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DOJ Watchdog Caught in Political Crossfire Over Russia Report

The Justice Department’s internal watchdog told Congress on Wednesday that he is concerned that “so many basic and fundamental errors” were made by the FBI as it investigated ties between the Trump campaign and Russia. Michael Horowitz’s testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee comes two days after the release of a report that identified significant problems with applications to receive

  • Dec 10

    California Fines CVS $3.6 Million For Failing to Recycle

    California is fining the nation’s largest pharmacy health care provider a record $3.6 million for failing to redeem deposits on bottles and cans at some of its locations, regulators said Monday. The California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery, better known as CalRecycle, said its investigation found that 81 of CVS Pharmacy’s 848 retail stores in California refused to redeem…

  • impeachment Dec 11

    Democrats’ Impeachment Charges Say Trump ‘Betrayed’ US

    House Democrats are poised to unveil two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump. That’s according to two sources familiar with the discussions but unauthorized to discuss the proceedings and granted anonymity. One of the people says Democrats are expected to put forward one charge against the Republican president of abuse of power and another of obstruction of Congress. Democratic

  • Rossi Lorathio Adams II Dec 10

    Social Media Influencer Gets 14 Years in Prison for Plot to ‘Hijack’ Website at Gunpoint

    A 27-year-old social media influencer was sentenced to federal prison Monday for an armed plot to threaten a man in an effort to obtain a website domain name. Rossi Lorathio Adams II was found guilty for one count of conspiracy to interfere with commerce by force, threats, and violence, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District

  • Afghanistan Dec 10

    US Misled Public on Progress in Afghanistan War: Report

    The Washington Post reports that three White House administrations have misled the public about failures in the Afghanistan war, often suggesting success where it didn’t exist. Thousands of pages of documents obtained by The Post reveal deep frustrations about America’s conduct of the Afghanistan war, including the ever-changing U.S. strategy. The documents quote officials close to the 18-year war effort

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