The President ordered the agencies to assist in a review of surveillance issues surrounding his 2016 campaign and authorized Barr to declassify documents

President Donald Trump ordered all intelligence agencies late Thursday evening to assist Attorney General William Barr in his review of surveillance issues surrounding Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign, delegating significant authority to Barr to declassify intelligence documents as the attorney general … Read more…

White House rejects Democrats’ request for documents in obstruction probe

The White House has flatly rejected the House Judiciary Committee’s request for documents in its sweeping investigation into possible obstruction of justice and abuses of power, accusing the Democratically-controlled committee of seeking to recreate the special counsel investigation to harass … Read more…

White House invokes executive privilege to bar former counsel from turning over documents to Congress

The current White House counsel informed the House Judiciary Committee on Tuesday that Donald McGahn does not have the legal right to the documents. Politics SPECIAL NEWS BULLETIN: http://www.acrx.org -As millions of Americans strive to deal with the economic downturn,loss … Read more…

House investigators demand ‘immediate’ compliance from White House on turning over documents related to Kushner clearance

The request from a committee chairman came after a report that Trump had ordered his then-chief of staff to grant a clearance to his son-in-law. Politics SPECIAL NEWS BULLETIN: http://www.acrx.org -As millions of Americans strive to deal with the economic … Read more…

Federal prosecutors issue sweeping subpoena for documents from Trump inaugural committee, a sign of a deepening criminal probe

A wide-ranging subpoena seeks an array of documents, including all information related to inaugural donors, vendors, contractors and foreign contributors to the committee, according to a copy reviewed by The Washington Post. Politics SPECIAL NEWS BULLETIN: http://www.acrx.org -As millions of … Read more…

IAC sues Tinder co-founder over business documents, escalating court fight

Online dating company Match Group Inc and its owner IAC/InterActiveCorp has filed a lawsuit accusing Sean Rad, a former employee known for co-founding the popular dating service Tinder, of secretly copying company files and other proprietary information. Reuters: Technology News … Read more…