Butina is charged with conspiring to act as an agent of a foreign government. She is accused of conspiring with Russian agents to infiltrate a U.S. gun rights organization as part of "a covert Russian influence operation." » Read More
By: Brian Galle
U.S. authorities have arrested an alleged Russian spy, who is accused of illegally funneling Russian money into Donald Trump’s presidential campaign through the National Rifle Association. Brian Galle, a law professor who used to work for the Justice Department, explains what the consequences might be in The Conversation. » Read More
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Republicans who spent their Fourth of July in Russia to help Trump in advance of the Helsinki summit distanced themselves from the president's remarks.
The hotel-casino company said more than 2,500 victims have filed or threatened to file cases on the liability claims for death, injury and emotional distress.
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Trump said Putin "offered to have the people working on the case come and work with their investigators with respect to the 12 people."
The Russian leader may ask Trump to stay out of the conflict in Ukraine, to withdraw troops from eastern Syria, and to continue talks with North Korea.
The indictment revealed several new details about the breadth of the Russian influence campaign, including alleged discussions the Russian hackers allegedly had with a U.S. congressional candidate and a friendly journalist.
President Donald Trump, who has repeatedly called Mueller's probe a "witch hunt," was briefed on the case earlier in the week and "the president is fully aware of today's actions by the department, said Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.
Daniels was freed several hours after her arrest after posting $6,000 bail.
Prosecutors had quickly dropped charges against Daniels after she was accused by police of having had illegal physical contact with patrons of the Sirens strip club in Columbus during a performance.
Manafort, 69, was transferred Thursday to the Alexandria Detention Center in Alexandria, Virginia, where the Republican strategist's first of two scheduled federal criminal trials is due to start July 25.
Daniels' lawyer Michael Avenatti has scoffed at the charges, claiming they were politically motivated. Daniels has been on a tour of strip clubs nationwide after revelations that she was paid $130,000 in hush money by President Donald Trump's lawyer.
Daniels was charged after allegedly having physical contact with strip club patrons.
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Manafort is scheduled to go on trial July 25 in Virginia federal court for charges related to his work for a pro-Russia political party in Ukraine, but wants to postpone that trial until after another one in Washington, D.C.
A former QVC executive has been sentenced to 2.5 years in prison for costing the company more than $1 million in luxury living and goods, the Philadelphia Business Journal reports.
The House Ethics Committee, Ryan said, "investigates things that members do while they’re here, not things that happened a couple of decades ago when they weren’t in congress."