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Feds Use James O’Keefe Video In Felony Trial Of Trump Inauguration Protesters

Conservative undercover journalist James O’Keefe’s organization produced a video of a protest planning meeting that was shown in court Tuesday. (Chip Somodevilla via Getty Images) More WASHINGTON ― A Justice Department prosecutor pursuing felony convictions for six of the hundreds of individuals arrested during President Donald Trump’s inauguration successfully introduced to a …

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CFPB row: Judge rules Trump pick to run US watchdog

Image copyright Reuters Image caption Leandra English took legal action after Mick Mulvaney was named as acting agency head A federal judge has sided with US President Donald Trump in a legal fight over who should run the country’s top financial watchdog agency. Mick Mulvaney will remain as the acting …

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AT&T and Time Warner say proposed merger is ‘pro-consumer’

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – AT&T Inc (T.N) and Time Warner Inc (TWX.N) argued on Tuesday that their proposed $85.4 billion merger was “pro-competitive” and “pro-consumer”, as they sought to refute U.S. Justice Department allegations that the deal breaks antitrust law. FILE PHOTO – The AT&T logo is pictured during the Forbes …

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Trump administration permits ENI to drill for oil off Alaska

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Eni US could begin work on oil exploration in federal waters off Alaska as soon as next month after the Trump administration on Tuesday approved permits for leases the company has held for a decade, the Interior Department said. The department’s Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement, …

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New York truck attack: Sayfullo Saipov pleads not guilty

Image copyright ST CHARLES COUNTY POLICE DEPT Image caption Sayfullo Saipov faces 22 murder and terrorism charges A man accused of killing eight people and injuring 12 after driving a truck into pedestrians in New York in October has pleaded not guilty to charges of murder and terrorism. Sayfullo Saipov, …

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