WikiLeaks Asks Judge to Toss DNC Conspiracy Claims

Missing no opportunity to fundraise, WikiLeaks filed its first court papers ever in a New York federal court on Friday, calling the Democratic Party’s conspiracy lawsuit over the 2016 election a threat to freedom of the press. 

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Ex-Trump Lawyer Cohen Hit With Call for ‘Substantial’ Sentence

Debunking Michael Cohen’s self-praise for his cooperation with investigators, federal prosecutors recommended Friday that President Donald Trump’s former lawyer receive a “substantial” sentence — noting that probation officials asked for 42 months.

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New Cohen Plea Ties Candidate Trump to Moscow Tower Deal

Pleading guilty to a new charge of having lied to Congress, ex-Trump lawyer Michael Cohen told a federal judge Thursday morning that the president’s inner circle pursued a Moscow real estate project into the 2016 campaign season and beyond.

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Mueller Focused on Tip About WikiLeaks Plans, Document Shows

Special counsel Robert Mueller’s team believes a conservative author and conspiracy theorist tipped off Donald Trump’s confidant Roger Stone months before WikiLeaks released thousands of emails stolen from Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman, according to a document newly made public.

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