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Former Trump campaign chief Paul Manafort demands investigation of report FBI wiretapped him

2 days agoNews : USAToday: News

President Trump's former campaign chairman wants the Justice Department to investigate a report that he was the subject of secret FBI wiretaps.        

Alabama Senate Candidate Roy Moore Uses Racist Terms In Campaign Speech

In a speech recorded on camera, the former chief justice of the state's highest court mentioned the terms “reds and yellows” — racial slurs that likely referred to Native Americans and Asian Americans

Kenya's chief justice condemns threats against judiciary

Kenya's chief justice on Tuesday hit out at political leaders and their supporters over a wave of threats against his court, which annulled last month's presidential election over widespread irregularities. Scores of supporters of President...Show More Summary

U.S. Justice Department opens criminal investigation into Equifax stock sales

4 days agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Three high-ranking Equifax executives are being investigated for selling shares of Equifax shortly after the company was hacked, but long before Equifax admitted it had been hacked. They are Equifax Chief Financial Officer John Gamble, President of U.S. Show More Summary

The Justice Department Is Investigating Equifax Officials Who Dumped Stock for Possible Insider Trading

The US Department of Justice has reportedly opened a criminal investigation into three top Equifax officials for possible insider trading, two sources tell Bloomberg. The three officials—Chief Financial Officer John Gamble, President of U.S. Show More Summary

Congressman backs Moore in tight Alabama GOP Senate runoff

Former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore on Saturday picked up the endorsement of Rep. Mo Brooks — who finished third in Alabama's Republican Senate primary — as he heads to a runoff with Sen. Luther Strange. Continue reading ? The post Congressman backs Moore in tight Alabama GOP Senate runoff appeared first on PBS NewsHour.

John Roberts to help celebrate Mississippi's birthday

The chief justice of the U.S. Supreme Court is coming to Mississippi to help the state celebrate its 200th birthday. John Roberts, who was appointed chief justice by former President … Click to Continue »

Sarah Palin jetting to Alabama to stump for crackpot 'Merica-hater Roy Moore

Alabama ex-Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore is a crackpot. He is anti-American, or at least anti-Constitution, and has twice now been booted from his position on the court for declarations that his own religious preferences supersede federal law, because he says so. Show More Summary

US chief justice taking part in Mississippi bicentennial

The chief justice of the U.S. Supreme Court is helping Mississippi mark the bicentennial of statehood and its judicial system. Justice John Roberts is scheduled to be in the state … Click to Continue »

Brazil prosecutor charges President Temer with corruption

last weekHumor / odd : The Sideshow

Brasília (AFP) - Brazil's chief prosecutor on Thursday charged President Michel Temer with obstruction of justice and leading a criminal group in the biggest climax yet to the country's ever-growing corruption scandal. Temer was accused along with six heavyweight political allies, said Prosecutor General Rodrigo Janot's office in a statement. Show More Summary

Brazil prosecutor files two corruption charges against Temer

Brazil's chief prosecutor on Thursday charged President Michel Temer with obstruction of justice and leading a criminal group. Temer was accused along with six heavyweight political allies, a statement from Prosecutor General Rodrigo Janot's office said. Show More Summary

Senate Candidate Was On Radio Show With Pastor Who Said Gays Should Repent Or Die

A U.S. Senate candidate and former Alabama Supreme Court chief justice has repeatedly appeared on the radio show of a fiercely homophobic pastor who believes being gay is “worthy of death,” according to a new CNN report.

Department of Justice 'stops Senate from interviewing FBI officials' over Trump's Comey firing

last weekNews : The Newsroom

The Justice Department is reportedly blocking Senate investigators from speaking with FBI officials who may provide first-hand testimony about Donald Trump's firing of ex-FBI chief James Comey. It is the latest sign that Special Counsel Robert Mueller could be investigating the sacking as part of his Russia-related probe. Show More Summary

This Is How Much Senate Candidate Roy Moore Hates LGBT People

Alabama's fired former Supreme Court chief justice — and current candidate for U.S. Senate — thinks gay people are "disgusting."

Chiefs CB's cleats say 'Liberty' and 'Justice For All'

The cleats are part of an Adidas line that was introduced last month.        

Kenya election campaigns turn personal after court orders fresh polls

NAIROBI (Reuters) - The president calls the chief justice a cheat. A lawmaker denounces the head of the opposition as the devil and says he needs a whipping. The opposition leader accuses the president of making a public speech while drunk.

Alabama Senate candidates stump for votes over long weekend

Sen. Luther Strange and former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore spent Labor Day weekend trying to rally voters ahead of this month's critical GOP runoff for a U.S. Senate seat. … Click to Continue »

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