The lawyer for porn actress Stormy Daniels claimed that he was aware of more potentially incriminating recordings between President Donald Trump and his former lawyer, Michael Cohen. » Read More
Trump's own legal team decided to release a tape of Trump and Michael Cohen discussing a possible payment to a Playboy model, which had been deemed "privileged" in a federal court, a source with knowledge told CNBC. » Read More
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Davis told NBC that her lawyer told the special counsel she accepted the subpoena, while noting that "I don't have anything" to offer regarding "information on Russian collusion." » Read More
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Avenatti told CNBC on Friday: ”I know this is the tip of the iceberg." » Read More
Emotional distress is high among the children being separated from their families at the border, so many kids are being pressured into taking psychotropic drugs without approval from a parent or guardian to calm them down, ProPublica reports.
The former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen in recent weeks has distanced himself from the president, with tweets supporting U.S. intelligence agencies and the media, as well as criticizing Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.
Judge Brett Kavanaugh warned the government in 2011 court decision that if it wants to charge foreigners with violating laws about political contributions, then it must prove that those foreign nationals were aware of the laws being broken.
Being a Supreme Court justice is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. But it’s still a job, and a grueling one, at that. Here’s what it’s like being a Supreme Court justice.
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On Wednesday, the EU hit Google with a $5 billion fine, alleging the company had violated antitrust laws by bundling its apps like Chrome and Google Play with its Android operating system.
Members of the Arab minority have criticized the law as “racist and verging on apartheid,” according to Reuters.
Brent Thill of Jefferies says the European Union's $5 billion fine on Google for antitrust practices on its Android operating system are unlikely to have a "serious impact" on the company's overall operations.
Patrick Moorhead of Moor Insights & Strategy says the European Union's $5 billion fine on Google is unlikely to have a "big impact" in the long-term as long as the company's services remain competitive.
Meanwhile, a new poll shows that Kavanaugh's support from the public is narrower than usual for a Supreme Court nominee, another detail that could point to a tough confirmation process for the judge.
The developments come as Democrats look to at least hold the line in the Senate, where the GOP holds a slim 51-49 majority.
The European Union just hit Google with a record antitrust fine for abusing the dominance of its Android mobile operating system.
Mueller has asked U.S. District Court Judge T.S. Ellis to seal the court motions detailing the witnesses, filings show.
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.
Jim Cramer sits down with Bank of America Chairman and CEO Brian Moynihan, who outlines the U.S. economy's growth drivers.
Trump said Putin "offered to have the people working on the case come and work with their investigators with respect to the 12 people."