DNC Suit Accuses Trump Campaign of Blockbuster Conspiracy

The Russian Federation, WikiLeaks and Donald J. Trump for President — all three are named as defendants Friday in a federal complaint that casts the trio as partners in the cyberattack that crippled the Democratic National Committee ahead of the 2016 U.S. presidential election.

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Manafort Attorneys Challenge Authority of Acting Deputy AG

A week after Special Counsel Robert Mueller responded to Paul Manafort’s request to shed charges against him, attorneys for the former Trump campaign chairman’ renewed their efforts by challenging the authority of acting Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.

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Nonprofit Accused of Defaming Four in Alien Voting Reports

Four U.S. citizens claim a nonprofit led by a member of President Donald Trump’s disbanded  Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity defamed and intimidated them by falsely labeling them as felons and publishing their private information in a series of controversial reports online.

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Judge: Sessions Can’t Tie Grant Money to Immigration

A federal judge in California ruled Wednesday that the Justice Department cannot withhold grant funding from cities and counties that do not comply with its immigration policies, and imposed a nationwide injunction on the feds’ actions.

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