Trump CFO’s lawyer says he suspects more indictments on way

NEW YORK — A lawyer for Donald Trump’s indicted corporate finance chief told a judge Monday he has “strong reason to believe” more indictments are coming in an ongoing New York investigation into the former president’s real estate empire. Lawyer Bryan Scarlatos made the remark during Trump Organization CFO Allen

Sadiq Khan accused of ‘costing Londoners £9.5 BILLION’ since becoming mayor

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Innovation crucial to Singapore's economic recovery, says DPM Heng

SINGAPORE – Innovative ventures sprouting across the corporate landscape will provide crucial support to Singapore’s economic recovery, said Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat. These new ventures can tackle structural challenges and harness opportunities in the post-Covid-19 world, he noted. Mr Heng, who is also the minister for economic policies

He looted Speaker Pelosi’s office, but says he paid for his trophy.

Throughout the late afternoon, rioters repeatedly emerged from the Capitol bearing trophies that they had stolen. A few carried “Area Closed” signs that they had grabbed and then stormed past. But it was anything taken from Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office that was especially popular with the crowd. One person emerged

Hickenlooper won’t say how he would vote on Supreme Court expansion

John Hickenlooper is declining to say whether he believes congressional Democrats should pursue any specific policy responses to the U.S. Senate’s confirmation of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court. “As I’ve said several times, I’m not crazy about the idea of court packing,” Hickenlooper, the Democratic challenger to Sen.

U.S. postmaster general will testify before House panel on August 24: committee

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – New U.S. Postmaster General Louis DeJoy has agreed to testify before a U.S. House panel investigating whether service changes adopted in recent weeks have slowed mail deliveries, the committee said on Monday. House Oversight and Reform Committee chair Carolyn Maloney said in a statement DeJoy agreed to

India's tally of coronavirus infections crosses 600,000

MUMBAI (Reuters) – India’s coronavirus infections surpassed 600,000 on Thursday, with 17,834 deaths, as authorities battled to contain the pandemic while easing lockdown rules, officials and the health ministry said. The increase presents a severe challenge for India’s strained medical capacity and overburdened health system. An easing phase called “Unlock

Mexico: President admits he ordered El Chapo’s son’s release during cartel gun battle

Mexico’s president said he personally ordered the release of drug lord El Chapo’s son during a shoot-out between a cartel and security forces – and claimed he saved hundreds of lives in doing so. An operation in October caused Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador’s government considerable embarrassment after security forces briefly