Michael Cohen Files Implicate Trump, Hope Hicks and David Pecker

A new batch of Michael Cohen search-warrant materials made public Thursday details the actions of the president’s former fixer after the release of the “Access Hollywood” video threatened to derail Donald Trump’s campaign. Within days of the release, according to the warrants, Cohen exchanged a “series of calls, text messages and emails” with Trump, his then-press secretary Hope Hicks; the National Enquirer’s David Pecker; and Stormy Daniels’ lawyer Keith Davidson.

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ICE Launches Scaled Back Immigration Raids in Midst of Protests

For the second time this year, immigrant communities and advocacy groups braced for deportation raids that began Sunday across the nation as promised by President Donald Trump, who telegraphed the federal immigration activity via Twitter last month.

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Workers Snared in Tennessee Raid Sue ICE Agents

Seven slaughterhouse workers who were caught up in a workplace immigration raid in Tennessee last year filed a class action Thursday against the federal agents who carried it out, claiming they were racially profiled and arrested using a warrant that only authorized a search for documents.

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