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Special prosecutor appointed to defend Arpaio case ruling
A special prosecutor will be appointed to defend to a court ruling that dismissed the now-pardoned criminal case against former metro Phoenix Sheriff Joe Arpaio but did not erase his criminal record
Trump pardons Scooter Libby, says he was 'treated unfairly'
President Donald Trump pardons I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, a former top aide to Vice President Dick Cheney
President Trump poised to pardon Scooter Libby, Dick Cheney's former chief of staff, sources say
President Donald Trump is poised to pardon Scooter J. Libby, the former chief of staff to Vice President Dick Cheney , according to sources familiar with the president’s thinking. The president has already signed off on the pardon, which is something he has been considering for several months,
Feds: Backpage.com made $500M from prostitution-related ads
The owners of the classified advertising site Backpage.com, are charged in a federal indictment with ignoring warnings to stop running advertisements promoting prostitution.
Prosecutors: Backpage.com made millions in prostitution ads
The classified advertising site Backpage.com ignored warnings to stop running advertisements promoting prostitution, sometimes involving children, because the lucrative enterprise brought in half a billion dollars
Senator's son to seek new civil trial against Joe Arpaio
Sen. Jeff Flake's son will seek a new civil trial against former Sheriff Joe Arpaio for bringing a criminal case against him in the heat-exhaustion deaths of 21 dogs.
Feds seize Backpage.com, websites in enforcement action
Federal law enforcement authorities are in the process of seizing Backpage.com and its affiliated websites
In Senate race showdowns, tough odds for Democrats fuel Republican hopes
Republicans’ best chance of keeping control of one chamber in Congress most likely lies in the Senate . Despite only holding a two-seat majority, their opposition is arguably in a tougher spot. Republicans are defending eight seats in 2018, while Democrats are defending 24 plus the two independents
The Note: When events elude Trump's grasp
The TAKE with MaryAlice Parks President Donald Trump continues to try to control what he can while facing the hard reality that some things may be out of his hands. Yesterday, he took steps to get closer to that cabinet he actually wants. A secretary is out and he's hiring a friendly face. He