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Al-Qaida suspect linked to cartoonist plot extradited to US
An al-Qaida suspect linked to a plot to kill a Swedish cartoonist has been extradited to Philadelphia to be tried in civilian court rather than face trial at Guantanamo Bay.
What we know about the Trump legal team shakeup
President Donald Trump is shaking up his outside legal team that is charged primarily with responding to the federal probe into Russian interference in the 2016 election. John Dowd, who joined the legal team in mid-June, is replacing Trump's longtime personal lawyer, Marc Kasowitz, as lead attorney
The Note: All the president’s men line up against special prosecutor
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW TODAY It's quite the round robin of investigations: Special counsel Robert Mueller is digging into President Donald Trump's business dealings , Bloomberg reported a day after Trump told The New York Times if Mueller does so, it's crossing a red line. Trump's attorneys and
Even with Trump warning, Mueller likely to probe finances
President Donald Trump is revealing a growing anxiety about the scope of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election
Sessions staying as attorney general despite Trump rebuke
Attorney General Jeff Sessions said he has no immediate plans to resign a day after President Donald Trump excoriated the nation's top prosecutor for recusing himself from the probe into suspected Russian meddling in the 2016 campaign
White House says Trump 'has no intention' to remove Mueller as interview reverberates
The White House did not refute comments made by President Donald Trump about special counsel Robert Mueller in a candid and wide-ranging interview Wednesday, reiterating Trump's claim that the investigation should not analyze Trump family finances outside the scope of the Russia probe. "The point
Who is Rachel Brand, the associate attorney general under Sessions and Rosenstein?
President Donald Trump's criticism Wednesday of the top two officials at the Department of Justice led to speculation that Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein could resign their posts. While both Sessions and Rosenstein expressed their commitment to their
Inside the frayed relationship between Donald Trump and Jeff Sessions
President Donald Trump 's scathing rebuke of Attorney General Jeff Sessions in a recent interview is just the most recent public display of his apparent displeasure with his pick to head the Department of Justice. Trump's latest comments about Sessions' recusal from any Justice Department
Sessions plans to 'continue' as attorney general, despite Trump's expressing regret over nomination
Attorney General Jeff Sessions said he plans to continue as attorney general "as long as that is appropriate," a day after President Donald Trump said in a New York Times interview that he would not have nominated Sessions if he had known he would recuse himself from any Russia investigation at the
President Trump publicly criticizes Jeff Sessions
Trump criticized Attorney General Sessions for recusing himself from the Russia probe and expressed regret over appointing Sessions as attorney general in an interview with The New York Times.