Press Advocates File Brief in AT&T-Time Warner Case

An advocacy group for journalists claims in a friend-of-the-court brief filed Wednesday in a case involving AT&T’s planned acquisition of Time Warner that a judge’s denial of requests for Trump administration correspondence on the matter could impair media outlets’ future efforts to defend themselves against White House interference.

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Cohen’s AT&T Cash Stirs Trouble for Justice Dep’t

Not quite overshadowed by the half-million that embattled Trump attorney Michael Cohen is said to have gotten from a Russian oligarch, consulting work Cohen did last year for the telecommunications giant AT&T has drawn questions from Special Counsel Robert Mueller and Congress.

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Witness Blunder Stalls Trial Over AT&T-Time Warner Merger

The federal judge overseeing the government’s antitrust case to block the $85 billion AT&T-Time Warner merger cautioned attorneys on both sides Monday, after it was revealed that a government witness received transcripts of opening arguments and prior witness testimony before he testified.

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