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Trump's election to the Attorney Board warns Mueller's obstruction request "deadly misunderstood" in memo to DOJ

The fact that Barr weighed up on such a sensitive issue and would be ready to monitor Mueller's work if they were confirmed as Minister of Justice, undoubtedly now, his appointment will lead to greater controversies. Barr has not shunned from defending Trump's burn by Comey, but June 8 memo – first reported by the Wall Street Journal and provided …

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GoFundMe for Trump's border wall is raised over $ 1M in just 3 days

A supporter of President Trump's roadmap has launched a GoFundMe to help pay for the project – and the fund skyrocketed to almost $ 2 million on Wednesday night after living for just three days. Brian Kolfage, a Trump voter and unmanaged war veteran in Iraq without any association with the administration, wrote that he put up the page because …

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3 Kansas legislators change from Republic to Democrat

In separate Facebook posts, the state reported rep. Stephanie Clayton and the State Sen Dinah Sykes that they would now act as Democrats in the state legislature. Last Wednesday, Kansas State Sen. Barbara Bollier announced that she would leave the Republican party and would come back in 2019 as a democrat. "Kansas House and Senate leaders have now stated that …

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Yemeni mother comes to the United States to see her dying son

The US government department granted Shaima Swileh a visa this week after spending more than two months apart from her young son, Abdullah. She saw him no later than October 1 when her husband, Ali Hassan, 22, fled him to the United States for treatment of a genetic brain relationship. Abdullah is the only child of the couple. Hassan and …

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The GoFundMe Frontier Campaign aims at one billion (at least)

Mexico and US border crossing to San Diego County from Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico. Guillermo Arias / AFP / Getty Images President Donald Trump has repeatedly threatened to shut the government over funding for its border. But when the issue of money for his campaign proposal again goes to Congress, a man believes that he may have found a solution: …

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Washington Post: Mueller requested Roger Stone's testimony about the House Intel panel

The move would dramatically increase the legal efforts of Stone, who has encountered increased scrutiny in the special investigation and would propose increased interest in federal prosecutors in one of President Donald Trump's closest allies. It would also happen before the democrats took power in January, with the committee's future president, Rep. Adam Schiff in California, promising to give Mueller …

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Sully, President Bush's service dog, train for work at Walter Reed

Sully, former president George H.W. Bush's service dog has temporarily moved back to his birthplace before heading to the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center next year. The 2-year service dog, who captured the hearts of the Americans after the 41st president died last month, was welcomed back with open arms and an applause round by American VetDogs on Wednesday. …

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San Francisco mayor is trying to get brother, a convicted killer, out of lockup 20 years early

Mayor London Breed sent a letter to the outgoing gov. Jerry Brown at the end of October, asking him to "consider favorability" and commute the meaning of Napoleon Brown, who struggled with drugs from a young age, reported the San Francisco Chronicle Wednesday. (Getty) San Francisco Mayor London Breed sent a letter to retirement governor Jerry Brown in late October …

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The Rancorous House probe by the FBI and Justice Department ends silently with the interview of Loretta Lynch

A house survey of how the FBI and the Justice Department conducted probes of the alleged Russian band of Trump campaign and Hillary Clinton's emails are fizzling to the nearest legislators interviewed their last scheduled witness Wednesday and have no obvious plans to release a comprehensive report of their findings. Former Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch met behind closed doors …

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