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NSA leaker's parents fear Trump will be tough on case

NSA leaker's parents fear Trump will be tough on case

The 25-year-old federal contractor was charged with leaking information regarding a 2016 Russian military intelligence cyberattack to The Intercept , an online news outlet. Victor also had photos of the document on her cellphone, which she gave over to the FBI, Solari said. No one wants to denigrate the Davises, who are clearly in pain for their daughter, and who are trying to demonstrate loyalty to her in a crisis, but most of this is sheer nonsense.



Jury may soon hear from Cosby, even if he doesn't take stand

Jumping from the night in CT to the night of the alleged assault, Agrusa had Constand admit that she told Cosby she was "stressed" and "not sleeping". Cosby lawyer Angela Agrusa ... "The room was dark, and there was a nice mood in the room, correct?" she said. "I recalled as best I could", Constand said.


James Comey testimony takeaways: He plays political hardball

James Comey testimony takeaways: He plays political hardball

Laura Donohue, a professor at Georgetown University Law Center said Trump may have broken the law, adding, "If the president directed Comey to drop the investigation, with an improper goal, then it is a violation of the law". "When a president of the United States in the Oval Office says something like "I hope" or "I suggest" - do you take that as a directive?" Sen. His Columbia University faculty page describes him as "currently an advisor to FBI Director James B.


SC Rep. Trey Gowdy tapped for House oversight chairman

SC Rep. Trey Gowdy tapped for House oversight chairman

Gowdy won support for the post Thursday from the GOP Steering Committee, a 32-member panel made up of party leaders, appointees and representatives from across the full conference. Trey Gowdy wins Oversight gavel Sessions rejects request to testify before Oversight on Fast and Furious Rand Paul: All leakers must be found MORE (R-Utah), had already at times found himself investigating the Trump administration.



Conway Complains that the Press Covers Trump's Tweets

White House officials call the president "the most effective messenger" of his agenda, and he'll continue to use social media to push his message. Now, 69 percent of registered voters say Trump tweets too much, up 13 points when pollsters asked the same question in December , while 51 percent say his tweeting hurts American national security interests.



Did Jared Kushner Seek To Prevent Trump From Being Alone With Comey?

Kushner and Sessions, according to Comey, "lingered" for a while in the room, sensing that leaving the president alone with the Federal Bureau of Investigation director could be a bad idea. "And learned from the media that he was telling privately other parties that my firing had relieved great pressure on the Russian Federation investigation".