The Department of Justice removed an IRS whistleblower and his team from the criminal investigation of Hunter Biden’s taxes in what the whistleblower’s lawyer described to Congress as retaliation and possible obstruction of justice.
In his final report, special counsel John Durham issued a scathing indictment of FBI bias in the Russian collusion probe of former President Donald Trump, saying the agency “discounted or willfully ignored material information that did not support the narrative.”
Rudy Giuliani is in hot water as a former female employee claims in a new lawsuit that Giuliani coerced her into sex and owes her $2 million in back pay.
And the rivalry between the New York Yankees and Toronto Blue Jays got particularly chippy Monday night, with the Jays suggesting the Yankees may have been feeding information on pitches to slugger Aaron Judge before he blasted a home run.
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Woman Sues Giuliani, Alleges $2 Million In Back Wages, Coerced Her Into Sex
Rivalry Gets Chippy As Blue Jays Hint That Yankees Might Have CheatedClick to read full article
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