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What Pardons Can (and Can’t) Do for Trump’s Defense

What Pardons Can (and Can’t) Do for Trump’s Defense

U.S. President Donald Trump walks out of the Oval Office of the White House before boarding Marine One in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Monday, May 14, 2018. Trump is traveling to Walter Reed National
Exxon Hopes for New York Attorney General With Different View on Climate

Exxon Hopes for New York Attorney General With Different View on Climate

Exxon Mobil is hoping the downfall of Eric Schneiderman will be an opportunity for the next New York attorney general to come to a “different conclusion” on the oil giant’s role in climate change.
New Jersey Offers to Probe Fraud at For-Profit Colleges If Federal Government Won’t

New Jersey Offers to Probe Fraud at For-Profit Colleges If Federal Government Won’t

New Jersey’s new attorney general says he’ll finish the probes himself.
Blue State AGs Fight for Their Jobs While Fending Off Trump

Blue State AGs Fight for Their Jobs While Fending Off Trump

Democratic attorneys general spent the past 16 months suing the current administration at a record pace, often thwarting President Donald Trump’s most ambitious policy maneuvers with lawsuits
Bharara Weighs Independent Bid for New York Attorney General

Bharara Weighs Independent Bid for New York Attorney General

His name was floated almost instantly after Eric Schneiderman quit.

Trump-Schneiderman Feud Puts Sexual-Assault Claims in New Light

Just days after Eric Schneiderman resigned abruptly over allegations that he beat sexual partners, a colorful New York lawyer provided an aftershock.
Trump Was Told of Schneiderman Abuse Years Ago, Lawyer Says

Trump Was Told of Schneiderman Abuse Years Ago, Lawyer Says

A lawyer says information about the women might be found in files the FBI seized last month from Michael Cohen and should be kept under seal.
Here Are Some Contenders for Next NY Attorney General

Here Are Some Contenders for Next NY Attorney General

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Schneiderman Leaves Behind a Stack of High-Profile Litigation

Schneiderman Leaves Behind a Stack of High-Profile Litigation

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman leaves behind a massive caseload of high-profile litigation and investigations when he steps down Tuesday, amid allegations he physically abused four women.
Underwood Becomes New York Attorney General After Trailblazing Legal Career

Underwood Becomes New York Attorney General After Trailblazing Legal Career

Barbara Underwood’s career has been one of firsts: She was first in her law school class and the first woman to serve as U.S. solicitor general, and she is now the first woman to be New York’s
Schneiderman Was Investigating the Manhattan D.A. Now the Tables Have Turned

Schneiderman Was Investigating the Manhattan D.A. Now the Tables Have Turned

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is accused of physically abusing several women.
Schneiderman Faces Criminal Probe After Women Say He Assaulted Them
NY Attorney General Schneiderman Resigns

NY Attorney General Schneiderman Resigns

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Four Women Accuse New York Attorney General of Physical Abuse

Four Women Accuse New York Attorney General of Physical Abuse

New York (AP) -- New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, who had taken on high-profile roles as an advocate for women's issues and an antagonist to the policies of President Donald Trump,
Court Blocks Trump Effort to Delay Boost in ‘Gas Guzzler’ Fines

Court Blocks Trump Effort to Delay Boost in ‘Gas Guzzler’ Fines

Automakers will face steeper penalties if they fall short of annual U.S. fuel economy targets after a federal court blocked a Trump administration move to delay a scheduled increase in the fines,
States, Cities Sue U.S. Government Over Census Question

States, Cities Sue U.S. Government Over Census Question

Seventeen states, the District of Columbia and six cities sued the U.S. government Tuesday, saying a plan to add a citizenship demand to the census questionnaire is unconstitutional.
Lawsuit Against Trump’s DACA Policy Can Proceed, Judge Says

Lawsuit Against Trump’s DACA Policy Can Proceed, Judge Says

President Donald Trump’s administration must defend a lawsuit targeting his plan to end a program offering protection from deportation for hundreds of thousands of children of undocumented immigrants.
Facebook Crisis Reignites Washington’s Scrutiny of Social Networks

Facebook Crisis Reignites Washington’s Scrutiny of Social Networks

Facebook is struggling to respond to growing demands from Washington to explain how the personal data of millions of its users could be exploited by a consulting firm that helped Donald Trump win the
Facebook Draws Scrutiny From FTC, Congressional Committees

Facebook Draws Scrutiny From FTC, Congressional Committees

Facebook is drawing scrutiny from the main U.S. privacy watchdog and half a dozen powerful congressional committees over how the personal data of 50 million users was obtained by a data analytics firm
N.Y. Attorney General to Meet With Tenants About Kushner Report

N.Y. Attorney General to Meet With Tenants About Kushner Report

New York’s top cop plans to meet with tenant representatives to discuss a report by a housing watchdog group that claims Jared Kushner’s family real-estate firm under-reported the number of