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Robert Mueller files 32 new fraud charges against ex-Trump aides

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More than 30 new charges, involving millions of dollars of bank and tax fraud, were filed on Thursday against Donald Trump’s former campaign manager, Paul Manafort, and his business partner. The 32 new charges were filed by Robert Mueller, the special prosecutor looking into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and a Russian intelligence operation Read More

Senior Trump adviser says Russian election meddling ‘beyond dispute’

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Trump-Russia investigation HR McMaster calls evidence incontrovertible in wake of latest US indictments against more than a dozen Russians Donald Trump’s national security adviser, HR McMaster, said on Saturday that Russian meddling in the 2016 election is “incontrovertible” and “beyond dispute” in the wake of new US indictments. McMaster spoke after Robert Mueller, the special Read More

Russia collusion inquiry faces a big 2018 – but will Trump let Mueller finish the job?

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From his starting point in May through the end of 2017, special counsel Robert Mueller indicted two former top aides to Donald Trump and made plea deals with two others, including the president’s former national security adviser. Mueller’s work is almost done, the White House says – but almost no one else thinks that. Mueller Read More

Trump-Russia: Republicans trying to kill off investigation, says Adam Schiff

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The senior Democrat in a congressional Trump-Russia investigation has said he fears Republicans are manoeuvring to kill off inquiries into Moscow’s interference in the 2016 US presidential election. “I’m increasingly worried Republicans will shut down the House intelligence committee investigation at the end of the month,” said Adam Schiff, who is the leading Democrat on Read More

Robert Mueller’s Russia inquiry is no witch-hunt, says deputy attorney general

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Deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein defended special counsel Robert Mueller on Wednesday and said he had seen no cause to fire him or received encouragement to do so. He also rejected Donald Trump’s characterization of the special counsel’s investigation as a witch-hunt. Rosenstein appeared before the House judiciary committee a day after the Justice Department Read More

Mueller’s investigation is closing in on Trump. Congress must protect him | Max Bergmann and Max Boot

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Mueller is coming. The investigation into Trump campaign coordination with Russia appears to be closing in on the president. The three indictments earlier this month of Trump campaign chairman, Paul Manafort; his deputy, Rick Gates; and foreign policy adviser George Papadopoulos show that Robert Mueller is inside Trump’s campaign. The indictment and plea agreement of Read More

A battle for public opinion: Trump goes to war over Mueller and Russia

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Illegitimate and corrupt. Using the FBI as a political weapon and America’s secret police. “Secret surveillance, wiretapping, intimidation, harassment and threats. It’s like the old KGB that comes for you in the dark of the night, banging through your door.” This is special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election, Read More

Airlines will get to keep hiding baggage fees, thanks to the Trump administration

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Until a few days ago, a rule proposed under the Obama administration would force airlines to tell you at every step what baggage fees they’re charging you. The idea could have ended the frustratingly common occurrence of booking a ticket thinking you got a deal, only to find out afterward that you’re going to have Read More

In this plot of Game of Thrones, AT&T should know better

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Long, long ago, when the internet was but a gleam in some futurist’s eye, people got all their phone service, and their telephones, from one company. It was called AT&T and as long as anyone could remember it had operated as a regulated monopoly with total control over communications service and technology in the U.S. Read More