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The federal judge appoints a special representative for the review of the confiscated material of Trump lawyer Michael Cohen

Michael Cohen, center, leaves federal court in New York on April 16. (Mary Altaffer / AP) NEW YORK – A federal judge has on Thursday appointed a Special Envoy for the Verification of Confiscated Materials from the Office and Residences of President Trump's Personal Advocate Michael Cohen, acceding to his request an independent party can check the material in front …

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Federal Judicial Rules The Trump Administration must accept new applications.

DACA supporters demonstrate on March 5 in the US Capitol. Tasos Katopodis / Getty Images A Bundestag The judge in Washington has most clearly rejected the rejection of the Trump administration for discontinuing the "Deferred Action for Children Arrivals" program by not just stating on Tuesday that the Administration Dreamers must continue to apply for renewal, but must also accept …

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Bush-appointed federal judge rules Trump's DACA resignation was "unlawful and must be set aside"

A federal judge appointed by George W. Bush on Tuesday ruled that President Trump's decision to cancel Deferred Action for Children Arrivals (DACA) was "unlawful and must be shelved." U.S. District Judge John D. Bates of Washington was the third judge to oppose White House plans to end the program Judges William Alsup and Nicholas Garaufis, both appointed by Clinton, …

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Federal Judge weighs Special Masters to check confiscated Trump Cohen documents

NEW YORK – A federal judge signaled on Monday that she was unlikely to privilege President Trump's request to have him unilaterally seized what material from his personal lawyer last week, but she hinted that she Appointing an External Attorney Investigations into Cohen – who opposed the President against his own Department of Justice – took another unexpected turn on …

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Trump Elects Monetary Expert for No. 2 Job at the Federal Reserve

His nomination won swift applause from Fed observers and some economists who described him as a serious thinker who is unlikely to radically divert the central bank from its gradual rise in interest rates as the economy continues to heal from the financial crisis "Rich Clarida is a distinguished monetary economist whose knowledge of monetary policy and international finances will …

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Scott Pruitts $ 43,000 soundproof telephone booth violated spending laws, finds federal guard

EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt in his office at the agency's headquarters last fall. (Andrew Harrer / Bloomberg) The $ 43,000 soundproof telephone booth that the Environmental Services Administrator Scott Pruitt installed in his office last year violated federal spending laws, said the government accountability bureau on Monday. In an eight-page letter to lawmakers, GAO General Counsel Thomas H. Armstrong said …

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Wells Fargo recognizes the $ 1 billion settlement offer from the federal government

WASHINGTON (AP) – Wells Fargo admits that the Federal regulators have offered to settle a series of investigations into the consumer bank giant for $ 1 billion. The disclosure comes as Wells reports a 6 percent increase in profits in the first quarter. Wells continues to navigate multiple investigations related to the opening of counterfeit customer accounts, forcing customers to …

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Wendy Vitter promises to leave religious positions when she is confirmed as federal judge News

Wendy Vitter vowed Wednesday to shelve her strong anti-abortion beliefs if she were confirmed to serve as a federal judge in New Orleans and tell legislators her religious and political beliefs that would not affect her jurisdiction. Vitter, who was tapped in January by President Donald Trump for a vacant judicial office in the eastern district of Louisiana, attempted to …

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