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Noeleen Walder

How Mueller's decision on obstruction helped save Trump

Apr 18 2019

WASHINGTON The U.S. Attorney General decided that President Donald Trump did not obstruct a probe into whether his campaign colluded with Russia, but some legal experts said prosecutors laid out a wealth of evidence to the contrary and that they intended to leave that determination to Congress.

Cosby retrial could favor defense though publicity a wild card

Jun 17 2017

A retrial of Bill Cosby on sexual assault charges will likely offer major advantages to the defense, former prosecutors and defense lawyers say, but the enormous publicity surrounding the case may also produce a second jury that is more eager to convict.

Cosby retrial could favour defence though publicity a wild card

Jun 17 2017

A retrial of Bill Cosby on sexual assault charges will likely offer major advantages to the defence, former prosecutors and defence lawyers say, but the enormous publicity surrounding the case may also produce a second jury that is more eager to convict.

Post-firing, NY prosecutor's office likely to plot similar course

Mar 13 2017

NEW YORK/WASHINGTON The Trump administration's firing of Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara sent shockwaves through New York, but veterans of the high-profile office expect a longstanding mission of cracking down on political corruption and Wall Street wrongdoing to remain intact.

NY prosecutor’s office likely to plot similar course after Bharara’s firing

Mar 13 2017

NEW YORK/WASHINGTON The Trump administration's firing of Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara sent shockwaves through New York, but veterans of the high-profile office expect a longstanding mission of cracking down on political corruption and Wall Street wrongdoing to remain intact.

Post-firing, NY prosecutor's office likely to plot similar course

Mar 12 2017

NEW YORK/WASHINGTON The Trump administration's firing of Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara sent shockwaves through New York, but veterans of the high-profile office expect a longstanding mission of cracking down on political corruption and Wall Street wrongdoing to remain intact.

Post-firing, NY prosecutor's office likely to plot similar course

Mar 12 2017

NEW YORK/WASHINGTON, March 12 The Trump administration's firing of Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara sent shockwaves through New York, but veterans of the high-profile office expect a longstanding mission of cracking down on political corruption and Wall Street wrongdoing to remain intact.

JPMorgan to settle U.S. government probe of China hiring -source

Nov 16 2016

JPMorgan Chase & Co will pay more than $250 million to settle allegations by the U.S. government that it had hired children of Chinese decision makers to win business, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters.

JPMorgan to settle U.S. government probe of China hiring: source

Nov 16 2016

JPMorgan Chase & Co will pay more than $250 million to settle allegations by the U.S. government that it had hired children of Chinese decision makers to win business, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters.

Trump seeks $10 mln from former adviser in campaign legal dispute

Jul 13 2016

Republican White House hopeful Donald Trump is seeking $10 million in damages from a fired former employee, shedding light on a campaign that has at times seen high-profile exits and internal fights spill over into public view.

World News

Exclusive: China sharply expands mass labor program in Tibet

China is pushing growing numbers of Tibetan rural laborers off the land and into recently built military-style training centers where they are turned into factory workers, mirroring a program in the western Xinjiang region that rights groups have branded coercive labor.