions, the Justice Department said in an Alexandria federal court filing. Former intelligence ...
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WASHINGTON – A federal appeals court on Tuesday ruled in favor of the Federal Communications Commission and upheld its repeal of Obama-era net neutrality protections, issuing a mixed decision that also appeared to open the door for state and local ...
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A federal judge in Kansas has been slapped with a rare public reprimand for sexually harassing employees, carrying out a years-long affair with someone convicted of a felony that made him “susceptible to extortion” and frequently arriving late to court ...Read More »
WASHINGTON – A veteran federal judge on Monday warned U.S. prosecutors either to charge former acting FBI director Andrew McCabe or to drop their investigation into whether he lied to investigators about an unauthorized media disclosure, saying their indecision was ...
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The Dallas police officer who killed her neighbor after she walked into his apartment thinking it was her own is guilty of murder, a jury found Tuesday. The verdict follows a high-profile seven-day trial that reconstructed the evening of Sept. ...Read More »
WASHINGTON – On a warm spring night at La Ferme, a cozy French restaurant in Brett Kavanaugh’s Chevy Chase neighborhood, an elderly woman shouted – something unintelligible but clearly angry and insulting – as the Supreme Court justice and his ...Read More »