Bobby Allyn

Bobby Allyn appears in the following:

Jury Acquits Aid Worker Accused Of Helping Border-Crossing Migrants In Arizona

Thursday, November 21, 2019

The jurors unanimously found Scott Warren not guilty of federal charges of harboring undocumented immigrants. Such prosecutions have risen under President Trump's hard-line immigration policies.

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Prince Andrew Steps Back From Public Duties Over Ties To Jeffrey Epstein

Wednesday, November 20, 2019

The news comes days after the prince sat down for an hourlong interview with the BBC over his association with Jeffrey Epstein. He says the scrutiny has been a "major disruption."

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Former Mayor Of Baltimore Indicted In Alleged Children's Book Fraud Scheme

Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Federal prosecutors say former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh used her series of self-published Healthy Holly children's books to enrich herself, boost her political career and evade taxes.

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Jeffrey Epstein's Prison Guards Are Indicted On Federal Charges

Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Prosecutors say the two officers neglected to check on Epstein every half-hour, as they were required to, and falsified prison logs to make it appear as if they were keeping an eye on him.

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Democrats Offer Trump Chance To Testify, And He Says He Might Do It — In Writing

Monday, November 18, 2019

The president's surprise announcement comes after Democrats invited him to defend himself against accusations that he tried to bribe a foreign country to help himself politically.

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Pelosi On Trump: 'I Will Make Sure He Does Not Intimidate The Whistleblower'

Sunday, November 17, 2019

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi warned President Trump not to intimidate the whistleblower, as the president continued to call for the anonymous person to be exposed.

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Watchdog Report: Trump Official Punished Public Servant Over Her Iranian Heritage

Thursday, November 14, 2019

The State Department's inspector general released a report concluding that Trump officials demoted a national security expert over her Iranian roots and the perception that she was disloyal to Trump.

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'Deep, Dark Conspiracy Theories' Hound Some Civil Servants In Trump Era

Thursday, November 14, 2019

Some pro-Trump news outlets are singling out federal employees and accusing them of trying to sabotage the president. The targets have often worked for decades in government outside of the spotlight.

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Civil Servants Facing 'Deep, Dark Conspiracy Theories' In Trump Era

Thursday, November 14, 2019

Trump's whistleblower has been branded a member of the so-called "deep state" by conservative media. It's a type of attack that has become common in the Trump era.

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FBI Joins Investigation Into Killing Of 9 Members Of Mormon Family In Mexico

Monday, November 11, 2019

Major questions remain about the motive and identity of the perpetrators who carried out the horrific slaying on Nov. 4 in the rural state of Sonora, about 70 miles south of Arizona.

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Whistleblower Offer To Field Written Questions Stands, But GOP Seeks Public Testimony

Sunday, November 10, 2019

House Republicans want the anonymous wistleblower to appear in-person, but they have not responded to an offer to have the unnamed individual answer written questions under oath.

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6 Killed And 100 Injured In Latest Security Forces Crackdown In Baghdad Protests

Sunday, November 10, 2019

Since the clashes started last month, more than 300 protesters have been killed and 15,000 others wounded. Protesters demand overhauls to the country's political system and an end to corruption.

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Las Vegas Bans Sleeping, Camping in Public Places

Thursday, November 07, 2019

Homeless activists swarmed the Las Vegas City Council chambers chanting, "Housing, not handcuffs!" The mayor said the measure is necessary in order to address a homeless problem that is not abating.

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Chicago's Top Cop Eddie Johnson, Who Took Over Controversy-Racked Force, Is Retiring

Thursday, November 07, 2019

Johnson spent more than three years as superintendent, during a turbulent time when the department was trying to restore the public's faith in police after the shooting death of Laquan McDonald.

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Can Trump Legally Out The Whistleblower? Experts Say It Would Not Violate Any Laws

Wednesday, November 06, 2019

Legal experts say, however, there could be other consequences for the president, including the possibility of an article of impeachment.

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Whistleblower Offers To Field Written Questions About Call Trump Says Was 'Perfecto'

Sunday, November 03, 2019

An offer has been made to the House Intelligence Committee to open a direct channel between the whistleblower and Republicans as long as the questions do not compromise the individual's identity.

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Judge Pushes Back On Trump Lawyers Trying To Block Possible Impeachment Witnesses

Thursday, October 31, 2019

A federal judge in Washington was skeptical in the face of arguments that current and former Oval Office aides have "absolute immunity" from ever sitting for questions about interactions with Trump.

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Police Owe Nothing To Man Whose Home They Blew Up, Appeals Court Says

Wednesday, October 30, 2019

A federal appeals court ruled this week that a Colorado man whose house suffered significant damage in a police operation in 2015 isn't entitled to any money. He says he's now $400,000 in debt.

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State Department Officials To Testify Giuliani Was Seen As 'Obstacle' On Ukraine

Wednesday, October 30, 2019

Christopher Anderson, onetime aide to the former special envoy to Ukraine, will be interviewed along with Catherine Croft, who served as special adviser for Ukraine in the State Department.

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Former Senate Aide Gets Probation For Helping Dox Republicans Over Kavanaugh Hearings

Tuesday, October 29, 2019

Prosecutors say Samantha Davis gave her ex-boyfriend the keys to a Senate office where the personal information of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, Sen. Rand Paul and others was hacked.

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