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May 01 2019
Attorney general appears before a Senate panel after letter indicates dispute over characterizing special counsel probe
The special counsel probe into President Trump and Russian 2016 election interference was meant to deliver a verdict on criminality, not to simply report facts to the public, Attorney General William Barr said in explaining why he determined the president’s actionsWall Street Journal (News)
Feb 15 2022
Special Counsel John Durham alleged in a court filing last week that a lawyer for Democrats shared data with a federal agency allegedly showing the use of Russian-made phones near the White House in 2017.
The February 11 filing also accuses attorney Michael Sussmann of lying to the FBI in September 2016, when he said he was not working "for any client" when he presented the agency withNewsweek
Feb 15 2023
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Dec 07 2022
The Senate GOP’s upstarts aren’t done yet.
About a half-dozen Republican senators, most of whom publicly opposed Mitch McConnell as their leader last month, are getting more organized in a bid to exert their leverage in the chamber. They’re pushing their colleagues for a formal legislative agenda and to extract more concessions from Democrats, according to multiple senators and aides.Politico
Dec 14 2022
A superintendent in Virginia has been fired after a new report revealed he mishandled sexual assault cases involving a student.
The Loudoun County Public School Board voted to fire school superintendent Dr. Scott Ziegler on Tuesday night after a new report stated he intentionally lied about a sexual assault involving a student that occurred in a women's restroom.
An investigationInternational Business Times
Dec 17 2022
For more than two decades, the U.S. military has been barred from providing training and equipment to foreign security forces that commit “gross violations of internationally recognized human rights.”
The law, named for its author, Vermont Sen. Patrick Leahy, applies to military assistance for foreign units funded through the Defense or State departments. Lawmakers including Leahy, aProPublica
Jan 06 2023
Some 71% of Americans want Democrats and Republicans to work together. Could “the Alaska way” offer a path back toward moderation?
When Democrat Mary Sattler Peltola went looking to hire a chief of staff, she chose someone with hands-on experience and a deep knowledge of her home state, Alaska. He was also a Republican. Alex Ortiz’s last job was serving in the same role for herChristian Science Monitor
Nov 02 2022
An apparent mishap with Dropbox led to media outlets obtaining access to a batch of emails that revealed former President Donald Trump's attorneys viewed Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas as key to overturning the 2020 election.
Trump lawyer John Eastman begrudgingly shared a Dropbox link with the Jan. 6 committee on Oct. 28 in compliance with a court order demanding he turn over aWashington Examiner
Oct 26 2022
“Common Ground” to Feature In-Depth Talks with Lawmakers from Opposite Sides of the Aisle Beginning November 1
FOX News Audio to Rebrand All Baier Podcasts Under “The Bret Baier Podcast” Umbrella
NEW YORK – October 26, 2022 – FOX News Audio will debut Common Ground hosted by FOX News Channel’s (FNC) chief political anchor and executive editorFox News (Online News)
May 16 2022
Michael Sussmann, a former lawyer for Hillary Clinton's 2016 campaign, is set to go on trial Monday for a single charge of lying to the FBI, as part of Special Counsel John Durham's three-year investigation of the Trump-Russia investigation.
But the trial is shaping up to be about something much bigger than whether Sussmann lied about his clients while passing on a tip to the FBICNN (Online News)