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Dark Money Group Paid Trump’s Ex-AG $400,000 to Score Pardons for Clients

Matt Whitaker didn’t register as a lobbyist, and didn’t get any of the group’s sought-after pardons.

National Labor Relations Board Orders Amazon to Hold Another Alabama Union Vote

The company "hijacked the process" and acted "improperly" during the first election, NLRB says.

Disney Scrubs Simpsons Episode in Hong Kong Over Tiananmen Square Joke

Disney's move fuels censorship fears.

DOJ Investigating Sexual Harassment Claims Against Former NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo

Federal prosecutors have reportedly launched a criminal investigation.

Fauci Calls Out Fox News For Silence After Host Lara Logan Compares Him to Nazi Doctor

"What I find striking… is how she gets no discipline whatsoever from the Fox network," Fauci said.

Michigan School Shooting Prosecutor Says She May Charge Suspect’s Parents

"We have to hold individuals accountable" who don't prevent gun access to minors, says Oakland County Prosecutor Karen McDonald.

Biden Administration to Resume “Remain in Mexico” Policy After Mexico Agrees to Deal

The new agreement includes limitations but also expands the program to make any migrant from the Western Hemisphere eligible to be sent to Mexico.

Group of Republicans Plot to Force Government Shutdown to Defund Biden’s Vaccine Mandate

Republicans want to delay a vote to avert a government shutdown to derail Biden's vaccine rules.

CNN Suspends Chris Cuomo “Indefinitely” Over Role in Brother Andrew’s Sexual Harassment Scandal

"We have suspended Chris indefinitely, pending further evaluation," CNN says.

Tennessee Moms for Liberty Group Wants to Ban Martin Luther King Jr. Book From Schools

The state declined to investigate the complaint but left the door open for the group to try again.