The sheriff’s deputy who was assigned to the Florida school where a gunman killed 17 people last week has left the force after evidence showed he stood outside the building where the shooting occurred rather than going in, Sheriff Scott Israel said Thursday.
Special counsel Robert Mueller’s office obtained new tax and bank fraud charges against Paul Manafort and Richard Gates, adding pressure on the former Trump campaign manager and his longtime deputy, who have been fighting the case.
This use of doctored images was a crucial and deceptively simple technique to spread fabricated information during the 2016 election. Tech companies, which are under fire, struggle to screen for indications photos might have been distorted or taken out of context.
Richard Gates—a former Trump campaign official who was indicted by Special Counsel Robert Mueller on tax-related charges—is expected to plead guilty as soon as Friday afternoon as part of a deal that will likely ensure his cooperation in Mr. Mueller’s investigation, according to a person familiar with the matter.
The Trump administration levied what it called its largest-ever North Korea sanctions package, hitting dozens of shipping and trading companies as it seeks to further cut off foreign-currency revenues keeping the nuclear-armed regime afloat.
Rep. Tim Ryan, an Ohio Democrat, took more than a dozen venture capitalists from Silicon Valley and New York on a three-day road trip around the Midwest in an effort to boost businesses in economically depressed cities.
Donald Trump Jr. scrapped plans to give a speech about the shifting global landscape Friday and instead sat for a relaxed onstage interview where he discussed lost business opportunities in India and his changed relationship with his father at a high-profile event in the Indian capital.
Democratic governors from New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Rhode Island joined forces to restrict movement of illegal guns between their states and share information about residents banned from owning firearms.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s approval of more than $200 million to upgrade eight subway stations, including two at 34th Street-Penn Station, highlighted a potential conflict of interest for MTA Chairman Joe Lhota, who is a director of the company that runs Madison Square Garden.