Round 2: Were Trump’s Prints on Skinnier FBI Report?

FiveThirtyEight noticed that the FBI’s 2016 Uniform Crime Report, the first released under the Trump administration, was missing 70 percent of the data tables that were included in past editions. The feds fired back, alleging a “false narrative” and claiming that plans to “streamline” the report date to 2010. FiveThirtyEight’s data sleuths are not convinced.

The Kennedy Files: Strippers, Tipsters, and Schemers

Among the documents was an FBI memo describing a meeting in which Cuban exiles tried to set a price on the heads of Fidel Castro, Raul Castro and Ernesto “Che” Guevara. “It was felt that the $150,000.00 to assassinate Fidel Castro…was too high,” the memo noted. They settled on more modest sums: $100,000 for Fidel and $20,000 each for Raul and Che.

Wray Formally Installed as FBI Director

Attorney General Jeff Sessions calls Wray “right for his time.” President Trump, who fired James Comey as the bureau’s director, didn’t attend, and neither did Comey or Special Counsel Robert Mueller, another ex-FBI chief.