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Japanese auto company Takata files for bankruptcy protection, to be bought by Sino-US firm

Japan's Takata Corp , at the centre of the auto industry's biggest-ever product recall, filed for bankruptcy protection in the United States and Japan, and said it had agreed to be largely acquired for..
DNA

Supreme Court Tosses Case On Cross-Border Shootings Back To Lower Court

The Supreme Court on Monday declined to decide on whether non-citizens have constitutional rights at the border, and ordered the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit to reconsider the question of..
Huffington Post

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News video: Trump Travel Ban Policies Reinstated By SCOTUS

Trump Travel Ban Policies Reinstated By SCOTUS 00:40

On Monday the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to reinstate much of President Donald Trump's travel ban before hearing the case this fall. The decision deals a partial victory to the administration. It has..
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News video: Takata Files For Bankruptcy

Takata Files For Bankruptcy 00:34

Takata Corp., the Japanese auto supply company whose airbags were blamed for killing at least 14 people around the world, filed for bankruptcy protection Sunday, saying it's selling almost all of its..
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News video: Supreme Court Last Day: Waiting for Trump Travel Ban Ruling

Supreme Court Last Day: Waiting for Trump Travel Ban Ruling 00:32

The U.S. Supreme Court heads into Monday, its last day of the current term, with two important questions so far unanswered: What's to become of President Donald Trump's travel ban and will 80-year-old..
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News video: Trump: Clinton 'Colluded' With Democratic Party To Beat 'Crazy Bernie'

Trump: Clinton 'Colluded' With Democratic Party To Beat 'Crazy Bernie' 00:56

President Trump slammed Hillary Clinton in a tweet on Sunday. President Trump slammed Hillary Clinton in a tweet on Sunday. He wrote, "Hillary Clinton colluded with the Democratic Party in order..
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News video: 'Hillary off the hook?’ No charges against Clinton over email use

'Hillary off the hook?’ No charges against Clinton over email use 03:11

US Attorney General Loretta Lynch said that the Justice Department’s investigation of Hillary Clinton’s storage of classified emails on a private server will be closed, according to AP. No criminal..
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Supreme Court partially reinstates Trump travel ban

The US Supreme Court today partially reinstated President Donald Trumps controversial travel ban targeting citizens from six predominantly Muslim countries, before examining the case in full this..
Deccan Herald

U.S. asks SCOTUS to take up fight over email privacy

The Justice Department is fighting back against a 2016 court ruling that determined American companies don't have to hand over customer data to U.S. police if it's stored on computers in another..
CNNMoney

Report: Democrats Are About to Hang for Debunked Trump Dossier

So many of you are triggered to the point of feverish insanity. What sort of subhuman will you become when Trump is vindicated from all Russian collusion claims and the DOJ starts tossing faggots into..
Zero Hedge

Russia Said To Recall Ambassador At Center of Trump Controversy: Report

russia said to recall ambassador at center of trump controversy: report
According to BuzzFeed, which cites three anonymous sources, Russia is reportedly recalling Ambassador Sergey Kislyak, the man who dared to do his job and talk to US politicians and visible public..
Zero Hedge

Report: Bernie and Jane Sanders Hire Lawyers in Probe Over $10M Loan to College

Sen. Bernie Sanders and his wife have hired lawyers amid a Justice Department investigation that the Vermont independent might have used his political influence to help Jane Sanders obtain a $10..
Newsmax

Sally Yates Rips Jeff Sessions' Defense For Harsher Criminal Sentences

Sally Yates, the former deputy attorney general who was fired by President Donald Trump in January, criticized Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ approach to fighting crime and accused him of distorting..
Huffington Post

Chaffetz: Justice watchdog also looking at Lynch's role in FBI's Clinton email probe

Utah GOP Rep. Jason Chaffetz, chairman of House oversight committee, said Saturday that the Justice Department’s inspector general’s office, in addition to a Senate panel, is looking into whether..
FOXNews.com

Trump administration opposing bid for syphilis study museum

(AP) — The Trump administration opposes a bid to use unclaimed money from a legal settlement over the government's infamous Tuskegee syphilis study to fund a museum honoring victims of the research..
SeattlePI.com Also reported by •Seattle Times

Mueller and Comey not as close as Trump and others suggest

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump and his associates are trying to draw attention to the relationship between special counsel Robert Mueller and former FBI Director James Comey. It appears..
Seattle Times

Sally Yates torches Jeff Sessions’ disturbing new plan to incarcerate low-level drug offenders

Former acting Attorney General Sally Yates says it’s time to “move past campaign-style rhetoric” on the issue of criminal justice system reform. Yates, was fired by President Donald Trump after..
Raw Story

Three key questions Sessions didn't answer

In his testimony before the Senate intelligence committee Tuesday, Attorney General Jeff Sessions declined to answer a number of key questions, citing Justice Department policy.
Christian Science Monitor

Justice Department, FBI seem at odds over budget

To hear McCabe describe it, Trump’s budget would require significant belt-tightening across the law enforcement agency.
Politico

Administration Explores Challenges to 'Sanctuary Cities'

The Justice Department is quietly exploring new legal theories to take on so-called sanctuary cities in court, working to force them to aid the Trump administration’s aggressive deportation effort.
Wall Street Journal

LI floral design business owners plead guilty in IRS case

The two owners of a Long Island floral design business pleaded guilty in federal court in Brooklyn on Friday to attempting to obstruct the IRS, the Justice Department said in a news release.
Newsday

Convicted felon Jack Abramoff registers to return to lobbying

Jack Abramoff, a high-profile American lobbyist who served four years in prison after pleading guilty to charges related to bribing U.S. government officials, has officially returned to lobbying,..
Raw Story Also reported by •Reuters

Jack Abramoff Sought Meeting With Trump for Congo's Leader

Former lobbyist Jack Abramoff unsuccessfully sought to arrange a meeting between the president of the Republic of the Congo and then-U.S. President-elect Donald Trump late last year, according to a..
Wall Street Journal


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