Russian Sex Guru and Followers Make Thai Court Appearance

A Russian sex guru and his followers, one of whom claims to have evidence of Moscow’s interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, were acquitted by a court in Thailand on Tuesday on charges of violating labor laws but still face more serious charges which could land them in prison for more than 10 years.

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Mueller’s Russia Probe Shows It Pays to Cooperate

It pays to cooperate with the government. That’s an age-old truism in any criminal investigation, but it’s especially notable in a case as pressing and as high profile as special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe, where deals afforded to cooperators have raised speculation about incriminating information they’re providing.

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Mueller Seeks Protective Order of Discovery in Manafort’s Va. Case

In a seven-page motion filed Monday in the federal court in Alexandria, Virginia, Andrew Weissmann, senior assistant to special counsel Mueller, asked U.S. District Judge T.S. Ellis III to a approve a proposed protective order intended to “ensure the confidentiality of personal identification information and discovery.”

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House Panel Votes to Release Democrats’ Rebuttal to Nunes Memo

Members of the House intelligence committee on Monday voted to release a memo penned by committee Democrats in response to a controversial Republican document accusing the FBI of bias in its investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.

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