U.S. court denies Trump administration bid to resume federal executions
A U.S. appeals court on Monday denied the Justice Department's request to overturn a lower court decision that temporarily stalled plans by President Donald Trump's administration to resume executions of prisoners convicted of certain federal crimes after a 16-year hiatus.
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Trump Pardons Michael Flynn
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Trump plans to pardon Michael Flynn: source
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