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New Manafort travel docs reveal closer ties to Russia: …

Paul Manafort had taken 18 trips to Moscow and was in contact with Russian President Vladimir Putin’s allies for more than a decade before running President Trump’s 2016 election campaign, a new report said Thursday. Manafort, who was indicted by a federal grand jury last month on 12 counts including conspiracy against the United States, had also taken at least 19 trips to Kiev to work with a pro-Kremlin political faction before joining Trump’s team, McClatchy reported. The news outlet cited flight records they obtained from Ukrainian authorities as wellRead More


Court docs: Congressman Bob Brady under FBI scrutiny in…

Last Updated Nov 21, 2017 6:33 PM EST Rep. Robert Brady, D-Pennsylvania, is suspected of wrongdoing in the FBI’s investigation into payments his campaign allegedly made to his opponent in 2012 to encourage him to drop out of the race, according to an approved search warrant application filed in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.  Two political consultants have already been charged in the campaign finance probe involving Brady’s reelection campaign, but the recently unsealed search warrant application appears to be the first time Brady himselfRead More


Planned Parenthood docs requested from Senate by FBI, s…

Perry Chiaramonte The FBI recently made a request to the Senate Judiciary Committee for access to un-redacted comments obtained from Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers, a signal that the feds may be preparing a criminal probe into the sale of fetal tissue. The request was made to the same committee, whose chairman, Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), referred Planned Parenthood, along with other providers to the FBI for investigation last December, according to The Hill. The senator said at the time that the Judiciary Committee had discovered enough evidence that showsRead More


Google investigating rash of Google Docs lockouts

On Google+» Google was looking into why some people weren’t able to access documents stored on its Google Docs service Tuesday, the company said on Twitter. Messages posted to the service’s Twitter account said in replies to complaints that the company was investigaing the matter. On Twitter, journalists, students and writers expressed frustration at not being able to access their documents. Some said they were told that the documents violated Google’s terms of service. .@googledocs locked my editor out of a story we’ve been writing for two months. No explanation.Read More