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‘The proper and just course’: DOJ drops charges against Michael Flynn (Washington Examiner)
President Trump’s former national security adviser Michael Flynn is off the hook.
The Justice Department is dropping the criminal charges against Flynn, according to a court filing obtained by the Washington Examiner.
Timothy Shea, the U.S. attorney for the District of Columbia, made the announcement Thursday afternoon in a 20-page court filing. [Read More]
From court papers: During transition, top Justice Department official Sally Yates learned about the Flynn-Kislyak phone call from President Obama himself. She was surprised. pic.twitter.com/axooWFcCj1
— Byron York (@ByronYork) May 7, 2020
After spending about two days in jail and receiving support from state leaders and residents, Dallas salon owner Shelley Luther has been released from custody.
On Thursday, Luther received help from the governor and the Supreme Court of Texas when it came to her release. She had been jailed since Tuesday. [Read More]
Governor Larry Hogan today announced actions on legislation passed by the General Assembly during the 2020 legislative session:
“The General Assembly passed a number of bills worthy of consideration, but COVID-19 has caused sudden and unprecedented economic turmoil. The impact from COVID-19 on state and local budgets, on small businesses, and on struggling Marylanders is devastating and is potentially worse than anything since the Great Depression. [Read More]
My grandson Travis…“and JUSTICE for ALL” ⚖️❤️🙏🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/IuOGugjOC3
— General Flynn (@GenFlynn) May 7, 2020