Feds Ask Court to Toss McGahn Subpoena Case After Impeachment

The Justice Department cried moot Thursday in arguing the D.C. Circuit should drop the case to enforce former White House counsel Don McGahn’s congressional subpoena after the House approved articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump.

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Ahead of Flynn Sentencing, Prosecutors Tout His Contributions to Russia Probe

Michael Flynn met 19 times with federal investigators, submitting to nearly a hundred hours of interviews, in the two years since the former national-security adviser pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI, the Special Counsel’s Office told a federal judge Thursday.

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Feds Seek Light Sentence for Mueller Witness Rick Gates

The Justice Department is asking for a lenient sentence for Rick Gates, ahead of the star witness from the Mueller investigation appearing in federal court next week to find out how his guilty plea and testimony in three criminal trials will impact his punishment.  

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Judge Delays Flynn Sentencing Until Release of DOJ Report

A federal judge has agreed to postpone Michael Flynn’s sentencing originally slated for Dec. 18 after both sides requested a delay until the release of a Justice Department internal report on the investigation into Russia and the 2016 Trump campaign.

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Bruised by Witness, House GOP Floats Line: Ukrainians, Not Ukraine, Meddled

Now that a former top National Security Council official made abundantly clear that the theory that Ukraine interfered in the 2016 presidential elections is a false narrative from the Kremlin, House Republicans are on the defensive. Two prominent members emphasized in interviews that they were not talking about the Ukrainian government – but citizens of that former Soviet nation.

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