Judge Says Spinoff Manafort Probes Still Active

New York Times reporter Ken Vogel has been exploring reporting over Ukraine-related lobbying from many dimensions, but a federal judge forestalled one of the avenues of his research on Monday, warning that journalistic scrutiny “could reveal the existence of law enforcement proceedings that are not officially acknowledged or publicly known.”

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Judge Dismisses Shareholder Action Over Pharma Company’s Marketing of Opioid Treatment Drug

(CN) – A New York District judge granted pharmaceutical company Alkermes PLC’s motion to dismiss a shareholder class action alleging the company misrepresented sales figures and comparative effectiveness for a drug developed to treat opioid dependence.

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Judge Tosses Researcher’s Libel Claims Against NY Times

A federal judge on Tuesday dismissed all but one defamation claims brought by an Ohio State University cancer researcher related to a New York Times article that provoked online readers to roast him in the comments section by calling him a “con man,” “crook” and a “cockroach.”

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Trump Wants DOJ to Hunt Down ‘Resistance’ Writer

President Donald Trump said Friday the Justice Department should launch an investigation into identify the writer of a bitingly critical New York Times opinion piece, said to have been penned by a member of an administration “resistance” movement straining to thwart his most dangerous impulses.

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Trump Fumes Over NYT Op-Ed, Top Officials Swiftly Deny Role

Pushing back against explosive reports his own administration is conspiring against him, President Donald Trump lashed out against the anonymous senior official who wrote a New York Times opinion piece claiming to be part of a “resistance” working “from within” to thwart his most dangerous impulses.

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Carter Page

President Donald Trump declassified details about the October 2016 order by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court to surveil Carter Page so that he could publicize the memo from the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. On Wednesday, The New York Times and reporter Charlie Savage claimed in a federal complaint that the Justice Department has taken too long to respond to its request for related records.

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