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No Surprise Here – 'Reality Winner' Has Not Become The Next Edward Snowden

"...while it is easy enough to chalk the whole Reality Winner episode up to typical government incompetence, perhaps we should be asking a different question; was something far more sinister at play here, with the deep state working behind the scenes towards undermining the current administration?"

Deputy AG Rosenstein: Trump Can't Fire Special Counsel Mueller

Following media speculation that Trump was preparing to fire Robert  Mueller, the special counsel investigating Russian election interference, on Tuesday morning Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein said he has not "seen good cause" to fire Mueller. Rosenstein and clarified that he has the authority to hire and fire Mueller, and not AG Jeff Sessions.

San Francisco's 9th Circuit Appeals Court Rules Against Trump 'Revised' Travel Ban

In perhaps the least-surprising news of the day, a second federal appeals court on Monday ruled against President Trump’s revised travel ban. The decision, from the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, in San Francisco, followed a string of recent rulings rejecting the administration’s efforts to limit travel from several predominantly Muslim countries.

Sessions To Testify Publicly Before Senate Intel Committee Tomorrow

After a lot of rumors, anonymous sources and back and forth over the weekend on whether Attorney General Jeff Sessions would appear before the Senate Intelligence Committee to discuss the Russia investigation, it has now been confirmed that Sessions will appear publicly tomorrow at 2:30PM EST.

Putin Critic Detained Hours Before Unsanctioned Protest

In a development that will likely grab media attention in the US, Russian police detained Kremlin opposition leader Alexei Navalny, according to his Twitter feed on Monday, hours before he called on supporters to mount an unsanctioned protest against corruption near the Kremlin.