Obama’s Cyberspace Peace With China Is Dead
WOLF IN SHEEP'S CLOTHING
On the Witness Stand, El Chapo Informant Has the Last Laugh
Team Trump: President Didn’t Go Far Enough on Clinton, Comey
As critics condemn reports that Trump wanted to ask the DOJ to prosecute his political enemies, his right-leaning allies see nothing wrong with the president’s intentions.
Federal Judge Blocks Trump’s Asylum Ban
The ruling is a victory for immigrants-rights and civil liberties groups, which had called President Donald Trump’s proclamation both illegal and “a great moral failure.”
BUILT TO SPILL
Assange ‘Has Been Charged,’ According to DOJ Filing
A paperwork slip-up reveals that the U.S. is hiding a federal criminal complaint against the WikiLeaks founder for fear of jeopardizing his extradition.
SDNY VS. POTUS
Feds Have Evidence on Trump. Will Whitaker Bury It?
Prosecutors won’t likely charge a sitting president, yet have implicated him in a criminal scheme to pay off Stormy Daniels and Karen McDougal. What to do then? Go to Congress.
NEW SHERIFF IN TOWN
‘He’s a F*cking Fool’: Justice Dept Officials Trash Whitaker
The new acting attorney general will have profound powers on things not just related to the Russia probe.
Trump Fires Jeff Sessions, Imperiling Mueller
White House sources said the A.G. didn’t leave voluntarily. Meanwhile, the president has put a loyalist in charge of the special counsel investigation.
STRANGER THAN FICTION
DOJ: Drug Ring Used Submarines to Smuggle Cocaine Into U.S.
An alleged kingpin within the organization has been extradited to the U.S.—and seven others have been arrested in connection to the massive cocaine conspiracy, prosecutors said.