WASHINGTON – Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on Monday told House Democrats he would not furnish President Donald Trump’s tax returns despite their legal request, the latest move by Trump administration officials to shield the president from congressional investigations. Mnuchin, in ...Read More »
A state appellate court has reversed a murder conviction and dismissed the indictment against a woman accused of being the accomplice in a fatal shooting. Sherry L. McDonald, 30, was convicted in July 2016 of second-degree murder and sentenced to ...Read More »
HAMTRAMCK, Mich. — A federal judge who worked until his recent death at age 96 left a historic trail of groundbreaking legal opinions. But one case outlived Damon Keith: the longest-running housing discrimination lawsuit in the United States. Keith declared ...Read More »
A Holley contractor was sentenced to 18 months in federal prison and ordered to pay $600,000 in restitution for defrauding the New York State and United States transportation departments. Nathaniel P. Lorenz, 47, also must serve a two-year supervised release ...Read More »
WASHINGTON – U.S. prosecutors urged a judge Friday to reject Donald Trump confidante Roger Stone’s request to toss out his indictment in special counsel Robert Mueller III’s Russian investigation, including rejecting Stone’s claim that the Justice Department improperly funded the ...
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WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump’s turnabout on whether the special counsel should appear before Congress — “Bob Mueller should not testify,” he tweeted — has sparked criticism from Democratic lawmakers eager to question the author of the report on ...Read More »
CINCINNATI — A federal court ruled Friday that Ohio’s congressional map is unconstitutional and ordered a new one be drawn for the 2020 elections. A three-judge panel of the U.S. District Court in Cincinnati ruled unanimously that district boundaries were ...Read More »