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House Subpoenas Giuliani, Trump’s Lawyer, for Ukraine Records

By Nicholas Fandos | The New York Times | October 3, 2019 House Democrats on Monday subpoenaed President Trump’s private lawyer, Rudolph W. Giuliani, a key figure in their…

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Meyer: Trump confused criminal trial with administrative procedure

Former Executive Director of the Intelligence Community’s Whistleblowing Program Dan Meyer says that President Donald Trump is confusing an administrative procedure with a…

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Intelligence whistleblowers face a dangerous path to Congress

By Jenna McLaughlin | Yahoo News | September 20, 2019 When House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., issued a rare subpoena to acting spy chief Joseph…

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Explainer: How might the Trump whistleblower mystery unfold?

By Jan Wolfe | Reuters | September 20, 2019 U.S. President Donald Trump’s administration is in a standoff with leaders of the Democratic-controlled U.S. House of Representatives…

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DNI Whistleblower Tip About Trump Phone Call Alarms Former Intel Officials

By Josh Kovensk | Talking Points Memo | September 19, 2019 The mystery over what a confidential intelligence community whistleblower is trying to tell Congress deepened late…

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ADVISORY: Texas Attorney Calls on Congress to End Backlog at Boards for Correction of Military Records

August 29, 2019 – Houston, TX— Hundreds, if not thousands, of veterans and service members have waited in excess of three years for decisions on their petition from the…

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What Execs Want From ALB

As Albany International Airport expands with new flights, a new garage and even a new exit off the Northway, business travelers offer ideas for the growing airport’s future.…

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Why did the feds drop 3 counts against Rep. Collins?

BUFFALO, N.Y. (WHEC) — One year ago, Congressman Chris Collins was swarmed by cameras and reporters as he walked out of the federal court building in Manhattan. He had just…

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Scale of crimes in Marines smuggling case at border is ‘unusual’

A total of 18 Marines and one sailor have now been taken into custody in an ongoing crackdown on alleged drug and human smuggling at the southwest border. All the service members…

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ADVISORY: Experienced Immigration Attorney Available for Comment on Impact of Changes to EB-5 Visas

August 5, 2019, WASHINGTON, D.C.—The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has announced a new rule regarding employment-based fifth preference immigrant investor…

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