The jury deciding the fate of President Trump’s ex-campaign chairman ended its first day of deliberations with four written questions to the judge. The answers might have been less than satisfying.
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The jury in the bank and tax fraud trial of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort ended its first day of deliberations on Thursday without reaching a verdict but with several questions, including how to define “reasonable doubt.”
Democrats say that files from the Bush White House show that President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee played a significant role in a nomination he distanced himself from.
The move to revoke John Brennan’s security clearance may be the latest sign that the president is determined to punish anyone connected to the Russia investigation.
Job losses, insults from President Trump and threats have made this a difficult time for many journalists. On Thursday, more than 300 publications responded by reaffirming what they do and why it’s important.
Michael Cohen informed a representative for Stormy Daniels he was willing to strike a deal to buy her silence only after the release of the now-infamous “Access Hollywood” recording where President Donald Trump can be heard talking about grabbing women without their consent, The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday.
China is actively developing its fleet of long-range bombers and “likely” training its pilots for missions targeting the US, according to a new Pentagon report.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Thursday named senior policy adviser Brian Hook as Washington’s special representative for Iran.
The inquiry keeps a harsh spotlight on the university, drawing additional scrutiny to how officials handled claims of sexual misconduct by a team doctor.