Stone, who spoke about the previously unreported incident in exclusive interviews with The Washington Post, says the man, who called himself Henry Greenberg, offered damaging information about Hillary Clinton in exchange for $2 million during a brief sit-down in Florida in late May 2016. The meeting has resurfaced as part of special counsel Robert S. Mueller III’s sprawling investigation of Russian interference.
In the counties where voters flipped from Barack Obama to Donald Trump, candidates search for a compelling message. It’s not an easy task: “We don’t know how those no-party voters feel,” one expert said.
Charlotte School of Law’s collapse led to one last bit of legal education as hundreds of students filed lawsuits against the school, alleging that it concealed the problems that led to the loss of its accreditation and deceived them into taking on huge debts to attend a floundering school.
The Democratic lawmakers chose Father’s Day for a trip to the southern Texas border to draw attention to the plight of divided families. One lawmaker estimated that there were 100 children under the age of 6 at the facility.
The U.S.-educated Duque has pledged to ramp up the drug war and push for controversial changes in the historic peace accord with leftist guerrillas. U.S. officials see him as a reliable partner who may bring back forced coca eradication with aerial spraying, which has been banned since 2015 because of its health risks.
Students and recent graduates of Florida’s Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School joined survivors of urban violence in the South Side of Chicago to launch the March for Our Lives activists’ 20-state summer bus tour with a drive to register young voters and encourage them to go to the polls.
Sen. Tim Kaine attacked his challenger in a speech before more than 1,000 cheering Democrats in Richmond. Stewart, who just secured the GOP nomination, called on his critics to “find one racist thing I’ve ever said.”