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Ken Starr Says If President Trump Fires Robert Mueller 'There Will Be Hell To Pay'

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Starr, the independent counsel while President Bill Clinton was in office, weighed in with Bloomberg.
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These Are the Questions Robert Mueller Can Finally Ask Paul Manafort

These Are the Questions Robert Mueller Can Finally Ask Paul Manafort

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Special Counsel Robert Mueller now has a chance to question one of the key figures who has eluded him so far in his Russia probe - former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort.
Manafort struck a plea deal Friday with prosecutors that requires him to "cooperate fully, truthfully, completely, and forthrightly" with investigators "in any and all matters as to which the government deems the cooperation relevant." That includes being fully debriefed by prosecutors, handing over any relevant documents, testifying at any proceedings and even participating in undercover activities.
Mueller is...
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WATCH: Manafort reaches plea deal in special counsel's investigation

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Paul Manafort pleaded guilty to charges that pre-date his involvement in the Trump campaign and is now cooperating with Robert Mueller's investigation.
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How Adam Schiff Can Investigate Trump Even If Mueller is Fired

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The possibility of President Donald Trump thwarting special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation has hung over the probe since the beginning. Countless articles have been written about Trump's ability to fire Mueller, or his boss Rod Rosenstein, or HIS boss Jeff Sessions. Doing any of these things would hurt Trump politically, and...
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Trump May Pardon Several Suspected War Criminals. These Are Their Stories

Trump May Pardon Several Suspected War Criminals. These Are Their Stories

Their alleged crimes include killing young children and burning bodies. Read more ...

U.S. Government Moves To Take Paul Manafort's Trump Tower Apartment

U.S. Government Moves To Take Paul Manafort's Trump Tower Apartment

The former Trump campaign chairman was convicted of tax evasion and conspiracy to obstruct justice. Read more ...

1,500 more U.S. troops headed to the Middle East

1,500 more U.S. troops headed to the Middle East

The Pentagon Friday approved the deployment of 1,500 more troops to the Middle East as tensions continue over threats to U.S. forces by Iran or its proxies, President Donald... Read more ...

Theresa May announces her resignation as prime minister and Conservative leader

Theresa May announces her resignation as prime minister and Conservative leader

Theresa May has announced her resignation as prime minister and Conservative Party leader. May was forced to quit after her attempt to bring forward the legislation to enact... Read more ...

The Feds May Come to Regret Charging Assange with Espionage

The Feds May Come to Regret Charging Assange with Espionage

The indictment of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange under the Espionage Act, announced Thursday , has the potential to trigger a First Amendment brawl the Department of Justice... Read more ...

Judge Blocks Trump Use Of Emergency Power To Build Border Barrier With...

Judge Blocks Trump Use Of Emergency Power To Build Border Barrier With Military Funds

Judge Haywood Gilliam in Northern California granted a preliminary injunction against moving $1 billion in Defense Department funds intended for anti-drug activities. Read more ...

Pompeo Cites Emergency to Push Arms Sale Through

Pompeo Cites Emergency to Push Arms Sale Through

The Trump administration on Friday invoked a rarely used provision in federal law to bypass congressional review of arms sales to Saudi Arabia, citing threats the kingdom faces... Read more ...

Judge temporarily blocks Mississippi 6-week abortion ban

Judge temporarily blocks Mississippi 6-week abortion ban

JACKSON, Miss. - A federal judge is temporarily blocking a Mississippi law that would ban most abortions once a fetal heartbeat is detected. U.S. District Judge Carlton Reeves... Read more ...

Trump says he feels 'badly' for Theresa May following her resignation

Trump says he feels 'badly' for Theresa May following her resignation

President Donald Trump said he feels “badly” for departing British Prime Minister Theresa May, who announced her resignation Friday. “I feel badly for Theresa, I like her very... Read more ...

Supreme Court Blocks Redrawing Of Ohio, Michigan Electoral Maps

Supreme Court Blocks Redrawing Of Ohio, Michigan Electoral Maps

The lower courts found that the electoral maps had been drawn to entrench the majority party in power in violation of the U.S. Constitution. Read more ...