Dozens of White House aides have signed nondisclosure agreements in exchange for working for President Trump, who has long relied on such agreements in his business career, according to current and former administration employees.
A dispute over an American pastor detained in Turkey has sparked the worst crisis between the NATO allies in decades and has contributed to the rapid decline of the Turkish currency.
Jurors may well be deliberating on the fate of Paul Manafort by the end of the day, depending on whether the former Trump campaign chairman presents a defense.
The collapsed Morandi Bridge in Genoa. (Reuters)
The collapsed Morandi Bridge in Genoa. (Reuters)
A 650-foot section of the Morandi Bridge fell onto an industrial section of Genoa, causing cars and huge chunks of concrete to fall several stories onto buildings.
A lawsuit filed on behalf of Justice, an 8-year-old American quarter horse, seeks at least $100,000 for veterinary care as well as damages “for pain and suffering.” The complaint is the latest bid in a quixotic quest to get courts to recognize animals as plaintiffs.
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President Trump’s attack gave the governor something his allies say he needs: a burst of national attention as he mulls whether to take on Trump and seek the party’s presidential nomination.
Three people were hurt when police said a man drove into security barriers. One person was arrested.
Legal challenges by some of the approximately 300 clergy named in the grand jury report have delayed the release of the document, which details 70 years of misconduct.
Strzok had helped lead the bureau’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election until officials discovered he had been sending the texts.
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The House minority leader made an incendiary charge as she misquoted the top Republican in the Senate.
Lawyers are now arguing that the ability to read and write is key to unlocking other rights — voting, applying for jobs, writing letters to lawmakers — that federal courts have held sacred.
“It is one of the great ironies of all time that the Trump presidency has given us more books than ever before,” Trevor Noah said on “The Daily Show.”
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