Special counsel Robert Mueller did not find that President Trump or his campaign schemed with Russian efforts to interfere in the 2016 presidential election, said a summary released Sunday by Attorney General William Barr. Barr and Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein concluded there was insufficient evidence to say President Trump obstructed justice.
Is actual Mueller report news afoot or are we witnessing “the bored angst of journalists”? Whatever may come, the speculative frenzy surrounding the report’s supposedly imminent release has peaked (or has it?).
Federal legislation that would remove a critical barrier to the development of legal marijuana sellers’ and growers’ business — a legitimate way to use the banking system — has more momentum in Congress than before. But some states are making moves of their own.
A combination of prosecutorial obstinance, lack of legal leverage to enable post-conviction scientific testing, and an evolving science kept a man in prison until a simple test was run last week and he was freed.
One month after the Georgia Supreme Court found breathalyzer refusals could not be used as evidence against drivers, state legislators have patched up policing procedures while plotting a longer-term fix.