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May 01 2019
The attorney general appears before Congress amid reports that the special counsel told him his four-page summary of the investigation caused confusion.
WASHINGTON — Attorney General William Barr testified before Congress on Wednesday for the first time since the release of a redacted version of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report of his nearly two-year investigation into RussianNBC News (Online)
Dec 06 2018
What we know — and still don’t know — about the special counsel probe and the president.Vox
Nov 17 2022
The man who had to clean up the mess at Enron says the situation at FTX is even worse, describing what he calls a “complete failure” of corporate control.
The filing by John Ray III, the new CEO of the bankrupt cryptocurrency firm, lays out a damning description of FTX’s operations under its founder Sam Bankman-Fried, from a lack of security controls to business funds being used to buyAssociated Press
Nov 22 2022
The Biden administration on Tuesday announced that it will extend the pause on federal student loan repayments through June 30 as its broader debt forgiveness plan remains in legal limbo.
Federal borrowers were scheduled to resume payments in January.
"We’re extending the payment pause because it would be deeply unfair to ask borrowers to pay a debt that they wouldn’t have toFox Business
Mar 28 2019
President Donald Trump told Fox News’ Sean Hannity that the FBI’s conduct during the 2016 election amounted to treason.
President Donald Trump said Wednesday night that special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation would not have happened if Attorney General William Barr had been in his current position at the time.
Barr “is a great gentleman,” Trump told host Sean Hannity in anHuffPost
Nov 01 2022
Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts granted a stay, temporarily blocking former President Trump from having to turn over his tax records to Democrats on the House Ways and Means Committee.
Trump and his legal team on Monday filed asking the Supreme Court to block the release of his tax records.
The House Ways and Means Committee first requested six years of Trump's taxFox News (Online News)
Apr 10 2018
Special Counsel Robert Mueller would not do this lightly.Politico
Feb 27 2023
Perspectives BlogFrom the Right
Growing up in the Texas suburbs, almost every errand was at least a 30-minute commitment.
You’d have to get in your car, drive down a six-lane road, park in a lot double the size of the business, and then repeat the process to drive home. America’s bias toward car-dependent communities has made our people – and our climate – worse off.
I recently had theStephen Perkins
Feb 24 2019
Special counsel is widely seen as in the final stages of his probe; a look at what could happen nextWall Street Journal (News)
May 31 2019
In an impromptu press conference and on Twitter, President Donald Trump responded to special counsel Robert Mueller’s remarks about the Russia investigation with several false and questionable claims:
Trump suggested that he could not be impeached because he hasn’t been charged with a crime. “I can’t imagine the courts allowing it,” he added. But constitutional scholars tell us aFactCheck.org