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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 deal with Russia and the Clinton Foundation, according to unnamed sources […]

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

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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 deal with Russia and the Clinton Foundation, according to unnamed sources […]

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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

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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

Trump is the most dishonest president in history and it’s ruining the nation

There's an old joke about a husband who wakes up every morning and says to his wife, “I want to apologize in advance for everything I do wrong today.”

Trump: Sessions’ recusal would have precluded him from consideration as AG

WASHINGTON- President Donald Trump said advanced knowledge of Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ decision to recuse to himself from DOJ’s investigation into potential collusion between members of the Trump campaign and Russian officials

Trump says media misrepresented G-20 dinner conversation with Putin

WASHINGTON- President Donald Trump in a series of Tuesday evening Tweets accused media outlets of portraying in a “sinister” manner a semi-private dinner conversation he had had last week at the

Wray: I would resign before executing an illegal order from the president

WASHINGTON – Christopher Wray, President Donald Trump’s nominee to head the FBI, told lawmakers Wednesday that he would vacate his post before executing an order from the president he believed to

Senators call for investigation of Trump Jr.’s meeting with Russian attorney

WASHINGTON – Even before Donald Trump Jr. released on Tuesday the bombshell emails he exchanged with an acquaintance who offered to arrange a meeting with a Russian attorney promising incriminating

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