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Accused leaker Reality Winner pleads not guilty, denied bail

Accused leaker Reality Winner pleads not guilty, denied bail

A US intelligence contractor charged with leaking a classified National Security Agency report on Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election is scheduled to appear at a detention hearing late Thursday afternoon in Augusta, Georgia.



The 8 biggest takeaways from James Comey's testimony

Comey testified that after he was sacked, he gave copies of the memos he wrote about his meetings with Trump to "a friend of mine to share" with reporters. Comey said. "That, to me as an investigator, is a very significant fact". Comey's accusations could further mire Trump's administration in legal difficulties, as special counsel Robert Mueller, appointed by the Justice Department after Comey was sacked, and several congressional committees investigate alleged Russian efforts to ...



Owner not charged in Oakland warehouse fire

Authorities arrested Almena in Lake County, while Harris was apprehended in Los Angeles. The court documents filed by the District Attorney's Office Monday said Almena collected "fence boards, shingles, window frames, wooden sculptures, tapestries, pianos, organs" and other "ramshackle pieces" that served as the kindling for the fire.



'Lies, plain and simple' - Comey on Trump admin

At least some of the contacts, they said , involved Russians who fit into this category. His actual appearance Thursday before the Senate Intelligence Committee revealed a cagey, politically adept Washington insider who knows the merits of the long game.


Spain's Catalonia announces October independence vote

Spain's Catalonia announces October independence vote

This move would create another showdown with the central government, which sees the vote as illegal, reports said . People will be asked to vote on the question: "Do you want Catalonia to be an independent state in the form of a republic", Carles Puigdemont said in Barcelona.


Cheer on law enforcement officers as they run for Special Olympics

Cheer on law enforcement officers as they run for Special Olympics

Tyler Rae ran his leg this morning. Our athletes are so inspirational and so thankful to law enforcement for everything they do. "We're giving the athletes of Special Olympics the opportunity to partake in events that without Special Olympics they might not have that opportunity to participate in and be involved in team activities", said Knick.