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Mueller not recommending β€˜any further indictments’ after report turnover

By Brooke Singman

Special Counsel Robert Mueller is not recommending any further indictments as part of his sweeping Russia investigation which effectively ended Friday, according to a senior Justice Department official. 

Mueller not recommending β€˜any further indictments’ after report turnover

By Brooke Singman

Special Counsel Robert Mueller is not recommending any further indictments as part of his sweeping Russia investigation which effectively ended Friday, according to a senior Justice Department official. 

β€˜Dragged Across Concrete’ Review: The Evil That Men Do (Repeatedly)

By MANOHLA DARGIS

This neo-exploitation potboiler about brutal men on both sides of the law stars Mel Gibson and Vince Vaughn, and traffics in sordid, ugly shocks.

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Rosenstein hanging on at DOJ amid Mueller probe wind-down, despite plans to leave by now

By Jake Gibson

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein has reached an agreement with Attorney General William Barr to stay on at the Justice Department “a little while longer,” a source familiar with their conversation told Fox News – despite initial plans to step down by now.

Rosenstein hanging on at DOJ amid Mueller probe wind-down, despite plans to leave by now

By Jake Gibson

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein has reached an agreement with Attorney General William Barr to stay on at the Justice Department “a little while longer,” a source familiar with their conversation told Fox News – despite initial plans to step down by now.

Roger Stone trial set for November, as ex-Trump adviser avoids prison for now

By Brooke Singman

The trial for Roger Stone in connection with numerous charges from Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation has been set for Nov. 5, as the former Trump adviser avoided being sent to prison early over potential violations of his gag order.

Roger Stone trial set for November, as ex-Trump adviser avoids prison for now

By Brooke Singman

The trial for Roger Stone in connection with numerous charges from Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation has been set for Nov. 5, as the former Trump adviser avoided being sent to prison early over potential violations of his gag order.

DOJ seeks $72M to hire more than 100 immigration judges, attorneys to help clear massive asylum backlog

By Gregg Re

In its budget request for the upcoming fiscal year, the Justice Department said it needs over $72 million to fund the "stronger enforcement of the nation’s immigration laws,” according to materials released Monday, in an aggressive move intended to reduce the nation's backlog of asylum cases dramatically.

DOJ seeks $72M to hire more than 100 immigration judges, attorneys to help clear massive asylum backlog

By Gregg Re

In its budget request for the upcoming fiscal year, the Justice Department said it needs over $72 million to fund the "stronger enforcement of the nation’s immigration laws,” according to materials released Monday, in an aggressive move intended to reduce the nation's backlog of asylum cases dramatically.

DOJ seeks $72M to hire more than 100 immigration judges, attorneys to help clear massive asylum backlog

By Gregg Re

In its budget request for the upcoming fiscal year, the Justice Department said it needs over $72 million to fund the "stronger enforcement of the nation’s immigration laws,” according to materials released Monday, in an aggressive move intended to reduce the nation's backlog of asylum cases dramatically.

Mueller team wants to withhold 3.2 million β€˜sensitive’ docs from indicted Russian company

By Jake Gibson

Prosecutors in a case brought by Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team asked a federal judge on Thursday to withhold 3.2 million "sensitive" documents from the Russian company Concord Management LLC because of national security and law enforcement concerns.

Mueller team wants to withhold 3.2 million β€˜sensitive’ docs from indicted Russian company

By Jake Gibson

Prosecutors in a case brought by Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team asked a federal judge on Thursday to withhold 3.2 million "sensitive" documents from the Russian company Concord Management LLC because of national security and law enforcement concerns.

AG William Barr not recusing himself from Russia probe, official says

By Matt Richardson

Following his confirmation last month, a representative for Attorney General William Barr on Monday said Barr would not be recusing himself from overseeing Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s ongoing Russia probe.

AG William Barr not recusing himself from Russia probe, official says

By Matt Richardson

Following his confirmation last month, a representative for Attorney General William Barr on Monday said Barr would not be recusing himself from overseeing Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s ongoing Russia probe.

Mueller team denies leaking Roger Stone indictment to CNN

By Jake Gibson

Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team on Friday denied allegations from former Trump adviser Roger Stone that his indictment was leaked to CNN before it was unsealed last month.

Mueller team denies leaking Roger Stone indictment to CNN

By Jake Gibson

Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team on Friday denied allegations from former Trump adviser Roger Stone that his indictment was leaked to CNN before it was unsealed last month.

McCabe: Rosenstein thought 2 Cabinet members could support bid to oust Trump

By Jake Gibson

Former Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe said Thursday that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein told him during a 2017 meeting that he thought two Cabinet members might support efforts to invoke the 25th Amendment to remove President Trump from office.

McCabe: Rosenstein thought 2 Cabinet members could support bid to oust Trump

By Jake Gibson

Former Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe said Thursday that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein told him during a 2017 meeting that he thought two Cabinet members might support efforts to invoke the 25th Amendment to remove President Trump from office.

Euronews appoints Eurosport’s Caroline de Tauriac

By Robert Briel

Euronews is reframing its Partnerships Department, and has appointed Eurosport’s Caroline de Tauriac Head of Partnerships.

De Tauriac is joining Euronews Group to develop a new approach to partnerships, designed to build awareness of Euronews and Africanews and intensify their presence through strategic and international partnerships.

In line with the group’s strategy, editorial position and the sales goals of each of its media platforms, she will devise trade-marketing and event-based operations to generate fresh partnership opportunities that will give the group visibility during major international events.

Caroline de Tauriac’s remit will also involve strengthening the group’s brands by building trusting relationships with partners in a range of sectors, especially business and finance, new technology, energy, tourism, culture, luxury goods, and sport.

Based at the group’s Paris offices, Caroline de Tauriac reports to Carolyn Gibson, Chief Revenue Officer.

“Now that Euronews has signed a strategic agreement with NBC News, and Africanews has a solid foothold in its market, Euronews Group has everything in place to become a key partner of large-scale events and prestigious customers<” said Gibson.

“Caroline brings us extensive experience and operational skills in event communications, marketing and management. In addition, her understanding of the pan-regional media market and the needs of sales, distribution and editorial teams will enable her to design relevant projects that benefit both our group and our current and future partners.”

“Joining a team motivated by the prospects for the future EuronewsNBC brand and by the extraordinary Africanews adventure is a very exciting career opportunity. There is considerable potential for partnerships, and I am delighted to be providing support in positioning the group to work with renowned partners,” added Caroline de Tauriac.

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