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Comey Told Sessions: Don’t Leave Me Alone With Trump

The day after President Trump asked James B. Comey, the F.B.I. director, to end an investigation into his former national security adviser, Mr. Comey confronted Attorney General Jeff Sessions and said he did not want to be left alone again with the president, according to current and former law enforcement officials. Mr. ...

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Sessions offered to resign before Trump’s trip abroad

Attorney General Jeff Sessions offered his resignation to President Donald Trump amid Trump’s rising frustration with the series of events that culminated in the appointment of a special counsel to investigate his campaign’s contacts with Russian officials during last year’s election. Trump ultimately refused Sessions’ offer, which came just before ...

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Reporters worry about leak investigations in Trump era

“It’s much more intense now.” “The leak hunts are getting very aggressive.” “The climate of fear surrounding the Russia investigations is off the charts.” These are national security reporters describing the difficulties of the job — communicating with anonymous sources and dealing with classified information. The reporters say it’s especially ...

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Fast and Furious report slams Holder for deception

The House Oversight Committee released a scathing report Wednesday that accuses former Attorney General Eric Holder and his Department of Justice of covering up Operation Fast and Furious and misleading Congress’ investigation into the botched gun-running operation. The nearly 300-page report states that the Justice Department under Holder actively tried ...

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Post-ABC Poll: Most say Trump is interfering with Russia investigations

A majority of Americans report grave suspicions about President Trump’s firing of FBI Director James B. Comey and his conduct during investigations of Russia’s interference in the 2016 election, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll. A 56 percent majority of U.S. adults say Trump is interfering with such investigations ...

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George Soros Gives Additional $250k to VA Rep race

Liberal billionaire George Soros gave an additional $250,000 to Virginia Democrat Tom Perriello in May, bringing his total contributions to the former one-term congressman’s primary to $500,000, according to a campaign finance report filed on Monday. Together with $50,000 that was given to Perriello from Soros’s son Gregory, money from the Soros ...

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California, China sign climate deal after Trump’s Paris exit

With President Donald Trump pulling the U.S. out of the Paris climate accord, China and California signed an agreement Tuesday to work together on reducing emissions, as the state’s governor warned that “disaster still looms” without urgent action. Gov. Jerry Brown told The Associated Press at an international clean energy ...

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Trump pitched Republican leaders on a solar-paneled border wall

In the meeting at the White House today with Republican Congressional leaders, President Trump spent some time talking up his latest idea for the border wall. According to 3 people with direct knowledge of the meeting, Trump floated the idea that the wall could be covered in solar panels and ...

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Milo Yiannopoulos Supporter Sues Berkeley for $23 Million

A fan of fallen alt-right darling Milo Yiannnopoulos has filed a lawsuit against UC Berkeley Regents for a whopping amount, claiming that her First Amendment rights were curtailed when she attempted to attend a February appearance by Yiannopoulos. The suit, filed in federal court in California on Monday alleges that ...

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Judge Dismisses $12 Million Lawsuit Against Katie Couric

The Virginia Citizens Defense League (VCDL) announced on Tuesday it will appeal a district court’s decision to dismiss their $12 million defamation suit against Katie Couric. “The VCDL Board of Directors, after careful consideration, has decided that the recent ruling dismissing the VCDL case against Katie Couric, et al, CANNOT ...

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