Stephanie Kirchgaessner

Robert Mueller Just Obtained Trump's Personal Banking Information

Donald Trump’s personal banking information has formally been turned over to Robert Mueller, the special prosecutor who is investigating whether the president’s campaign conspired with the Kremlin during the 2016 presidential election.

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Flynn Has Pleaded Guilty but Signs Are Mueller's Inquiry Has Bigger Fish to Fry

Almost everything about Michael Flynn’s guilty plea to perjury and his cooperation agreement with the special counsel investigation into Russian election interference suggests that it is part of a much bigger picture, legal experts said on Friday.

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Could This Sketchy Trump Associate Be the One to Bring His Presidency Crashing Down?

Felix Sater, a Moscow-born businessman now at the centre of the Trump-Russia affair, says he lives by a simple code: “Screw me once, shame on you; screw me twice, shame on me for letting it happen.”

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Right-Wing British Politician Nigel Farage Is 'Person of Interest' in FBI Investigation into Trump and Russia

Nigel Farage is a “person of interest” in the US counter-intelligence investigation that is looking into possible collusion between the Kremlin and Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, the Guardian has been told.

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Deutsche Bank Examined Donald Trump's Account for Russia Links

The scandal-hit bank that loaned hundreds of millions of dollars to Donald Trump has conducted a close internal examination of the US president’s personal account to gauge whether there are any suspicious connections to Russia, the Guardian has learned.

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Pope Francis Tells Priests to Pardon Women Who Have Abortions

Pope Francis has opened the door for women who have received abortions – an act considered a grave sin by the Catholic church – to be absolved if they express contrition and seek forgiveness from their priest.

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Will Pope Francis Chew Coca Leaves During His Bolivia Trip?

Pope Francis may or may not chew on coca leaves – the raw ingredient that is used to make cocaine – during an upcoming trip to Bolivia. But the Argentinian pontiff is definitely keeping all of his options open.

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Eggs and insults fly as Uber battles for the streets of Milan

Like every Uber executive trying to get the $41bn online car-sharing service established in cities around the world, the head of Uber in Italy has faced plenty of resistance as she takes on powerful established interests.

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Vatican Climate Change Summit to Frame Action as Moral Imperative

The Vatican is hosting a climate change summit that will focus on the need for decisive action to combat global warming as a moral imperative and Christian duty, especially given its impact on poor people.

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