James Comey Critical of Donald Trump In New Book

Fired FBI Director, James Comey, is set to release his new book, A Higher Loyalty on April 17th and excerpts of the book attained by The Associated Press and other news outlets are already making headlines. The book is highly critical of President Trump. The book recounts all of the high stakes situations that Comey […]

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Dutch Lawyer First to be Sentenced in Russia Probe

A Dutch lawyer is the first person to be sentenced in special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. Attorney Alex van der Zwaan has been sentenced to thirty days in prison and was ordered to pay $20,000 in fines. Van der Zwaan pleaded guilty in February to lying […]

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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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Russia Expels 60 U.S. Diplomats, Says Will Expel Others in Response to Expulsions from EU Nations as Well

Russia has announced the expulsion of sixty American diplomats in response to a similar measure announced by the U.S. earlier this week. The Russian Foreign Ministry also announced the closing of the U.S. consulate in St. Petersburg, Russia. “US Ambassador to Russia Jon Huntsman has been summoned to our ministry, where my deputy Sergei Ryabkov […]

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Paul Manafort, Rick Gates Associate Believed to be Former Member of Russian Military Intelligence Service

Special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigative team has alleged that a business associate of former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort is a former member of the Russian intelligence services, and that Manafort and Rick Gates also a former Trump campaign official had ongoing contacts with the individual during the 2016 presidential campaign. According to investigators Gates […]

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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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Washington Man Arrested for Sending Packages Containing Explosive Devices to Government Buildings, Military Bases

A Washington State man with a history of writing incoherent notes to the military was arrested late last night for sending suspicious packages to military bases and government buildings in Washington D.C. Forty-three-year-old Thang Cong Phan was taken into custody shortly before midnight on Monday. Phan had sent eleven packages containing “potential destructive devices” to […]

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U.S., 14 EU Nations Announce Coordinated Expulsion of Russian Diplomats

The Trump administration announced that it is expelling sixty Russian diplomats from the U.S. for that government’s alleged role in the poisoning of a Russian ex-patriot living in Britain earlier this month. The announcement is expected to coincide with similar announcements from other European Union countries, many of them also NATO members. Donald Tusk, President […]

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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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