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Posted October 7, 2022, at 12:55 PM Pacific (2 minutes ago)
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By Kyle Cheney, Josh Gerstein
POLITICO
A former Justice Department lawyer who became a close ally in Donald Trump's effort to subvert the 2020 election is fighting to save his law license and stave off other professional discipline from the Washington, D.C. bar.

Jeffrey Clark appeared for a lengthy proceeding Thursday that is a prelude to a disciplinary hearing on claims he violated legal ethics in his persistent efforts to undercut the legitimacy of the 2020 election. The heart of the issue: Did Clark merely offer up unwise suggestions to his superiors — hardly the basis for disciplinary action — or did his persistence in the face of a lack of evidence of fraud render his conduct so inappropriate that he should be punished?

Phil Fox, chief of the D.C. Bar Office of Disciplinary Counsel, which brought the complaint against Clark earlier this year, agreed that "It is generally not a disciplinary violation to make a stupid suggestion."


Posted October 6, 2022, at 8:48 PM Pacific (16 hours ago)
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Posted October 6, 2022, at 8:57 AM Pacific (1 day ago)
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By Marc Caputo
NBC News
Big law firms didn't want Donald Trump as a client. Now a boutique Miami-area firm is elevating its profile by representing the former president.

In an announcement first shared with NBC News, the president's newly hired lawyer, Chris Kise, has joined Continental. The firm has a stable of Trump loyalists with deep Florida GOP ties and attorneys who describe their mission as a legal antidote to "woke cancel culture" that they say has taken over "Big Law."


Posted October 5, 2022, at 10:40 AM Pacific (2 days ago)
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CNBC
Available positions totaled 10.05 million for the month, a 10% drop from the 11.17 million reported in July, according to a Bureau of Labor Statistics release Tuesday. That was also well below the 11.1 million FactSet estimate and was the biggest one-month decline since April 2020 in the early days of the Covid pandemic.

The number of hires rose slightly, while total separations jumped by 182,000. Quits, or those who left their jobs voluntarily, rose by 100,000 for the month to 4.16 million.

The Job Openings and Labor Turnover numbers are watched closely by the Federal Reserve, which is trying to reverse runaway inflation through a series of five interest rate increases this year that thus far have totaled 3 percentage points.


Posted October 4, 2022, at 10:44 AM Pacific (3 days ago)
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By Erin Snodgrass, Nicole Gaudiano
Business Insider
Thirty-four Capitol riot defendants held at a DC jail are seeking a transfer to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

They claim in a court petition that conditions at the military prison would be better than where they are now.

Among their complaints: the alleged presence of critical race theory propaganda and staff who wear "Democrat" attire.

Several Capitol riot defendants being held at a DC jail say the conditions are so unbearable they would rather be sent to Gitmo.


Posted October 3, 2022, at 2:30 PM Pacific (4 days ago)
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The Famous People
Discover the notable alumni of Duke University. Some of the famous people who studied at Duke University are Richard Nixon, Seth Curry, Tim Cook, Mike Posner & Rand Paul. This list of notable alumni is loosely sorted by popularity and has people from different domains of life, such as intellectuals & academics, writers, scientists, media personalities and sportspersons etc.

1 Kyrie Irving
(American Professional Basketball Player)
Listed In: Sportspersons
Birthdate: March 3, 1992
Sun Sign: Pisces
Birthplace: Melbourne, Australia
Height: 6'2" (188 cm)


Posted October 3, 2022, at 12:14 PM Pacific (4 days ago)
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CNBC
After more than two years of economic uncertainty, some adults are finding it hard to stay financially disciplined ahead of another downturn.

Americans have "recession fatigue," says Bankrate.com analyst Sarah Foster.

As the Federal Reserve aggressively raises rates to combat persistent inflation, the tough stance could come at a price. Already, falling stock markets have wiped out more than $9 trillion in wealth from U.S. households.


Posted October 3, 2022, at 12:03 PM Pacific (4 days ago)
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NBC News
The pro football consultant who cleared Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa to play during the team's Sept. 25 game has been terminated, a source familiar with the matter said.

The consultant, who was not named, gave his approval after Tagovailoa hit his head on the turf during Miami's 21-19 home win over Buffalo. Afterward, Tagovailoa stumbled and fell to his knees.

Nonetheless, he was allowed to return to the game in the third quarter, and he played again Thursday in the Dolphins' loss to the Bengals in Cincinnati, a matchup in which Tagovailoa's head struck the turf during a sack by defensive tackle Josh Tupou. Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa is examined during the Dolphins' game against the Cincinnati Bengals in Cincinnati on Thursday.Jeff Dean / AP


Posted October 3, 2022, at 11:57 AM Pacific (4 days ago)
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By Hailey Fuchs, Josh Gerstein, Peter S. Canellos
POLITICO
A year after Amy Coney Barrett joined the Supreme Court, the boutique Indiana firm SouthBank Legal opened its first-ever Washington office in Penn Quarter, a move the firm hailed in a 2021 press release as an "important milestone."

The head of the office, Jesse M. Barrett, is the justice's husband, whose work is described by the firm as "white-collar criminal defense, internal investigations, and complex commercial litigation."

SouthBank Legal — which lists fewer than 20 lawyers — has boasted clients across "virtually every industry": automobile manufacturers, global banks, media giants, among others. They have included "over 25 Fortune 500 companies and over 15 in the Fortune 100," according to the firm's website.


Posted October 3, 2022, at 11:14 AM Pacific (4 days ago)
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NBC News
Republicans are abandoning their long crusade to repeal the Affordable Care Act, making the 2022 election the first in more than a decade that won't be fought over whether to protect or undo President Barack Obama's signature achievement.

The diminished appetite for repeal means the law — which has extended health care coverage to millions of people and survived numerous near-death experiences in Congress and the courts — now appears safer than ever.

With slightly more than a month before the next election, Republicans in Congress and on the campaign trail aren't making an issue of Obamacare. None of the Republican Senate nominees running in eight key battleground states have called for unwinding the ACA on their campaign websites, according to an NBC News review. The candidates scarcely mention the 2010 law or health insurance policy in general. And in interviews on Capitol Hill, key GOP lawmakers said the desire for repeal has faded.


Posted October 1, 2022, at 4:34 PM Pacific (1 week ago)
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CBS News
Prosecutors are seeking prison time for five members of a Texas family arrested for roles in the U.S. Capitol breach. In new court filings, the Justice Department recommends one month in prison for Dawn and Thomas Munn, and 21-day prison sentences for three of the couple's adult children.

The Munn family, of Borger, Texas, has pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge, acknowledging they spent nearly an hour inside the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, including time in a private Senate conference room. Members of the family are accused of bragging about their roles on Jan. 6, or of misrepresenting the size and scope of the attack and damage. One of the five is accused of blaming police.


Posted October 1, 2022, at 4:32 PM Pacific (1 week ago)
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Yahoo News
A Capitol riot defendant's attorney listed the consequences he says his client has suffered as a result of his participation in the January 6 attack, while petitioning a judge for leniency this week.

Jerry Ryals of Oklahoma pleaded guilty to one count of civil disorder in May and is set to be sentenced next month. He was originally charged with five counts, including obstruction of an official proceeding, entering and remaining, and disorderly conduct. But as the government works to prosecute the more than 900 people arrested in connection with the attack, federal prosecutors have offered some rioters lesser charges in exchange for their guilty pleas.


Posted September 30, 2022, at 5:00 PM Pacific (1 week ago)
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KTLA
Sticker Shock. Just a day after Californians saw gas top $6 for a gallon of regular unleaded, gasoline prices made their largest jump in seven years overnight.

According to AAA, the Los Angeles-Long Beach region increased 15.3 cents overnight to $6.26/gallon Thursday.

The price increase is the largest since a 15.1 cent increase in July 2015.

It was also the 27th consecutive day gas prices have risen in Los Angeles County, where prices are 67 cents higher than they were a week ago.


Posted September 30, 2022, at 3:46 PM Pacific (1 week ago)
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Posted September 29, 2022, at 12:59 PM Pacific (1 week ago)
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The Hill
A federal judge in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday agreed to dismiss a lawsuit that pro-Trump lawyer Sidney Powell filed against Dominion Voting Systems as the voting machine company pursues a $1.3 billion defamation claim against her.

In a three-page ruling, U.S. District Judge Carl Nichols granted Dominion's request to toss the case after finding Powell failed to show that Dominion's defamation suit against her constituted an abuse of justice.

"Powell's complaint fails to link her abuse-of-process claim to any act that Dominion has taken other than filing and pursuing its lawsuit," wrote Nichols, who was appointed to the federal district court in D.C. by former President Trump. "She has thus failed to state a claim for abuse of process."


Posted September 25, 2022, at 6:27 PM Pacific (2 weeks ago)
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By Bethany Dawson
Business Insider
A disgraced South Carolina attorney has pleaded guilty to charges related to the storming of the Capitol.

David Johnston was identified from TikTok and Facebook live videos.

He was charged alongside his neighbor Chad Clifton, with whom he traveled to Washington DC.


Posted September 24, 2022, at 2:52 PM Pacific (2 weeks ago)
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Los Angeles Times
Newly unsealed court documents show that the FBI and U.S. attorney's office in Los Angeles got their warrant for that raid by misleading the judge who approved it.

They omitted from their warrant request a central part of the FBI's plan: Permanent confiscation of everything inside every box containing at least $5,000 in cash or goods, a senior FBI agent recently testified.

The FBI's justification for the dragnet forfeiture was its presumption that hundreds of unknown box holders were all storing assets somehow tied to unknown crimes, court records show.


Posted September 24, 2022, at 2:50 PM Pacific (2 weeks ago)
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By City News Service
Press Enterprise
A 45-year-old man who was among seven people from Riverside County charged in the Jan. 6, 2021, breach of the U.S. Capitol pleaded guilty this week to aiding and abetting in the obstruction of an official proceeding.

Andrew Alan Hernandez of Jurupa Valley admitted the felony count under a plea agreement with the U.S. Attorney's Office, which agreed to drop five related charges in exchange for the admission.

U.S. District Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly, in Washington, D.C., scheduled a sentencing hearing for Jan. 27. Hernandez faces a maximum sentence of 20 years in federal prison, though the term of incarceration imposed is likely to be much lower. The defendant remains free on his own recognizance.


Posted September 23, 2022, at 3:23 PM Pacific (2 weeks ago)
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Posted September 22, 2022, at 12:12 PM Pacific (2 weeks ago)
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Golf Channel
Jay Monahan was asked if he could see any sort of peace or alliance between the two tours, he quickly dismissed the idea.

"Listen, I think I've been pretty clear on this: I don't see it happening," Monahan said. "When you look at where we are, and you think about words and actions, we're currently in a lawsuit, so coming together and having conversations, to me, that card is off the table, and it has been for a long period of time."

Monahan doesn't expect peace between PGA Tour, LIV

Monahan was then asked what was a bigger obstacle in the Tour working with LIV: golf or geopolitical?

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