The memo’s are out, the interviews are in, and we've read the book. It’s our take on former FBI Director James Comey’s moral crusade.
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- Syria airstrikes violated international law: German parliamentary report | News | DW | 20.04.2018
- The DNC’S Lawsuit Against WikiLeaks Poses a Serious Threat to Press Freedom — t is extremely common for media outlets to publish or report on materials that are stolen, hacked, or otherwise obtained in violation of the law. In October, 2016 – one month before the election – someone mailed a copy of Donald Trump’s 1995 tax returns to the New York Times, which published parts of it even though it is illegal to disclose someone’s tax returns without the taxpayer’s permission; in March, 2017, MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow did the same thing with Trump’s 2005 tax returns.
- Sean Hannity linked to shell companies that spent $90M on property: report | TheHill
- Turns Out Hannity Has a Secret Real Estate Empire, With Ties to Trump Admin | pluralist — Public records show that Fox News host Sean Hannity controls a real estate empire of at least 877 residential units in seven states, The Guardian reported Monday.
- Flight records show Trump misled James Comey about Moscow trip - Business Insider — Flight records show that the plane President Donald Trump used to fly to Moscow in 2013 spent nearly 48 hours in the city.
- MSNBC’s Joy Reid Claims Her Website Was Hacked and Bigoted Anti-LGBT Content Added, a Bizarre Story Liberal Outlets Ignore
- Sean Hannity's real estate venture linked to fraudulent property dealer | Media | The Guardian — Shell company tied to the Fox News host bought homes through Jeff Brock, who was charged in 2016 with fraud and conspiracy for his role in a scheme to rig auctions on foreclosed properties
- Mixed signals from Trump on VA nominee as allegations build
- NBC Bet $69 Million on Megyn Kelly—Then Viewers Vanished - WSJ
- Tim Cook will have a private meeting with President Trump today
- DNC told to preserve servers after lawsuit against Trump campaign, Russia and WikiLeaks - Washington Times — “The DNC lawsuit opens the door of discovery. My lawyers and I want to examine the DNC servers to settle this bogus claim of Russian hacking once and for all,” Mr. Stone said.
- DNC Lawsuit Against Trump and Russia Hacking Misses the Mark - Bloomberg — The party could have broken ground in punishing cybercrimes, but settled for a publicity stunt.
- Nunes: DNC lawsuit is a ‘scam’ | TheHill — "So this is a fundraising scheme. It's nothing more, nothing less," he said.
- FBI Arrests Cop For Selling Drugs—On Duty—From His Own Patrol Car — A police officer was caught selling a multitude of drugs, sometimes meeting buyers in his patrol car or near the police department.
- Someone Is Trying to Extort iPhone Crackers GrayShift With Leaked Code - Motherboard — Last week an unknown party started to publish code snippets from iPhone unlocking tool GrayKey. To stop, the extortionists are demanding 2 bitcoin, but they may not have more code to offer.
- Israel warns of attack if Russia air defences used in Syria — Israel's Defence Minister Avigdor Lieberman said Tuesday that his country would attack Russian S-300 air defence systems in Syria if they were used against Israeli targets.
- North Korea’s nuclear test site has collapsed ... and that may be why Kim Jong-un suspended tests | South China Morning Post — The mountain’s collapse after a fifth blast last fall has led to the creation of a massive ‘chimney’ that could leak radioactive fallout into the air, researchers have found
- Top Secret: DoD Building $110 Million Drone Base In Niger | Zero Hedge — The United States Department of Defense (DoD) is building a new $110 million drone base in Niger, adding to its existing footprint of more than 800 military bases in more than 70 countries, the Associated Press (AP) reports.
- Russian Military Shows Wreckage Of US Missiles Intercepted In Syria | Zero Hedge — One unexploded Tomahawk cruise missile and one high accuracy air-launched missile launched by the US and its allies on Syria on April 14 have been brought to Moscow, the chief of the Russian General Staff’s main operations directorate Colonel-General Sergey Rudskoy said during a press briefing on April 25.