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Attorney General William Barr Thinks ‘Spying Did Occur’ on Trump Campaign

Attorney General William Barr Thinks ‘Spying Did Occur’ on Trump Campaign

The attorney general told lawmakers he would look into whether any “spying” on the Trump campaign was improper, and he hoped the redacted Mueller report would be released “next week.”
Trump mimics far right, calls Mueller probe a ‘coup’

Trump mimics far right, calls Mueller probe a ‘coup’

President Donald Trump escalated his rhetorical condemnation of the Mueller investigation Wednesday, calling it an “attempted coup,” the first time the president himself has used that specific — and
Attorney General William Barr Says He Thinks FBI Spied on Trump Campaign

Attorney General William Barr Says He Thinks FBI Spied on Trump Campaign

Barr told senators during a hearing Wednesday that he thinks that the Federal Bureau of Investigation did spy on the Trump campaign.
Barr Asserts Intelligence Agencies Spied on the Trump Campaign

Barr Asserts Intelligence Agencies Spied on the Trump Campaign

Attorney General William P. Barr testified on Wednesday before a Senate Appropriations subcommittee.
Barr Asserts Intelligence Agencies Spied on the Trump Campaign

Barr Asserts Intelligence Agencies Spied on the Trump Campaign

Attorney General William P. Barr testified on Wednesday before a Senate Appropriations subcommittee.
A former Obama aide will reportedly be charged as a result of Mueller investigation findings

A former Obama aide will reportedly be charged as a result of Mueller investigation findings

Former President Barack Obama's first White House counsel expects to be charged in connection with alleged crimes uncovered during special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation, according to
Barack Obama's Former White House Counsel Expects To Be Indicted on Federal Corruption Charges

Barack Obama's Former White House Counsel Expects To Be Indicted on Federal Corruption Charges

Former President Barack Obama's former White House counsel Greg Craig expects to be indicted on federal corruption charges over a scandal with Ukraine, his lawyers said Wednesday.

US charges Assange with conspiracy to commit computer hacking

The US Justice Department just officially charged Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange, shortly after he was removed from the Ecuador embassy in London and arrested by local police. The charge is
California Prosecutors: Michael Avenatti to be Indicted on 36 Counts

California Prosecutors: Michael Avenatti to be Indicted on 36 Counts

The Department of Justice and Internal Revenue Service will announce a 36-count grand jury indictment filing against disgraced television lawyer Michael Avenatti.
Thomas Drake vs. the N.S.A.

Thomas Drake vs. the N.S.A.

Jane Mayer on an N.S.A. whistle-blower’s prosecution under the Espionage Act.

Press Freedoms and the Case Against Julian Assange, Explained

A narrow indictment sidestepped long-running fears that bringing a case against the WikiLeaks founder could undermine press freedoms, but many questions remain.

Press Freedoms and the Case Against Julian Assange, Explained

A narrow indictment sidestepped long-running fears that bringing a case against the WikiLeaks founder could undermine press freedoms, but many questions remain.

Is Assange’s Arrest a Threat to the Free Press?

He deserves his fate, but it sets a dangerous precedent.
Lobbyist Gets Probation for Failing to Disclose Work for Pro-Russia Forces in Ukraine

Lobbyist Gets Probation for Failing to Disclose Work for Pro-Russia Forces in Ukraine

Samuel Patten pleaded guilty to violating the federal Foreign Agents Registration Act, which requires lobbyists for foreign interests to disclose their work to the Justice Department.
Lobbyist Gets Probation for Failing to Disclose Work for Pro-Russia Forces in Ukraine

Lobbyist Gets Probation for Failing to Disclose Work for Pro-Russia Forces in Ukraine

Samuel Patten pleaded guilty to violating the federal Foreign Agents Registration Act, which requires lobbyists for foreign interests to disclose their work to the Justice Department.
French Sec. of State Would Consider Asylum for Julian Assange

French Sec. of State Would Consider Asylum for Julian Assange

The government of France said Friday that it may be open to granting political asylum to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who was arrested at Ecuador's embassy in London on U.S. hacking charges
Gregory Craig Pleads Not Guilty to Lying to Justice Dept.

Gregory Craig Pleads Not Guilty to Lying to Justice Dept.

Gregory B. Craig was released on relatively unrestrictive terms and ordered not to travel outside the Washington metro area.
Justice Dept. Declines to Defend Law Against Female Circumcision, Citing Flaws

Justice Dept. Declines to Defend Law Against Female Circumcision, Citing Flaws

The Justice Department has decided to stop defending two laws on the books, a highly unusual move.
Emboldened by His Attorney General, Trump Confronts Mueller Report Head-On

Emboldened by His Attorney General, Trump Confronts Mueller Report Head-On

President Trump’s plan is to act as if the report itself is extraneous to his attorney general’s brief letter, aides said.
Emboldened by His Attorney General, Trump Confronts Mueller Report Head-On

Emboldened by His Attorney General, Trump Confronts Mueller Report Head-On

President Trump’s plan is to act as if the report itself is extraneous to his attorney general’s brief letter, aides said.