As Bharara questions DC integrity, U.S. Attorney's Office undermines FOIA by withholding records of Bharara's speeches

As Bharara questions DC integrity, U.S. Attorney's Office undermines FOIA by withholding records of Bharara's speeches

Former U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara has publicly questioned the integrity of the President Donald Trump and senior U.S. Department of Justice officials, even as the U.S. Department of Justice appears to be violating the Freedom of Information Act in order to keep secret records of former U.S. Attorney Bharara's speeches.

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DOJ mum about which U.S. Attorney's Office is partnering with FBI on Russia-Trump investigation

DOJ mum about which U.S. Attorney's Office is partnering with FBI on Russia-Trump investigation

After FBI Director James Comey confirmed that there is an existing investigation into alleged Russia-Trump ties, the U.S. Department of Justice is mum about which U.S. Attorney's Office is partnering with the FBI on the investigation.

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Clinton Global Initiative to close, despite fewer conflicts due to Hillary Clinton's electoral loss

Clinton Global Initiative to close, despite fewer conflicts due to Hillary Clinton's electoral loss

The Clinton Foundation is moving forward to close the Clinton Global Initiative months after press reports acknowledged a Federal investigation, despite former First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton's electoral loss that now unencumbers foundation activities.

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Once the target of DOJ investigations, Point72 hedge fund manager now helping to shape Trump's DOJ : report

Once the target of DOJ investigations, Point72 hedge fund manager now helping to shape Trump's DOJ : report

Keven O'Connor, the general counsel for the hedge fund management company owned by Steven A. Cohen, the chief nemesis of U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara, is reportedly picking appointments that President-elect Donald Trump's transition team will recommend for the U.S. Department of Justice.

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WikiLeaks e-mail shows Christine Quinn checked with Clinton Campaign prior to interview about marriage equality

WikiLeaks e-mail shows Christine Quinn checked with Clinton Campaign prior to interview about marriage equality

An e-mail published by WikiLeaks shows that former New York City Council Speaker Christine Quinn checked with operatives with the presidential campaign of former First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton prior to conducting an interview with POLITICO about Mrs. Clinton's record on marriage equality.

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DOCUMENT DROP : Judicial screening panel members indicate they may electorally support Justice Doris Ling-Cohan after all

DOCUMENT DROP : Judicial screening panel members indicate they may electorally support Justice Doris Ling-Cohan after all

Progress Queens obtained a copy of the letter sent by 15 out of 22 members of the judicial screening panel of the Manhattan Democratic County Committee in support of the reëlection of the Hon. New York State Supreme Court Justice Doris Ling-Cohan.

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An advocate for judicial independence, Bharara remains mum about Democrats' efforts to unseat independent judges

An advocate for judicial independence, Bharara remains mum about Democrats' efforts to unseat independent judges

U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara, a strong advocate for judicial independence, has remained mum as Democratic Party committees from Manhattan and Brooklyn have sought to unseat independent New York State Supreme Court justices.

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Twitter, Facebook users encounter problems posting about WikiLeaks' release of DNC emails

Twitter, Facebook users encounter problems posting about WikiLeaks' release of DNC emails

Messages shared by social media network users indicated difficulties and challenges with sharing posts about the release by WikiLeaks of 20,000 emails belonging to the Democratic National Committee.

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