“The actions in question go against who we are in the department, how we train and the expectations we have for our officers,” Harteau said. “These were the actions and judgment of one individual.”
On Thursday, less than 24 hours after announcing he’d be undergoing treatment for glioblastoma, McCain promised — warned, really — that he won’t be gone for long
The White House was quick to insist that the president “has confidence” in Sessions. However, the episode underscored how the attorney general’s crime-fighting agenda is being overshadowed by his fractured relationship with Trump and the continuing investigations into allegations of Russian ties to the Republican candidate’s presidential campaign
“Dealing with this issue is what’s right for the country,” said Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky. He added, “It was certainly never going to be easy, but we’ve come a long way and I look forward to continuing our work together to finally bring relief.”
WASHINGTON | President Donald Trump’s legal team is evaluating potential conflicts of interest among members of special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigative team, according to three people with knowledge of the matter. The revelation comes as Mueller’s probe into Russia’s election meddling appears likely to include some of the Trump family’s business ties. Attorney Jay Sekulow, […]
“Thank you, thank you, thank you,” he said quietly as he buried his head on his chest with relief.
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“I’ve done my time. I’ve done it as well and respectfully as I think anybody can,” said O.J Simpson
An advisory committee that President Donald Trump created to examine the integrity of U.S. voting systems held its first meeting Wednesday. And its vice chairman, Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, said afterward that “we may never know” whether Trump’s rival, Democrat Hillary Clinton, won the popular vote through voter fraud.
“Enhanced screening measures are in effect,” read an alert on the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority’s website. It said that passengers flagged randomly for additional screening will be asked to remove electronic devices from protective cases for inspection, and possibly show they can be powered on.