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El juez Sergio Moro determinó que Eduardo Cunha es culpable de corrupción, evasión fiscal y lavado de dinero en un caso relacionado con un contrato de Petrobras en la nación africana de Benín. Moro dijo que Cunha obtuvo 1,5 millones de dólares de 2011 a 2014 en la confabulación de corrupción. El juez Moro, quien es considerado por muchos en Brasil como un héroe anticorrupción, señaló además que Cunha trató de involucrar en el proceso a quien fue alguna vez su aliado cercano y ahora presidente de la nación, Michel Temer: solicitó que fuera testigo en el caso contra él y entonces preparó un cuestionario que potencialmente pudo haber sido dañino para el mandatario.
Documents released by the Attorney General's Office in a public records lawsuit indicate Pruitt also used a personal email address to conduct official business.
Prosecutors preparing to try actor Bill Cosby on sexual-assault charges want to use not only his explosive deposition testimony about getting quaaludes to give to women before sex but also his riffs on trying to slip women the supposed aphrodisiac Spanish fly. Cosby, once known as America's Dad for his beloved portrayal of Dr.
The White House refused to say on Thursday whether it secretly fed intelligence reports to a top Republican investigating possible coordination between Russia and the 2016 Trump campaign. Fending off growing criticism, the administration invited lawmakers from both parties to view classified material it said relates to surveillance of the president's associates.  the White House continued to sidestep queries about its role in showing Nunes classified information that appears to have included transcripts of foreign officials discussing Trump's transition to the presidency, according to current and former U.
Mexican state prosecutor held on drug charges in NYC case NEW YORK (AP) — The attorney general for the western Mexican state of Nayarit will remain behind bars in San Diego until a hearing to determine if U. S. authorities can move him to New York City to face drug trafficking charges.
A Houston attorney says 15 tourists from Texas have filed lawsuits asking more than $250 million in total damages over a train-bus crash that killed four people in Biloxi. Tony Buzbee says in a news release that his clients include Tim Orr, whose wife died in the March 7 wreck.