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Alexander Vindman compared his fate to the "dozens of other lifelong public servants" who were ousted from the Trump administration for upholding American values.
A federal grand jury has handed Los Angeles City Council member Jose Huizar a 34-count indictment, with charges related to bribery and corruption that could lead to him spending 30 years behind bars.
Stone was set to serve 40 months in prison after he was convicted last year on federal charges of witness tampering and making false statements to Congress.
Each stands accused of soliciting bribes from local businesses and individuals in exchange for special permits and waivers.
"We have taken [this information] very seriously. We have reviewed the audio tapes and followed through with an investigation. At this time, there is nothing but hearsay and uncorroborated information, " Westchester District Attorney Anthony A. Scarpino, Jr. said in a statement to Newsweek.
In response to the news, some have called for an outright prohibition on stock ownership by members of Congress.
CNN host Anderson Cooper took Rod Blagojevich to task Friday, after the former Illinois governor compared himself to Nelson Mandela and insisted that he had been a "political prisoner" freed by clemency from President Donald Trump on Tuesday.
President Donald Trump boasted about his "strong" relationship with scandal-plagued Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro Friday, after cancelling plans to reinstate steel tariffs on the country.
"You really want the American people to believe this guy cares about corruption?" the CNN host asked Congressman Mike Johnson.
The president previously described a construction project in Istanbul as "a little conflict of interest" in his dealings with Turkey.
The impeachment of President Donald Trump has focused on evidence of a quid pro quo over his request for investigations into political rivals.
The Republican senator for South Carolina sent a letter to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo asking for documents relating to former Vice President Joe Biden and Ukraine.
"Even if, hypothetically, the government says we're going to implement all the reforms that you want, they're not going to trust them," Kareem Chehayeb, a journalist and activist, told Newsweek.
Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman was on the call between President Donald Trump and his Ukrainian counterpart and raised concerns about the conversation to a superior.
The former New York City mayor was acting in a personal capacity on behalf of President Donald Trump while pursuing Ukraine conspiracy theories.
Earlier this week, explosive testimony from senior U.S. diplomat Bill Taylor detailed his grave concerns about the administration's interaction with the Ukrainian government.
"The behavior that we're seeing from the president continues to worsen," Steve Schmidt warned.
2020 presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard responded to Hillary Clinton's "Russian asset" accusation Sunday in a video demanding an end to Democratic Party corruption.
Democrat contender condemned the attempt by Trump to hold global summit at his own property and accused his administration of corruption due to its ties with big corporations and tax breaks for the rich.
"I'm so angry about the Doral corruption that I can barely see straight," said Walter Shaub, the former director of the U.S. Office of Government Ethics.
"Wasn't it inappropriate for someone like you in the middle of all this to have your son collecting money?" Brokaw asked Joe Biden in 2008.
A previously sanctioned Russian company's investment in a Kentucky aluminum mill has been questioned in a letter published by U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) after concerns over the timing of the investment.
Louisiana congressional candidate Rob Anderson also branded President Donald Trump's attorney a "rogue sentient Gummy Bear."
Pence has been implicated in Trump's efforts to pressure the Ukrainian government into opening an investigation into 2020 rival Joe Biden.
At least 13 men were killed in fighting in the east of the country between July 18—when the aid freeze was communicated to the State and Defense departments—and its release on September 11.
"I think you mean the other way around," Trump said.
Petro Poroshenko agreed in August to take a lie detector test but said he did not trust that investigators would be unbiased.
Peruvian President Martin Vizcarra has disbanded the congress in a move his opposition warns could lead to a coup d'ètat.
"That doesn't look like good timing to a lot of people," Steve Doocy said.