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Disgraced politician Rod Blagojevich, junk bond king Michael Milken and former New York City police commissioner Bernard Kerik are among the latest to be pardoned by President Donald Trump. The actions fit a pattern of personal presidential justice.
A national association of federal judges called an emergency meeting Tuesday to address growing concerns about the intervention of Justice Department officials and President Donald Trump in politically sensitive cases.
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam seemed poised to make broad changes to state gun control laws, but was dealt a stinging blow by his own Democratic Party Monday when a committee blocked a bill that would have banned sales of assault weapons.
Reality Winner, an Air Force veteran who has been imprisoned for nearly three years for leaking a classified report on Russian hacking, has asked President Donald Trump for to commute the rest of the 63-month sentence she received in 2018.
There actually may have been 2,000 more school-age children killed, because the Gun Violence Archive primarily culls its information from media sources, and the vast majority of incidents don’t make the news.