The assignment has ended, but no official notice has been sent to the Justice Department or to lawmakers, the Washington Post reported... Current and former law enforcement officials said they had not expected the probe to uncover anything, according to the newspaper. A Justice Department spokeswoman did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Read the first sentence above carefully: "No official notice has been sent to the Justice Department or to lawmakers". Fake News WAPO trying to get ahead of the story. This is a recurring pattern with the MSM. Don't fall for it.
The bill, sponsored by state Sen. Michael Gianaris, would create a system of automatic voter registration when a person submits an application to the Department of Health or the Department of Motor Vehicles... The bill now heads to the state Assembly. If passed there and also signed into law by New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, the measure would, at its earliest, go into effect in two years...
The complaint states that all of the defendants “were agents and/or employees of the United States Government working with Rosenstein” to conduct “the unlawful surveillance and hacking of the computer systems of the Plaintiffs.”...
The disclosure was made in a letter to U.S. District Judge Kenneth Karas as part of a separate case involving Epstein's former cellmate, Nicholas Tartaglione. His attorneys claimed he had intervened in Epstein's unsuccessful suicide attempt in July... Prosecutors told Karas authorities had mistakenly preserved video from a different part of the detention facility instead of the area where Epstein and Tartaglione were housed in July.
Prosecutors said Asia Siddiqui was "inspired by radical Islam" when she planned to build a bomb and use it in a terrorist attack against law enforcement and military targets. Siddiqui and her co-defendant Noelle Velntzas pleaded guilty in August to a charge of teaching or distributing information pertaining to the making and use of an explosive, destructive device or weapon of mass destruction in furtherance of a planned federal crime of violence, DOJ said in a statement. Velentzas is awaiting sentencing.
The family of a man who Democratic donor Ed Buck allegedly killed by supplying him with methamphetamine filed a wrongful death suit in civil court against him, a report said... In the suit, sisters of Timothy Dean claim Buck “forcibly and repeatedly injected Mr. Dean with crystal methamphetamine” against his will...
The Japanese prosecutors suspect that of the Nissan funds Ghosn allegedly misused, some went to Shogun Enterprises Inc., a California-based investment firm where his son Anthony serves as CEO. According to the source, Anthony admitted during the questioning that the assets of Shogun included remittances from his father.
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The 19-second clip, obtained by the New York Times, shows a night sky suddenly illuminated by a flash of light, followed by a deafening boom.By the clip’s close, the sounds of sirens can be heard in the background.
All of that genetic material that 23andMe has been collecting is finally being used for commercial drug development — specifically dermatological drugs. The company inked an agreement with Spanish pharmaceutical developer Almirall, which concentrates on medical dermatology treatments, for the development of dermatological treatments based on an antibody developed by 23andMe.
The bill, which will sign into law Boris Johnson’s hastily concluded withdrawal agreement with the European Union struck at the end of 2019 was passed in the House of Commons by a margin of 330 to 231 votes, a majority of 99. This means the bill has completed its third reading, will continue to Parliament’s upper chamber — the House of Lords — for review before becoming UK law, in time for the official withdrawal day of January 31st.
The decision from the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals, based in New Orleans, lifts an injunction issued last month in Texas that blocked the reallocation plan. In the 2-1 ruling, judges granted the administration's request to temporarily halt the nationwide injunction from U.S. District Judge David Briones of El Paso.