Huawei's lead defence lawyer James Cole is a former U.S. deputy attorney general
In testimony Tuesday, the FBI director suggested that Barr was using the wrong words and that Trump could be doing more on Russia.
On Friday, Trump declined to broach the subject with Putin.
FBI Director Christopher Wray distanced himself Tuesday from Attorney General William Barr, who used the term "spying" in a separate hearing to describe the feds' surveillance of President Trump's campaign. "Well that's not the term I would use," Mr. Wray told the House Appropriations Committee. "Lots of people have different
FBI director Chris Wray pushed back on Attorney General William Barr's claims about law enforcement "spying" on the Trump campaign. Barr suggested FBI surveillance that caught up at least two campaign associates was improperly conducted, despite courts issuing warrants under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act to investigate foreign nationals who spoke to members of the Trump campaign. Wray, however, disputed Barr's usage of the term and said he knew of no illegal surveillance on any
He's the guy they call in when they are looking at possible corruption.
CHICAGO — Now that police believe a Chicago woman killed a pregnant teen, cut the unborn baby from her womb and pretended the infant was hers, the hospital that received the baby is under investigation. Police say Clarisa Figueroa, 46, strangled 19-year-old Marlen Ochoa-Lopez in Chicago on April 23 and then called 911 on the same day to say she’d just delivered the baby. Figueroa and the baby were taken to Advocate Christ Medical Center in nearby Oak Lawn. The Illinois Department [
Jill Ellis will make her 23-player squad official Thursday as the top-ranked Americans aim to defend their title next month in France.
The U.S. Department of Transportation on Wednesday ordered the suspension of all passenger and cargo flights between the United States and Venezuela, citing reports of unrest and violence around airports in the South American country.
Last year, a Somali-American man was listed as a plaintiff in a lawsuit filed by the terror-tied Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) against the Trump administration, as part of a concerted, transparent campaign to have a federal judge declare the U.S. government's terrorist screening database as unconstitutional.