U.S. Official Arrested for Spying for the Chinese

Ron Rockwell Hansen, 58, was arrested last Saturday on federal charges of attempting to transfer national defense information to the government of China. Hansen is a former U.S. Army Warrant Officer and has been working as a civilian intelligence case officer at the Defense Intelligence Agency since 2006. Hansen was taken into custody while on […]

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Talk of President Pardoning Himself Draws Pushback

Discussion of President Trump pardoning himself for wrongdoing that may come out of the Russia investigation drew criticism from Republicans. Many said the President’s pardoning himself would lead to political turmoil, possibly even impeachment. Former New York City Mayor and early Trump supporter Rudy Giuliani was asked yesterday during an appearance on ABC’s This Week […]

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President’s Letter to Mueller: We Did Not Obstruct

President Trump’s legal team, in a letter written to special counsel Robert Mueller, said the President did not obstruct justice in the ongoing Russia probe. The letter says one of the reasons the President cannot be found to have obstructed justice is the fact that as President, Mr. Trump has the authority to end any […]

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FBI Sent Informant to Infiltrate Trump Campaign

An informant was sent by the FBI to infiltrate the Trump campaign in the hopes of ascertaining whether officials were colluding with the Russian government on interference in the 2016 presidential election. The informant interacted with three Trump campaign staffers: foreign policy advisers Carter Page and George Papadopoulos, and Trump campaign co-chair Sam Clovis. In […]

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Mueller to End Obstruction Investigation by Sept, Giuliani Says

Special counsel Robert Mueller plans to end a portion of his Russia investigation by September 1, according to former New York City Mayor, and current member of President Trump’s legal team, Rudy Giuliani. Giuliani said Mueller is hoping to end the obstruction of justice aspect of his investigation by then because extending it further would […]

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U.S. Government Pushes for Access to Smartphones

The Trump administration is pushing for legislation that would allow law enforcement to gain access to smartphones when the owners are the subjects of criminal investigations. Tech companies, such as Apple and Google have up until now been largely resistant to the changes. “Increasingly, the tools we use to collect evidence run up against technology […]

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Presidential Lawyer Gains Access to $774K During Election

The President’s attorney, Michael Cohen, gained access to $774,000 in cash and credit during the height of the presidential campaign in 2016, records reveal. Speculation is high that the funds were part of an effort to head off any negative publicity that might affect the campaign of then-candidate Donald Trump. On February 24, 2016, according […]

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President’s Lawyer’s Phone Calls Monitored

The President’s personal attorney, Michael Cohen, has had his phone calls monitored for some time, according to authorities, it was learned today. Cohen has represented the Trump organization for nearly two decades in business and various other dealings, according to the President. Cohen has become a person of interest in Robert Mueller’s special investigation into […]

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