Giuliani wants 'full and complete' investigation into Russia probe's origins

  1. Giuliani wants ‘full and complete’ investigation into Russia probe’s origins  The Hill
  2. Rudy Giuliani Renews Calls for Justice Department to Investigate Russia Probe  Wall Street Journal
  3. Giuliani: Trump may pardon Manafort after Mueller probe  AL.com
  4. Trump Admits To Authorizing Stormy Daniels Payoff, Denies Sexual Encounter  NPR
  5. Giuliani suggests Trump may pardon Manafort after Mueller’s probe  Washington Post
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Trump lawyer calls for inquiry on Mueller's Russia probe

Trump lawyer calls for inquiry on Mueller's Russia probeDonald Trump’s personal lawyer on Sunday called for an investigation into special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe, claiming it was tainted from the outset under former FBI director James Comey. Giuliani’s comments were the latest in a barrage of attacks on the probe by the president and his lawyers as Mueller appears to be nearing a conclusion to his investigation into possible collusion between Trump’s campaign and Moscow.


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Vietnam launches probe into American detained for 'public disorder'

Vietnam launches probe into American detained for 'public disorder'Vietnam police have launched a formal criminal investigation into an American man who was among dozens arrested last week during rare protests that erupted across the authoritarian state. American citizen William Anh Nguyen, 32, was detained in Ho Chi Minh City on Sunday during a massive rally protesting a government proposal to grant lengthy land leases in new special economic zones. Many protesters expressed fear the land would be handed to China, and thousands gathered in several cities across the country to demand the government not lease land to Beijing for “even one day”.


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Report Condemns FBI Violations In 2016 Clinton Probe But Finds No Political Bias

  1. Report Condemns FBI Violations In 2016 Clinton Probe But Finds No Political Bias  NPR
  2. FBI’s decisions not politically motivated but agent actions hurt reputation: DOJ watchdog  ABC News
  3. DOJ watchdog: Comey used personal email to conduct FBI business  The Hill
  4. Comey Was ‘Insubordinate’ in Clinton Probe, Inspector General Finds  Bloomberg
  5. DOJ Inspector General report on handling of Clinton email probe released — live updates  CBS News
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Comey Broke From FBI Procedures in Clinton Probe, Watchdog Finds

  1. Comey Broke From FBI Procedures in Clinton Probe, Watchdog Finds  Bloomberg
  2. Report Expected To Condemn FBI Violations In 2016 Clinton Email Investigation  NPR
  3. What to watch for in IG report on Justice, FBI, Clinton emails  The Hill
  4. DOJ watchdog finds James Comey defied authority as FBI director, sources say  ABC News
  5. DOJ Watchdog’s Clinton Report Expected to Reignite Battle Over FBI Probes  Wall Street Journal
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Senate Intelligence aide pleads not guilty to lying in leak probe

  1. Senate Intelligence aide pleads not guilty to lying in leak probe  Politico
  2. Ex-Senate staffer James Wolfe wants to gag ‘glib’ President Trump  NBCNews.com
  3. James Wolfe, former Senate Intelligence staffer, pleads not guilty  CBS News
  4. Senate Ex-Staffer Pleads Not Guilty to Charge of Lying to FBI in Leaks Probe  Wall Street Journal
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Senate intelligence aide charged in US leak probe pleads not guilty in District federal court

  1. Senate intelligence aide charged in US leak probe pleads not guilty in District federal court  Washington Post
  2. New York Times investigating Ali Watkins’ involvement with official charged with lying to FBI in leak probe  Philly.com
  3. Senate Ex-Staffer Pleads Not Guilty to Charge of Lying to FBI in Leaks Probe  Wall Street Journal
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UAW's new leader faces contract talks, federal probe

UAW's new leader faces contract talks, federal probeThe union that represents factory workers at the Detroit Three automakers was due to elect a new leader on Wednesday ahead of tough 2019 contract talks likely to coincide with declining U.S. sales of new vehicles. United Auto Workers officials gathered in Detroit were expected to elect Gary Jones, director of the union’s Region 5 covering 17 western and southwestern states, to a four-year term as the union’s next president. Jones will have to lead the once powerful union through an expanding U.S. Justice Department investigation into alleged misspending at UAW union training centers, as well as contract negotiations next year with General Motors Co, Ford Motor Co and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV.


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