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A Treasury Department official was arrested and charged with disclosing to a reporter information about sensitive financial transactions related to the Russia investigation, the latest move in the Justice Department's efforts to target government leaks Treasury Employee Charged in Leak Linked to Mueller's ProbeTreasury official charged in leak of bank data about Paul Manafort, Rick Gates, Maria ButinaTreasury official charged with leaking records related to Russia probe
(CNN) Two days have passed since Jayme Closs' parents were found dead and the 13-year-old girl vanished. But as investigators scramble to find her, few answers have emerged. More than 400 tips have poured in since Jayme disappeared from her ...Sheriff: Wisconsin parents shot to death while teenage daughter was in the home'It is right next door': Wisconsin community in shock over couple's slaying in early morning hoursParents of Missing Wisconsin Teen Fatally Shot, Deaths Ruled a Homicide: Sheriff
Democratic Texas Rep. Beto O'Rourke repeatedly called Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) dishonest and overly ambitious in their second debate Tuesday night, and now he's unveiled a handful of ads criticizing his opponent. O'Rourke had been running a ...Beto O'Rourke and Ted Cruz grab national spotlight: Today's talkerTrump Today: President seeks spending cuts as deficit widensBattle of the rodents in Texas Senate race: Beto's blind squirrel vs. Cruz's missing hamster
A white woman in St. Louis dubbed "Key Fob Kelly" by social media users is defending her actions in a new interview after videos of her trying to block a black man from entering his own apartment building went viral. Hilary Mueller told KTVI-TV, a Fox White woman who tried to block black tenant from entering building speaks outShe blocked a black neighbor from entering their St. Louis building. Then she got fired
President Trump on Wednesday asked every major cabinet agency to draw up proposals to cut its budget by 5 percent next year, adding he could grant some exemptions to his request and suggesting he would not ask the Pentagon to cut the full 5 percent.Trump asks Cabinet secretaries for 5% budget cutPresident Donald Trump says he'll ask Cabinet to cut department budgets by 5 percentTrump to request 5 percent cut from Cabinet members
President Trump moved Wednesday to withdraw from a 144-year-old international postal agreement that enables businesses in China to mail small packages to the United States at a hefty discount, an arrangement government officials said boosts foreign ...Trump Opens New Front in His Battle With China: International ShippingTrump Administration Moves to End Deep Discounts for Packages From ChinaUS announces intent to withdraw from international postal rate system
Officials with the Charleston Water System in South Carolina were caught in a smelly situation last week. They had to send scuba divers roughly 80 to 90 feet down into “raw sewage” Thursday to clear heaping piles of wipes that clogged the system.Divers swim through 90 feet of raw sewage to unclog giant, hairy 'fatberg'
The man strode from the Fulton County Government Center with the state's trademark “I'm a Georgia voter” sticker already slapped onto his windbreaker. Michael Elloie was one of many thousands of Fulton residents who cast a ballot during the first few In Georgia, black voters were ordered off a bus headed to the polls“This is voter suppression”: black seniors in Georgia ordered off of bus taking them to voteWill a backlash over voter suppression help elect Abrams as governor?
Washington (CNN) Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein has clearly indicated he wants special counsel Robert Mueller's probe to conclude as soon as possible, Bloomberg reports, citing a US official. President Donald Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani said ...Mueller to present key findings related to Russia probe after midterms: reportMueller Ready to Deliver Key Findings in His Trump Probe, Sources SayIt Looks Like Mueller May Have a November Surprise