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Russia probe chief Comey's friend, his staff Hillary supporters: Trump 23.6.2017 News
When George W. Bush was president, Mueller and Comey worked together
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Obama’s secret struggle to punish Russia for Putin’s election assault 23.6.2017 Washington Post
Obama’s secret struggle to punish Russia for Putin’s election assault
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Ecuador foreign minister says UK wants a solution to Assange standoff 23.6.2017 Zee News : World
A British court issued an arrest warrant for Assange when he failed to surrender to the court on June 29, 2012, and the Metropolitan Police Service is compelled to execute that warrant, the London police said in May. 
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The Price that Julian Assange Pays 21.6.2017 ConsortiumNews.com
People who challenge power are often viewed by their supporters as more icons than human beings thus missing the personal costs of their actions, a reality that Julian Assange’s mother revealed to Randy Credico and Dennis J Bernstein. By Randy…Read more →
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Pamela Anderson brands Theresa May worst Prime Minister 19.6.2017 Cinema-Showbiz
Actress Pamela Anderson has called Theresa May the "worst Prime Minister in living memory".
Is Reality Winner A Leaker, A Whistleblower Or Something Else? 9.6.2017 Politics on HuffingtonPost.com
What should we call Reality Winner, the 25-year-old low-level employee for a government contractor who allegedly mailed secret intelligence files to a news organization? To federal prosecutors, she’s a criminal leaker, while others, like WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange , have lionized her as a whistleblower in need of support. What’s the difference?  The answer isn’t cut and dry, yet it carries huge legal consequence. Federal laws protect whistleblowers who provide evidence of government wrongdoing. But they must share the sensitive information through specific official channels to avoid arrest or reprisals at work.  Leakers, on the other hand, can become targets for prosecution for mishandling classified information. Not all leak are crimes, however. Sharing unclassified materials — such as former FBI Director James Comey did with some of his memos about his private conversations with President Donald Trump — is not illegal, experts say.  Reality Winner is a leaker, according to the U.S. Attorney’s ...
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All you need to know about Trump, Comey and allegations of Russian interference 8.6.2017 Hindu: International
Trump's business interests in Russia predate his run for office, and offer a good starting point to gain further insight into the veracity of claims regarding his proximity to the powers that be in Moscow.
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The Simple Case Against Trump 8.6.2017 American Prospect
Angelo Carconi/ANSA via AP President Donald Trump boards the Air Force One to Brussels at the end of a two-day visit to Italy.  A simple but seldom asked question may prove surprisingly central to the Russia investigation that’s consuming Capitol Hill this week: Did Donald Trump violate the campaign-finance laws? The case that Trump and his team broke the rules that ban foreign involvement in American elections is “more or less hiding in plain sight,” argues Democratic election lawyer Bob Bauer in a recent analysis . For all the speculation swirling around whether Trump team members met with foreign officials, notes Bauer, Trump’s own public statements may already put him on precarious legal territory. Campaign-finance laws are explicit that foreign actors may not donate money or any “other thing of value” in connection with American elections, a rule that on its face appears to have been broken. U.S. intelligence officials have already concluded that the Russian government hacked and leaked Democratic ...
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Timeline of Russia Investigation 8.6.2017 FactCheck

Key moments in the FBI probe of Russia's efforts to influence the 2016 presidential election

The post Timeline of Russia Investigation appeared first on FactCheck.org.

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Trump Administration Follows Obama Template In Targeting Journalists’ Sources 7.6.2017 Politics on HuffingtonPost.com
The announcement of charges Monday against a federal contractor for allegedly leaking a top secret National Security Agency document to a news website is giving journalists flashbacks to leaker prosecutions under President Barack Obama . The charges,  tweeted  New York Times reporter Scott Shane, followed “the precedent of Obama, whose administration set the record for leak prosecutions.” Adam Goldman, a Times colleague who had his phone records secretly seized  during a 2012 leak investigation, asked whether President Donald Trump would top the number of leak prosecutions set during the previous administration. First Amendment attorney James Goodale believes so. “I suspect the Trump administration will surpass the record set by Obama for his eight years,” Goodale, who represented The New York Times against the Nixon administration in the landmark Pentagon Papers case , told HuffPost.   Ever since Trump won the Republican nomination for president, journalists have feared he would not just continue the ...
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George Clooney and wife Amal welcome twins Ella and Alexander 6.6.2017 LA Times: Commentary
Hiding the Ugly Business of Torture 3.6.2017 ConsortiumNews.com
Exclusive: A grisly feature of the “war on terror” was America’s descent into torture, but the powers-that-be have decided that the common folk shouldn’t worry their little heads about this ugliness, reports ex-CIA analyst Ray McGovern. By Ray McGovern So,…Read more →
Sean Hannity whines: Why aren't liberals defending me? 2.6.2017 Washington Post: Op-Eds
Sean Hannity whines: Why aren't liberals defending me?
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Lawmakers are baffled that immigration is getting a short shrift in Washington 2.6.2017 Washington Post
Many believed immigration would be among President Trump's first issues of concern given that one of his central promises was building a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border.
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The Guardian: UK's Nigel Farage 'Person Of Interest' In FBI Russia Investigation 1.6.2017 Politics on HuffingtonPost.com
LONDON, June 1 (Reuters) - Brexit campaigner Nigel Farage is a “person of interest” in the U.S. investigation into possible collusion between Russia and Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, the Guardian reported on Thursday citing unidentified sources. The London-based newspaper said Farage had not been accused of wrongdoing and was not a suspect or target of the U.S. investigation. But it said he was “right in the middle” of the relationships being looked at. The newspaper said the former leader of the UK Independence Party had “raised the interest” of FBI investigators due to his connections with Trump and Julian Assange’s Wikileaks, which published leaked emails from the Democratic National Committee during the campaign. Farage said on Twitter it had taken him a long time to read the Guardian article because he was “laughing so much at this fake news.” “This hysterical attempt to associate me with the (Vladimir) Putin regime is a result of the liberal elite being unable to accept Brexit and Trump,” ...
Hacker, Banker, Soldier, Spy: A Guide to the Key Players in the Trump-Russia Scandal 1.6.2017 Mother Jones
Noma Bar Keeping track of the relentless news on the widening Trump-Russia investigation—from revelations about the president's inner circle to the role of Russian oligarchs and other assorted players—isn't easy. As part of our project to cover this scandal, we've assembled dossiers on the sprawling cast of characters who populate this stranger-than-fiction controversy threatening to engulf the presidency. We'll be adding to and updating these, so check back regularly. Donald Trump Despite his claims to the contrary, the president's ties to Russia are long, deep, and, above all, mysterious. In the 1980s, before the Soviet bloc crumbled, Trump was already trying to get a foothold behind the Iron Curtain. Since then, he has on at least three occasions announced plans to build a Trump Tower in Moscow in partnership with various power players and oligarchs. Before his campaign came under investigation by the FBI and assorted congressional committees, the mogul happily touted his Russian dealings: "I've done ...
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Hacks, Leaks, and Tweets: Everything We Now Know About the Attack on the 2016 Election 30.5.2017 Mother Jones
The drumbeat of revelations over the past several weeks has been overwhelming. So we've created this timeline—from the hacking of the Democratic National Committee through the aftermath of Trump's firing of FBI Director James Comey—to help you follow this scandal threatening the presidency. April 2016: The Democratic National Committee contacts the FBI about suspicious computer activity and hires cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike, which ties the hacking to Russian intelligence. June 15: Guccifer 2.0, a persona later connected to the Russians, takes credit for the DNC hack and begins posting documents. Mary Altaffer/AP July 5: FBI Director James Comey announces the bureau found no evidence to support criminal charges against Hillary Clinton for her use of a private email server as secretary of state. But he adds that Clinton and her staff were "extremely careless" in their handling of classified information. Donald Trump tweets, "No charges. Wow! #RiggedSystem." July 22: Three days before the Democratic ...
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Ecuador's President tells WikiLeaks founder not to meddle in politics 30.5.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Ecuadorian President Lenin Moreno has urged WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange not to intervene in the country's politics.
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Ecuadorean president calls WikiLeaks founder a hacker 30.5.2017 Washington Post: World
Ecuadorean President Lenin Moreno is calling WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange a hacker.
The Meaning of Assange’s Persecution 29.5.2017 ConsortiumNews.com
Exclusive: The long legal ordeal of Julian Assange – and the continuing threats against the WikiLeaks founder – make a mockery of the West’s supposed commitment to press freedom and the public’s right to know, as Marjorie Cohn explains. By…Read more →
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