President’s Team Worries About Recordings Between He and His Attorney

Close associates of President Trump’s are worried recordings made by his personal attorney, Michael Cohen, were seized in raids on his offices earlier this week. FBI agents raided space Mr. Cohen uses in the offices of another law firm located in Rockefeller Center in Midtown Manhattan, as well as in a hotel room where Cohen […]

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Attorney General Jeff Sessions Forgoes Appointing a Second Special Counsel to Look into FISA, Other Abuses at FBI, DOJ

Attorney General Jeff Sessions has decided not to appoint a second special counsel to investigate alleged abuses by the FBI and the Department of Justice regarding the obtaining of FISA warrants to surveille the Trump campaign during the 2016 presidential election, as well as other issues like the conduct of the Hillary Clinton email scandal. […]

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The Massachusetts Education Board Voted Unanimously Against Arming Teachers in Classrooms

A school board in Massachusetts has voted against arming teachers in the classroom as a response to shootings on school campuses. The Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, an eleven-member board, voted unanimously against a proposal to arm teachers in Massachusetts schools, arguing it could make schools “less safe.” The resolution has no legal or […]

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Department of Justice Inspector General Opens Investigation into Carter Page FISA Warrants

The inspector general of the Department of Justice has announced the opening of an investigation into actions by DOJ and FBI officials in the obtaining of FISA warrants “related to a certain U.S. person.” The “certain U.S. person” is widely believed to be former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page. It was revealed earlier this year […]

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Second Steele Report Alleges Foul Play in Death of Russian Media Mogul in Washington D.C.

The FBI is in possession of an additional Steele report that casts doubt on the findings of a Washington D.C. Police Department investigation into the mysterious death of a Russian media mogul in 2015. Mikhail Lesin, the founder of Russia Today, Russia’s state-owned news outlet, was found dead in a hotel room in Washington D.C. […]

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Former Deputy Director Implores: FBI Careers Worthwhile Despite the Headlines

Former FBI Director Andrew McCabe is pleading with the nation’s young people not to be discouraged from going into careers in public service despite the “divisive politics and partisan attacks” that characterize the country’s national discourse. McCabe made his case in an op-ed in The Washington Post yesterday. Andrew McCabe was fired last week, two […]

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Citibank Moves to Restrict its Clients from Certain Gun-Sale Activity

Citibank has announced that it will request its clients observe certain gun control measures in order to become clients, or partner with the bank. The regulations will apply only to new customers. Citibank will require new retail clients to not sell firearms to anyone who hasn’t passed a background check, restrict firearm sales to anyone […]

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President Trump’s Lead Personal Lawyer Resigns Today Over Disagreement on Stance to Take Toward Mueller

President Trump’s lead lawyer in the Russia investigation has resigned today it was announced, citing strong differences in strategy in the President’s defense. John Dowd who has been part of the President’s personal legal team since last summer said he was leaving his role because the President was increasingly ignoring his advice, according to a […]

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Tensions Rise Between President Trump and Former High-Ranking Intelligence Community Members

Tensions between President Trump and former high-ranking intelligence community officials have been rising in the wake of the firing of FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe. McCabe was fired on Friday after an internal FBI investigation found he acted inappropriately in authorizing officials to speak to reporters about a Clinton Foundation investigation in 2016, then showed […]

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McCabe Says Firing Was Political, Due to Willingness to Corroborate Comey Accounts of Interactions with Trump

Former Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe believes his firing was political and that it has to do with his willingness to corroborate information former FBI Director James Comey has given to Congress as well as the special counsel about interactions he has had with President Trump. McCabe was dismissed late Friday night, two days before […]

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