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Dec 31 2022
Barbara Walters, the pioneering TV journalist whose interviewing skills made her one of the most prominent figures in broadcasting, has died, her spokesperson confirmed to CNN. She was 93.
“Barbara Walters passed away peacefully in her home surrounded by loved ones. She lived her life with no regrets. She was a trailblazer not only for female journalists but for all women,” Walters’CNN (Online News)
Aug 01 2017
Republican Arizona Rep. Trent Franks says that Robert Mueller is in “clear violation” of federal law prohibiting a special counsel from having a conflict of interest and therefore must immediately resign as special counsel overseeing the Russia investigation.The Daily Caller
Aug 15 2022
U.S. Space Command and Army Space and Missile Defense Command are combining the military’s cyber, special operations, and space capabilities to create a new deterrent “triad” akin to the approach the U.S. uses. to deter nuclear attacks.
The Army is “developing an innovative way to generate asymmetrical advantages by fusing the effects of space-based cyber and SOF [special operationsDefense One
Nov 17 2022
The White House accused congressional Republicans of promoting "long-debunked conspiracy theories" in a swift response after House lawmakers alleged that President Biden was actively involved in overseas business dealings alongside his son Hunter.
"Instead of working with President Biden to address issues important to the American people, like lower costs, congressional Republicans’Fox News (Online News)
Dec 20 2022
A seventh batch of internal Twitter documents was released Monday, further detailing how the FBI and broader intelligence community allegedly sought to shut down a story about Hunter Biden and the contents of his laptop.
The author of the latest “Twitter Files” dump, Michael Shellenberger, argues the contents show that a congressional investigation is needed into the communications theNewsNation
Dec 12 2022
White House officials are convening a planning session Monday to discuss the next steps in securing retired U.S. Marine Paul Whelan's freedom from Russia, an official with the National Security Council confirmed to CBS News.
The meeting is part of the Biden administration's "continued work" on Whelan's case, and is "routine," according to the official. Whelan, 52, was arrested byCBS News (Online)
Mar 04 2023
New intelligence has led the Department of Energy (DOE) to shift its stance on COVID-19's origins and support the lab leak theory, once deemed a conspiracy by some politicians, journalists, and scientists. The Details: On Monday, news broke that the DOE now concludes with "low confidence" that the COVID-19 pandemic most likely began with an accidental leak at a laboratory in Wuhan, China.AllSides Staff
Jan 27 2018
Special Counsel Robert Mueller wants to interview President Trump. We know that is true because the areas of inquiry that Mueller is interested in have been leaked. But the questions Mueller is looking at are not about the issue the special counsel was supposed to examine: collusion with Russians to fix the 2016 presidential election.Fox News (Online News)
Oct 20 2022
. . . but swore they were true anyway.
A federal district judge in California has concluded that former president Trump swore to the truth of voting-fraud claims that he knew were false. The sworn representation was made in connection with a complaint the Trump legal team filed in Georgia federal court.
California district judge John O. Carter found that the then-president hadNational Review (News)
Aug 29 2022
Only a "limited set" of the documents seized by the FBI from former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago home may be protected by attorney-client privilege, the Department of Justice said in a court filing Monday.
Driving the news: The filing comes in response to a lawsuit filed by Trump last week seeking the appointment of a special master to review the materials seized and prevent theAxios