After conducting numerous interviews and reviewing physical evidence, an FBI investigation confirmed that nine discarded mail-in ballots were cast for President Donald Trump.
Robinson allegedly stole over $600,000 in government funds while working as director of a healthcare organization.
The Senate Judiciary Committee is reviewing the FBI's probe of Russian interference in the 2016 election, and the panel also plans a hearing on the use of police force.
Restaurant owner David McAtee was known for providing free food at neighborhood events for at least 15 years, according to one Kentucky local.
The investigation will determine if criminal charges are sought.
A federal judge is now asking for outside opinions on whether the Justice Department should dismiss its case against Flynn for lying to the FBI about Russian communications.
The campaign has yet to follow through with further legal action.
Gillum's campaign alleged the 30-second ad, paid for by the Florida GOP and endorsed by DeSantis, is "demonstrably false in numerous respects and has been made with actual malice."
Television personality Greg Gutfeld lashed out at Democrats for the swell in public opposition to Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
Jeanine Pirro: "Women who have been victimized are asking the same question, Why do I remember when I was raped?"
The Kavanaugh hearings were more a Rorschach test than anything else, revealing more about us—the American people—than the innocence of the accuser or accused.
Columbus Police Vice Section investigated following recent "high profile" incidents including alleged sting against adult film star.
Joseph James DeAngelo's public defender had attempted to block efforts by prosecutors to collect additional identifying information.
He titled the folder "Facts Are Stubborn Things."
The lawyer sarcastically called the execution "flawless."
The attorney also predicts that Trump's downfall will be similar to Al Capone's.
Eric Holder was Attorney General under former President Barack Obama.
The Brexit campaigner is a "person of interest" for the FBI because of his links to Julian Assange and Russia.
"Trump feels really, really, really, bad about firing him, and he genuinely thinks if the investigation is over Flynn can come back," a White House official told The Daily Beast.