The inquiry has consumed Washington for nearly two years and led to guilty pleas from former advisers to the president.
Lawmakers are looking to the special counsel’s findings to inform their investigations — and insist they will be satisfied with nothing short of a complete account of the results and the evidence that informed them.
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The president’s actions in office, including his firing of the FBI director, were scrutinized as possible obstructions of justice.
The 22-month-old inquiry has exposed numerous contacts between President Trump’s associates and Russians, and it has generated unpredictable ripple effects.
The group’s president, Richard Cohen, and its legal director, Rhonda Brownstein, resigned a little more than a week after the center’s co-founder and chief litigator, Morris Dees, was fired for unspecified misconduct.
About 1.8 million people had banking information and addresses revealed, and an additional 725,000 had just their addresses shared, a Homeland Security official said. The Federal Emergency Management Agency said it “provided more information than was necessary” while transferring data to a contractor.
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To some experts in online extremism, the celebration on the Internet message board 8chan of the New Zealand slaughter shows that the site warrants close monitoring and, when talk turns to violence, law-enforcement investigation and intervention.
President Trump’s move to forestall future sanctions represents salvage his nuclear negotiations with North Korea, even as national security adviser John Bolton and others push to increase punitive economic measures against the isolated regime of Kim Jong Un.
Goldman Sachs, one of the last bastions of bespoke-suited workplace attire, has loosened up. But a more casual dress code isn’t so simple for women and minorities who have been playing corporate catch-up for decades.
Bringing in basketball Hall of Famer Shaquille O’Neal as a brand “ambassador” could boost the company’s quest to win back customers, especially among minorities, marketing experts say.
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