A Pittsburgh-based hospital system faces growing dissension from hundreds of its doctors over its controversial decision to continue routine clinic visits and certain elective surgeries in the face of COVID-19.
The Treasury Department has complied with Republican senators’ requests for highly sensitive records about Hunter Biden and his associates and has turned over “‘evidence’ of questionable origin” to them, according to a Democrat on a committee conducting the investigation.
In their reply to Attorney General William Barr, the committee chairs noted — without going into detail — that there’s legal authority for the release of grand jury materials to Congress “under similar circumstances.” The grand jury is also a potent investigative tool.
The Mueller probe’s formal end leaves questions about several ongoing legal proceedings, including the prosecution of Roger Stone, a former adviser to President Donald Trump.
Her departure comes on the heels of reports that another Mueller prosecutor would leave the office in coming days and is sure to be seen as a new indication that the special counsel’s investigation is winding down.
Since they're not allowed to indict the president, New York prosecutors instead could well turn their guns on the business he spent his life building.
The accountant, who has been penalized for failing to file tax returns for his own business, has created a paper trail with notable errors in his work for those groups, according to public records reviewed by Yahoo News.
New details emerge about potentially thousands of Kavanaugh's White House emails and records that haven't been disclosed.
The FBI appears to be preparing to rapidly conclude the probe of allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
Soon after she began questioning Brett Kavanaugh, Republicans abandoned "female assistant" Rachel Mitchell.
On Wednesday night, Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh offered answers for the first time to long-standing questions about his personal finances that had been prompted by significant credit-card and loan debt noted on his judicial disclosure forms. Kavanaugh’s explanation of his finances is not consistent with earlier explanations from the White House. Questions have lingered since shortly after Kavanaugh’s nomination was announced in July and reporters digging into his public record found that Kavanaugh’s financial disclosure forms showed tens of thousands of dollars of fluctuating credit card balances as well as a loan against his retirement account for the 12 years before 2017.
As Brett Kavanaugh enters his second day of contentious confirmation hearings for his nomination to the Supreme Court, he could face questions about his finances, with subjects ranging from baseball tickets to the down payment on his home.