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First Thing: Barr rules out voter fraud as court paper alleges White House bribery
First Thing: Barr rules out voter fraud as court paper alleges White House bribery

The attorney general said there was no evidence of voter fraud that would overturn the election result, while the justice department has started investigating claims of ‘bribery for pardons’ at the...

The Guardian
Justices skeptical of Trump bid to exclude all undocumented immigrants from census
Justices skeptical of Trump bid to exclude all undocumented immigrants from census

Removing immigrants from the count would affect seats in Congress, federal funds

Rev. Franklin Graham praises 3 Trump-appointed Supreme Court justices after New York religious case
Rev. Franklin Graham praises 3 Trump-appointed Supreme Court justices after New York religious case

Trump-appointed justices Neil Gorsuch, Amy Coney Barrett, Brett Kavanaugh thanked for ruling in favor of churches and synagogues -- and against government overreach

Los Angeles County issues safer-at-home order that starts Nov. 30
Los Angeles County issues safer-at-home order that starts Nov. 30

Los Angeles County health officials issued a new safer-at-home order Friday that includes stricter limits on going out and gatherings, as daily coronavirus cases surge.

Trump Is Said to Plan Pardon of Flynn
Trump Is Said to Plan Pardon of Flynn

The expected pardon of President Trump’s former national security adviser, who twice pleaded guilty to lying to the F.B.I., is said to be one of a string Mr. Trump plans to issue before leaving off...

New York Times
LA reports 300 homicides for the first time in a DECADE as cops blame the coronavirus lockdown and cuts to the police
LA reports 300 homicides for the first time in a DECADE as cops blame the coronavirus lockdown and cuts to the police

The last time the Los Angeles has had 300 homicides in a year was in 2009, when there were 312 killings in the city

Daily Mail
Biden faces politically thorny decision on Trump prosecutions
Biden faces politically thorny decision on Trump prosecutions

One of the biggest tests awaiting President-elect Joe Biden after he takes office is how his Justice Department will handle calls from some Democrats to investigate and prosecute President Trump.

Kyle Rittenhouse, 17-year-old charged with fatally shooting 2 people in Kenosha protests, poses with ‘Silver Spoons’ actor after posting $2 million bail
Kyle Rittenhouse, 17-year-old charged with fatally shooting 2 people in Kenosha protests, poses with ‘Silver Spoons’ actor after posting $2 million bail

KENOSHA, WIS. — An Illinois 17-year-old accused of killing two people during a protest in Wisconsin was seen smiling in a photo with his lawyer and “Silver Spoons” actor Ricky Schroder after being ...

The Chicago Tribune
Exclusive: U.S. investigators were told to take 'no further action' on Caterpillar, ex-client of Barr
Exclusive: U.S. investigators were told to take 'no further action' on Caterpillar, ex-client of Barr

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Before William Barr became President Donald Trump’s choice to lead the U.S. Department of Justice, he represented Caterpillar Inc, a Fortune 100 company, in a federal crimina...


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