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Manhattan DA says news reports indicate Trump could face tax fraud charges
Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance on Monday said President Donald Trump could face charges including tax fraud based on ...
Hannibal fatal DWI: a driver’s wild dash and a rescue effort to save students; ‘Hang on, man’
It's not the first DWI for Christopher Rogers, 29, of Granby, who was charged with second-degree vehicular manslaughter and ...
Hurricane Teddy heads for Atlantic Canada
After passing Bermuda a day prior, powerful Hurricane Teddy was heading for Atlantic Canada on Tuesday, producing potentially ...
Woman suspected of sending ricin-filled envelope to White House to appear in court
A woman arrested by U.S. authorities on suspicion of sending a ricin-filled envelope to the White House and to five other ...
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Trump's front-runners for the Supreme Court create concern for employee, consumer advocates
Trump’s judicial nominations have typically narrowed consumer protections, restricted the rights of employees and unions, ...
ICE detainee alleges officers beat him after he refused to comply with illegal deportation
An Immigration and Customs Enforcement detainee claims that three agents attempted to deport him despite an order preventing ...
Manhattan district attorney seeking Trump’s taxes cites ‘mountain’ of allegations
The Manhattan district attorney’s office told a federal appeals court Monday that its quest to gain access to President Trump ...
The Boston Globe
5 details from interviews with Dulos investigators
In interviews with CT Insider, the two lead investigators in the Jennifer Dulos homicide have provided new information in the ...
New York City police officer spied on fellow Tibetans for China, prosecutors charge
A New York City police officer was arrested on a federal criminal complaint charging him with acting as an illegal agent of ...
Mueller’s Team Should Have Done More to Investigate Trump-Russia Links, Top Aide Says
A new book by one of the special counsel’s top deputies, Andrew Weissmann, is the first inside account of the investigation.
New York Times
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