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Sunday marks two years since President Donald Trump took office and promised to put "America first."
Special Counsel Robert Mueller's office issued a rare public rebuke of elements of a stunning report that alleged President Donald Trump directed his former legal counsel to lie in sworn Congressional testimony.
As the special counsel's investigation grows increasingly damaging to President Donald Trump's close associates, and possibly the president himself, it's worth looking at how Mueller obtains this crucial information in the first place.
If true, Schiff said, the allegations "would constitute both the subornation of perjury as well as obstruction of justice."
Bill Barr's answer to Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., went viral after a BuzzFeed report said that Trump had directed his then-personal lawyer Michael Cohen to lie to Congress about an aborted plan to build a Trump Tower in Moscow.
During confirmation hearings on Tuesday, Sen. Amy Klobuchar questions attorney general nominee Bill Barr over his definition of obstruction of justice.
BuzzFeed reported that Trump directed Cohen to lie to Congress about talks regarding a possible Trump Tower project in Moscow.
BuzzFeed's report that Trump directed Michael Cohen to lie to Congress about attempts to build a Trump Tower in Moscow cites two federal law enforcement officials involved in the investigation.
Giuliani's comments marked a dramatic shift away from the president's repeated claim of "no collusion."
BlackRock said that an unidentified party sent a hoax email disguised as annual letter from CEO Larry Fink.
The 31-page document — filed in Washington, D.C. federal court by FBI Special Agent Jeffrey Weiland — appears to detail a "variety of subject matters" Mueller had accused Manafort of lying about.
Rick Gates was a longtime business associate of former Trump campaign chief Paul Manafort, and testified against him last summer at Manafort's first federal criminal trial in Virginia.
Jose Munoz, who had been a contender as Nissan CEO, has resigned after the company put him on leave and reassigned him to work on an internal investigation.
Carlos Ghosn, the ousted Nissan Motor chairman, received about $8 million in pay in 2018 from a Netherlands-based entity jointly owned by Nissan and partner Mitsubishi Motors.
Federal investigators opened a probe into whether the president had been secretly working with Russia, The New York Times reported late Friday.
The last time the high court issued a ruling on a related matter was in 2016, when it held in Birchfield v. North Dakota that it was lawful for states to impose penalties on drunk-driving suspects who refused to take breath tests for blood alcohol level.