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Julian Assange indictment: Danger for free press and journalism

Trump Justice Department Crosses New Line, Charges Assange With Publishing U.S. Secrets
Julian Assange indicted under espionage act, obtaining and publishing classified material, represents a grave threat to all Americans' First Amendment rights,...

Alleged Russian Spy Maria Butina: ‘I Destroyed My Own Life’

Russian agent Maria Butina told her government she had sway over Trump secretary of state
The prison term was what the Justice Department requested for Butina, though she’ll spend closer to nine months behind bars thanks to time already served in jail.

Florida man finds mother’s body in backyard while renovating childhood home

Michael and Bonnie Haim had been having marital problems, and he has long been a prime suspect in the case, his defense attorney Janis Warren said in her opening remarks.

US Army Veteran Converted To Islam Planned Domestic Terror Attacks In...

Terror Suspect Talked of Killing LAPD Officers and Blowing Up Santa Monica Pier, LA Freeways
A U.S. Army veteran, Mark Steven Domingo, has been arrested for an attempted domestic terrorist attack in “multiple” Los Angeles locations in “retribution” for the mosque mass shooting in New Zealand last month, federal prosecutors announced Monday.

Beto O’Rourke says Benjamin Netanyahu is a ‘Racist’

His comments come just one day after President Trump played up his pro-Israel agenda in a speech before an influential conservative Jewish group.

Trump blasts Mueller investigation as ‘attempted coup’

President Donald Trump blasted the investigation into Russian election interference and obstruction of justice as “an attempted coup” against his presidency.

Julian Assange faces US hacking conspiracy charge

In an indictment revealed this morning, U.S. authorities alleged that Assange conspired with former Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning to steal and publish large amounts of classified documents.

More severe storms aim this week for places still recovering from...

Storm chasers
World2Day - The three-day event will unfold across about 1,400 miles, including parts of the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic that got battered...

In major shift, Trump allows lawsuits against foreign firms in Cuba

President Donald Trump talks to reporters as he departs for travel to Texas from the White House in Washington
According to Reuters report, the Trump administration will allow lawsuits in U.S. courts for the first time against foreign companies that use properties Communist-ruled Cuba confiscated since Fidel Castro’s revolution six decades ago, a senior U.S. official said on Tuesday.

Facebook co-founder calls on the government to break up the company

The loading screen of the Facebook app
Facebook co-founder in a New York Times editorial today said the social networking giant has become a corporate monopoly with too much power and said the federal government needs to step in and break up the company.