By THE NEW YORK TIMES APRIL 18, 2019 These findings, from the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, detail his two-year investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. The document has been redacted by the Justice Department. Key Takeaways Who’s Been Charged List of Russian Contacts Vol. I: Russian Interference in the 2016 Election Vol. II: Obstruction of Justice Inquiry Explore by person + Show more U.S. Department of Justice Attorney Work Product // May Contain Material Protected Under Fed. R. Crim. P. 6(e) Volume I of IISpecial Counsel Robert S. Mueller, IIISubmitted Pursuant to 28 C.F.R. § 600.8(c) Washington, D.C.March 2019 Volume 1: Russian Interference See Original Document + Show more U.S. Department of Justice Attorney Work Product // May Contain Material Protected Under Fed. R. Crim. P. 6(e) See Original Document + Show more U.S. Department of Justice Attorney Work … [Read more...] about Read the Mueller Report: Searchable Document and Index
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Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani accused the United States on Thursday of attempting to flood Afghanistan with Islamic State (ISIS) militants. Iran has repeatedly accused the United States of founding ISIS. Speaking at a meeting with the vice-chairman of the Standing Committee of the Chinese National People’s Congress, Chen Zu, in Tehran on Thursday, Larijani spoke of Iran’s cooperation with other Asian countries in their personal fight against terrorism, according to pro-Iranian outlet Tasnim news.Tasnim’s stated aim is “defending the Islamic Republic against negative media propaganda campaign and providing our readers with realities on the ground about Iran and Islam.” “Cooperation among the six countries of Iran, China, Pakistan, Turkey, Russia, and Afghanistan in counter-terrorism is very significant,” he said. “Over the past year, the United States has moved a large number of Daesh terrorists to … [Read more...] about Iran Claims U.S. Flooding Afghanistan with Islamic State Jihadis
By Diane BartzWASHINGTON (Reuters) - South Korea's S-Oil Corp, Hyundai Oilbank Co [INPTVH.UL] and Jier Shin Korea Co took part in a bid-rigging scheme that led to more than $100 million (78.25 million pounds) in overcharges to the U.S. military, according to two sources with knowledge of the matter.gi The three companies were not named in filings in U.S. federal court in Ohio that described a conspiracy that involved a total of six companies that overcharged U.S. military bases in South Korea for fuel.The South Korea bid-rigging investigation is part of a more aggressive effort by the U.S. Justice Department to crack down on companies that defraud the U.S. government on military contracts.The court papers filed by U.S. Justice Department after it settled with three other companies last month named SK Energy Co Ltd[SKENGG.UL]; GS Caltex Corp [GSCAL.UL], 50 percent owned by Chevron; and Hanjin Transportation Co Ltd. They agreed to pay a total of $236 million in criminal fines and civil … [Read more...] about Exclusive: Three more South Korean firms rigged U.S. military bids
Joby Warrick, The Washington Post Published 11:12 am PDT, Friday, November 2, 2018 The portrait of Pvt. Foster Stevens, which now belongs to his great-nephew, Joby Warrick. Stevens was killed in France nine days before the end of World War I. The portrait of Pvt. Foster Stevens, which now belongs to his great-nephew, Joby Warrick. Stevens was killed in France nine days before the end of World War I. Photo: Courtesy Of Warrick Family. For Use Only With MARINE-ESSAY A young Foster Stevens (top row, far left), and his sister Ina (front row, far left) pose with their parents and seven other siblings on the front porch of their North Carolina home in 1908. A young Foster Stevens (top row, far left), and his sister Ina (front row, far left) pose with their parents and seven other siblings on the front porch of their North Carolina home in 1908. Photo: … [Read more...] about Marine’s mysterious death in World War I’s final days still haunts his family
A mother's intuition that something is wrong with her daughter living in Los Angeles led police to a house of horrors. Inside, they found Iana Kasian, 30, brutally murdered. Where the trail of blood led them could easily be the subject of big-screen movie script or a novel. Olga Kasian was concerned when she hadn't heard from her daughter, who was living with Blake Leibel in West Hollywood. Leibel, the son of a wealthy Canadian real estate family, moved in his 20s to Hollywood to make it big. Living a trust-fund dream life, he directed an offbeat film and was the co-author of a graphic novel about a vicious murder. "I had this feeling that something was wrong," Olga Kasian tells "48 Hours" correspondent Maureen Maher. Kasian called police, who eventually gained access to the home. Police found Iana, who recently gave birth to a daughter with Leibel, dead. "In my almost 30 years, I've never been involved in a more heinous crime than this," says Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department … [Read more...] about Was Hollywood producer’s graphic novel a blueprint for murder?