The decision in the bank- and tax-fraud case against former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort comes after Judge T.S. Ellis III denied a defense motion to acquit Manafort as his lawyers argued the special counsel had failed to prove its case.
A campaign official alleged that the former White House aide who just published a tell-all book has broken a 2016 confidentiality agreement.
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.
The Morandi Bridge in Genoa. (Video: Reuters; photo: Getty Images)
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. Italy’s transportation minister called it “an immense tragedy.”
Peter Strzok was at the center of the bureau’s biggest cases until investigators found politically charged messages on his phone. His termination might serve to fuel the partisan inferno surrounding the FBI and its work on the Russia probe.
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Nebraska included the synthetic painkiller — which has been a driving force behind the country's opioid epidemic — as part of a four-drug combination to carry out the death sentence of Carey Dean Moore.
The forecast warns of an increased risk of heat extremes and a major heat event somewhere in the Earth’s oceans, similar to those that have triggered large die-offs of coral reefs across the tropics.
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.
Two major Midwest swing states will pick their nominees for the midterm elections, as will two deep-blue states where Republicans like their chances at electing or reelecting center-right governors.
The former Marine, who was attending Georgetown Law School, traveled to the war-torn country in May 2012. His family and the U.S. government believe he is still alive.
“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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