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Congresswoman Stacey Plaskett Opens Up About Being a Victim of ‘Cyber Sexual Assault’

Two former House staffers were indicted Thursday by the U.S. Attorney’s office on charges related to an alleged revenge porn leak against their former boss, Congresswoman Stacey Plaskett (D-Virgin Islands). In her first stateside interview since the incident, which took place just before her July 2016 Democratic primary election, Plaskett told

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Federal Government Reportedly Halts Plans to Move FBI Headquarters

The federal government is halting their plans to relocate the FBI headquarters from their current downtown, D.C. location to the suburbs, according to a report by The Washington Post. (more…)

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Read James Comey’s Prepared Testimony

Statement for the Record Senate Select Committee on Intelligence James B. Comey June 8, 2017 Chairman Burr, Ranking Member Warner, Members of the Committee. (more…)

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Black Texas Congressman Threatened With Lynching After Calling for Trump’s Impeachment

A black Texas congressman says callers have threatened to lynch him after he announced his intention to pursue impeachment proceedings against President Trump. (more…)

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Some Christians Might Be Puzzled by President Trump’s ‘Vague’ Executive Order, But They Have No Reason to Fear

Some Christians might be puzzled by the president's executive order – because it doesn't specifically mention protections for people like the Vander Boon family in Michigan or Barronelle Stutzman in Washington. But fear not, friends. (more…)

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Judge Refuses to Dismiss Lawsuits Against FBI in Charleston Church Shooting Case

A judge has ruled against a Department of Justice motion to dismiss wrongful death lawsuits brought by survivors and families of victims of the 2015 South Carolina church massacre. The complaints argue the FBI was negligent in conducting its federal criminal background check on the accused gunman, Dylann Roof, before

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Justice Department Report Say Minneapolis Police Department Fell Short In Jamar Clark Protests

A federal review released Monday found problems with Minneapolis’ coordination and communication during an 18-day standoff outside a police station following the fatal shooting of a black man in 2015, but praised officers for their professionalism and the peaceful end of the protest. (more…)

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Black Members of Congress Call on FBI, Justice Department to Help Investigate Missing Black Girls in D.C.

Black members of Congress are calling for the Justice Department to help police investigate a large number of missing children in Washington, D.C. (more…)

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Department of Justice Asks for More Time to Produce Evidence On Trump’s Wiretapping Claim

The Department of Justice has requested an extension to produce evidence in support of President Donald Trump’s claim that the Obama administration ordered wiretaps against him. Lawmakers in the House Intelligence Committee had previously asked the department to submit evidence in support of Trump’s claim by Monday. But with the

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