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    Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton issued civil investigative demands into some of Big Tech's power players after companies such as Google and Apple dropped Parler, a social media app popular among conservatives, from their platforms. Paxton, a Republican, issued CIDs to Google, Facebook, Twitter, Amazon Web Services, and Apple on Wednesday, according to a...
    Inside Edition's managing editor, Bob Read, died on Saturday following complications of COVID-19. He was 60. Read had worked on coronavirus coverage for the popular show before receiving a positive diagnosis on Dec. 18. The leading investigative producer was known for being 'a mentor to so many of our staff' having worked for Inside Edition...
    (CNN)The encounter that ended with the police shooting of Jacob Blake in Wisconsin last summer began with a "family trouble" call to 911 from the mother of his children.Laquisha Booker had made such calls before, according to an investigative report by Kenosha County District Attorney Michael Graveley, who on Tuesday outlined a review of more...
              Saturday night the Ohio Investigative Unit (OIU) cited six establishments around the state for violating Ohio Department of Health (ODH) COVID orders. Citation cases will now go before the Ohio Liquor Control Commission – potential penalties include fine, temporary closure, liquor permit suspension and/or revocation. A press release...
    Fox News Radio White House correspondent Jon Decker is leaving the network for Gray Television, where he will serve as its senior national editor and White House correspondent. Decker, who worked at Fox News for six years, earned a reputation in recent years for confronting the Trump administration inside the White House briefing room...
    Famed investigative journalist Carl Bernstein has said that President Trump’s recorded call with Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, seemingly pressuring him to help overturn the state's presidential election results, is 'worse than Watergate.' Bernstein, along with Bob Woodward, helped to break the Watergate scandal that ultimately led to President Richard Nixon's resignation.  During an interview on CNN Sunday,...
    A federal appeals court on Tuesday ruled that congressional oversight committee members in the minority can sue to enforce requests for government information. A three-judge panel for the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled 2-1 in favor of a group of House Democrats on the Oversight and Reform Committee who had sought information from the...
    A federal official said Saturday that law enforcement is looking into over 500 investigative leads following the Christmas Day explosion of a vehicle in Nashville, Tenn.  During a press conference in the area Saturday, Douglas Korneski, FBI special agent in charge of the Memphis field office, declined to confirm any specific person of interest behind the...
    Florida Department of Corrections An in-depth investigation at The Lowell Correctional Institution in Florida by The Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division and the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Florida found that the sexual assault of inmates at the hands of guards and other prison staff has been ongoing and...
    SAN ANTONIO – A call crackles over a two-way radio with an announcement that normally would get multiple fire trucks rolling. Instead, the dispatch, about a house fire with victims trapped inside, is only a drill meant to get the attention of a brand new investigative team with the San Antonio Fire Department. “They will...
    The National Association of Black Journalists and the National Association of Hispanic Journalists join for a convention on Aug. 5, 2016. A Black woman is slated to become the first Black executive editor of the Miami Herald in the daily newspaper's 117 year history. Monica Richardson, that woman and a former boss of mine at...
    Papa John’s founder John Schnatter’s use of the N-word in a 2018 conference call — which led to him stepping down as chairman — was not racist and the episode was widely misreported, according to the findings of an investigation commissioned by his lawyers. The investigation’s results, released Monday by Louis Freeh, former FBI...
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    Magnolia Pictures Alexander Nanau's "Collective," a riveting documentary about the aftermath of a fire at a rock club in Bucharest, Romania, is the best documentary I've seen in 2020. With intimate access to both a team of journalists who expose a multi-tiered scandal and an idealistic young health minister who arrives to reform a corrupt...
    The Russian Investigative Committee on Tuesday organized large scale raids against Jehovah’s Witnesses nationwide, resulting in many arrests. The raids took place across 20 regions of the country and targeted both leaders and adherents of the sect. The committee further noted the arrests were part of a mounting legal case against the group. In 2017,...
    Got a tip that needs to be investigated or a consumer issue you haven't been able to resolve? Submit it here for our investigative reporter Danielle Leigh and investigative producer Lisa Bartley.
    Got a tip? Submit it here for our investigative reporter Danielle Leigh and investigative producer Lisa Bartley.
    HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — A Zimbabwean judge on Friday ended the 17-day detention of an investigative journalist charged for tweeting about alleged corruption. Hopewell Chin’ono is being charged with obstruction of justice arising from a tweet he made alleging corrupt practices within Zimbabwe’s National Prosecuting Authority. He faces up to a year in jail or...
    DENVER (CBS4) – A man is under arrest who is suspected of starting a fire at City Grill in Denver. Michael Lidmila now faces arson charges. (credit: City of Denver) The fire at the restaurant on Colfax Avenue happened on June 5 and caused heavy damage on the patio. Firefighters say there was minor damage...
    Target allegedly removed a book that details an investigation into transgenderism trends after a Twitter user complained that the book was “transphobic,” the Daily Wire reported. “Irreversible Damage: The Transgender Craze Seducing Our Daughters” by Abigail Shrier was allegedly removed from Target’s assortment after the book was decried on Twitter. The tweet allegedly called Shrier’s...
    By Mary Ilyushina and Zahra Ullah | CNN A group of masked assailants killed a Russian businessman dubbed the “Sausage King” with a crossbow at his country residence in the Moscow region, Russia’s Investigative Committee and state media reported Monday. The victim, who owns large meat-processing plants, was in a sauna with his wife when...
    (CNN)A group of masked assailants killed a Russian businessman dubbed the "Sausage King" with a crossbow at his country residence in the Moscow region, Russia's Investigative Committee and state media reported Monday.The victim, who owns large meat-processing plants, was in a sauna with his wife when the attack happened, the Investigative Committee said. The committee...
    By BRUCE SCHREINER, Associated Press FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — Kentucky’s chief financial officer wields broad authority that can include issuing subpoenas to people outside government when investigating possible mismanagement in the awarding of state contracts, the Kentucky Supreme Court ruled Thursday. The ruling stems from a long-running dispute over whether an ex-state employee can be...
    The Intercept blasted its co-founder Glenn Greenwald for abandoning his "original journalistic roots" after he announced his resignation from the outlet. On Thursday, Greenwald, most known for his reporting on documents revealed by Edward Snowden that pertained to U.S. surveillance, said he was resigning from the outlet for censoring his articles. In a statement to...
    (CNN)The Kentucky Attorney General's Office and an attorney for the former police officer charged for his actions in connection with the raid that killed Breonna Taylor both argued Wednesday to keep investigative materials from being released to the public. The arguments comes as the Louisville Courier-Journal has intervened in the case, asking for discovery materials...
              Charges against investigative journalist Millicent “Millennial Millie” Weaver were dropped on Wednesday, Weaver announced on her Twitter. Weaver, 29, was originally arrested in August on charges of robbery, a second-degree felony, tampering with evidence, a third-degree felony, obstructing justice, a fifth-degree felony and domestic violence, according to the...
    A Virginia subcommittee is poring over language specifics for legislation that would make certain police records subject to Freedom of Information Act requests. House Bill 5090 would allow open access to criminal investigative files unless a judge rules the release of the files would jeopardize an ongoing investigation or cause other harm, such...
    New York, October 22, 2020 – Adam Klasfeld is joining Law&Crime as a senior investigative reporter and editor. He will be covering courts and investigating high-profile legal cases across the country. He will join the team effective October 28th. “Adam has shown time and again that he is one of the country’s most reliable,...
    By WILL LESTER, Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — Pete Yost, a retired Associated Press investigative reporter with a fierce, determined style of interviewing that contrasted with his low-key, modest personality, died Tuesday night at the age of 73. He covered many of the biggest stories of his time and was known throughout Washington journalism and...
    WASHINGTON – Pete Yost, a retired Associated Press investigative reporter with a fierce, determined style of interviewing that contrasted with his low-key, modest personality, died Tuesday night at the age of 73. He covered many of the biggest stories of his time and was known throughout Washington journalism and political circles as a dogged investigator...
    The third memorandum detailing the widening scope of Robert Mueller’s investigation was declassified and made public on Wednesday, showing that, differently from the first two memos authored by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, this final memo granting investigative authority to the special counsel was signed onto by Rosenstein at Mueller’s request rather than written by...
    toggle audio on and off change volume download audio WTOP's Jason Fraley previews the Double Exposure: Investigative Film Fest (Part 1) What happens when you combine investigative journalism with documentary filmmaking? You get vital double exposure on the important issues of society. Hence the name of the Double Exposure: Investigative Film Festival, which returns for...
    LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Louisville police released details Wednesday of its investigation into the shooting death of Breonna Taylor, a case that has sparked nationwide protests. Mayor Greg Fischer said it was important to release the investigative files as quickly as possible, after making “necessary redactions.” Much of the information in the files was...
    (CNN)The office of Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer on Wednesday released hundreds of pages from the Police Department's public integrity unit file on the investigation into the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor. CNN is reviewing the documents. The disclosure comes nearly a week after a state court judge ordered Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron to make...
    MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia on Wednesday opened a criminal case to establish why water was contaminated off Russia's far eastern coast and sea creatures killed, the Investigative Committee said on its website. Conservation group WWF described the pollution as toxic. Greenpeace last week said it looked like an ecological disaster off the coast of Kamchatka...
    President Trump on Tuesday said he had declassified all documents tied to federal probes into Russian interference in the 2016 election and Hillary Clinton’s use of a private server for government emails. “I have fully authorized the total Declassification of any & all documents pertaining to the single greatest political CRIME in American History,...
    Moscow (CNN)The European Union has called for a thorough investigation into the death of a Russian journalist who set herself on fire last week.The EU's lead spokesperson for foreign affairs and security policy, Peter Stano, said in a tweet Monday that the EU was "shocked about the tragic death of journalist Irina Slavina."Slavina, whose real...
    Michigan State Police rescued over two dozen missing children as part of an investigative operation last week, law enforcement officials said Wednesday. WXYZ reports: Michigan State Police, with assistance from the Special Investigation Division Fraud Unit, located 25 missing children from Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties in Operation MISafeKid II. The sweep is part of...
    (CBS DETROIT) – Michigan State Police rescue 25 missing children during an investigative sweep last week. Police say the operation focused on finding children in Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties. Some of the children’s cases have been closed after returning back to their homes. Others who are in the foster care system as well as...
    Trump officials told to make sympathetic comments about Rittenhouse: report Brittany Altomare takes early ShopRite LPGA Classic lead with hole-in-one New Investigative Podcast Chameleon Reveals Details on Hollywoods Biggest—and Weirdest—Scam Artist The story of the Hollywood Con Queen is one of the most bizarre scams investigators have ever seen—and it's still ongoing, plaguing players in...
    VANESSA Bryant has sued LA cops claiming they took photos of her husband's crash site for "gratification" and that the images "had no investigative purpose." Sheriff’s deputies allegedly took cell phone pictures of the helicopter disaster victims including Bryant's daughter Gianna, 13, and the legendary basketball player, 41. 6The lawsuit alleges that sheriff deputies took...
    Great newspaper editors leave a permanent stamp on journalism. Harry Evans’ salient achievement as an editor was to push investigative journalism in Britain across the line from dispassionate reporting into direct advocacy on issues of public interest. That was a significant, controversial, and typically courageous step when it was taken. Its consequences are now widely...
    Moscow — Russia on Tuesday arrested a Siberian cult leader who claims to be the reincarnation of Jesus, along with his top aides, in an operation involving armed troops and aircraft. The Investigative Committee, which probes serious crimes, said it had detained Sergei Torop known to his followers as Vissarion the Teacher, or the Jesus of...
    A Louisville judge ruled on Monday that police do not have to release an investigative file into the fatal police shooting of Breonna Taylor because doing so would harm the integrity of the case, which is still ongoing. Jefferson Circuit Judge Barry Willet further stated that Louisville Metro Police Department does not have to...
    By ALISSA ZHU, The Clarion Ledger JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — In February 2017, among hundreds of emails and calls about story ideas received by the reporters of American Public Media’s podcast “In the Dark,” was a short email from a Mississippi woman. She urged them to look into the case of Curtis Flowers, a man...
    (CNN)Naya Rivera screamed for help right before she drowned, using the last of her strength to get her 4-year-old son back onto a boat, he told investigators. The "Glee" actress and her son rented a pontoon boat in July at Lake Piru. The two decided to jump into the water for a swim, according to...
    Naya Rivera called out for help before she accidentally drowned while boating with her son at Lake Piru in July, according to an investigative report obtained by Fox News on Friday. The Ventura County Medical Examiner released the full report along with the autopsy report, which details the “Glee” actress’ final moments after she assisted her 4-year-old...
    MOSCOW (Reuters) - The flat of Belarusian opposition politician Maxim Znak is being searched by the country's state investigative committee, Sputnik Belarus cited Znak's lawyer as saying on Wednesday. Znak, a member of the opposition coordination council, which is seeking dialogue with veteran leader Alexander Lukashenko over what it says were rigged presidential elections last...
    Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City The Kremlin said on Friday that it wanted dialogue with Germany over the case of opposition politician Alexei Navalny and that Russian doctors who treated him initially were much more transparent than the German doctors treating...
    While it might produce headlines before the November election, a special investigative committee into a patronage scandal involving House Speaker Michael Madigan may not complete its work before the next General Assembly is seated in January. There have been years of criticism from Republicans about Madigan, who has been the Illinois House Speaker for...
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