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‘Facebook isn’t worth dying for’

Dear Editor, Facebook recently pulled down some posts from its website that it considered being possible disinformation designed to interfere with our upcoming midterm election.  They believe the postings may have come from fake Russian accounts.  Most of the posts […]

‘Facebook isn’t worth dying for’

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Dear Editor, Facebook recently pulled down some posts from its website that it considered being possible disinformation designed to interfere with our upcoming midterm election.  They believe the postings may have come from fake Russian accounts.  Most of the posts […]

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Pompeo refutes claims that the administration is soft on Russia

WASHINGTON – Secretary of State Mike Pompeo refuted claims that the Trump administration is soft on Russia. “The United States does not and will not recognize the Kremlin’s purported annexation of

Bipartisan condemnation for Trump’s remarks at news conference with Putin

WASHINGTON – Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle harshly criticized President Donald Trump for provocative comments he made during a joint news conference with Russian president Vladimir Putin

Wolfe launches legal defense fund in ‘fight for his life, freedom and reputation’

James A. Wolfe (Photo courtesy of James Wolfe Legal Defense Fund) WASHINGTON -- James A. Wolfe — the former Senate Intelligence Committee security director charged with repeatedly lying to FBI

Russia fears derail ‘simple bill’ on allowing foreign observers of Maryland elections

Sens. Cheryl Kagan and Robert Casilly debate a bill on international election observers on Feb. 14. Marylandreporter.com photo By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com A heightened fear of Russian meddling in American elections helped

DOJ orders FBI to brief prosecutors on evidence obtained during Uranium One probe

WASHINGTON- The Justice Department has ordered FBI agents to provide prosecutors  a with a summary of the evidence agents obtained during an investigation into alleged connections between an Obama-era uranium

Legal analysts spar over Mueller’s indictment of Manafort and Gates

WASHINGTON- Legal analysts sparred Monday as to whether Independent Counsel Robert Mueller’s indictment of former Trump campaign advisors Paul Manafort and Richard Gates falls outside the scope of the Justice

Trump says he hopes to make almost all JFK assassination files public

WASHINGTON- President Donald Trump tweeted Friday that he hopes to make almost all of the documents related to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy available to the public. https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/923876612013248512 The National

Grassley asks FBI whether Trump campaign was briefed on Russian infiltration efforts

WASHINGTON – Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) inquired in a letter to FBI Director Christoper Wray on Wednesday whether the Bureau had informed the Trump campaign of potential Russian

Donald Trump, Photo by Doug Christian/Baltimore Post Examiner

Tillis-Coons bill would negate Trump’s ability to directly fire Mueller

WASHINGTON- Senate Judiciary Committee members Tom Tillis (R-N.C.) and Chris Coons (D-Del.) introduced legislation Thursday that would negate President Donald Trump’s ability to fire Special Counsel Robert Mueller III. The

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