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Trump mulls commuting Blagojevich’s term, pardoning Stewart

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump said Thursday he’s considering commuting the sentence of former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich, who was convicted of corruption, and pardoning lifestyle entrepreneur Martha Stewart, who served a stint in federal prison after being convicted ...

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Judge readies for update on Trump personal lawyer probe

NEW YORK (AP) — A court-appointed official gave a New York judge in advance of a hearing Wednesday an upbeat report on how fast attorney-client privilege designations are being applied to materials seized from President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer. Barbara ...

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Justice Department expands probe into FBI

WASHINGTON – Under pressure from President Donald Trump, the Justice Department on Sunday asked its inspector general to assess whether political motivation tainted the FBI investigation into ties between Russia and Trump’s campaign – a remarkable step officials hoped might ...

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Police wound man firing gun inside Trump Doral hotel and ‘yelling’ about president

A man who was allegedly “actively shooting” in the lobby of Trump National Doral Miami in Doral, Florida, and “yelling” about President Donald Trump was shot and wounded by police early Friday morning, authorities said. Both Miami-Dade Police and Doral ...

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Mueller’s team told Trump’s lawyers the special counsel cannot indict a sitting president

WASHINGTON – Special counsel Robert Mueller III’s team told President Donald Trump’s lawyers recently that prosecutors do not believe they can charge a sitting president with a crime under Justice Department guidelines, Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani said Wednesday. The special ...

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Buckle up’: As Mueller probe enters second year, Trump and allies go on war footing

WASHINGTON – The grand jury witnesses arrive one by one at the windowless room in the federal courthouse on Constitution Avenue in downtown Washington. They are struck first by how commonplace the setting feels – more classroom than courtroom, two ...

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