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Lori Loughlin, Mossimo Giannulli To Plead Guilty In College Admissions Scandal

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| Loughlin is facing two months in prison and a $150,000 fine, according to the recommendations of the plea agreement. Her husband is facing five months in prison and a $250,000 fine.

Supreme Court Temporarily Blocks House Request For Mueller Grand Jury Evidence


The House says secret grand jury evidence are relevant to an "ongoing investigation" and could lead to new impeachment charges.

'Pharma Bro' Martin Shkreli Denied Release From Prison To Research Coronavirus Cure


Shkreli argued that his pharmaceuticals experience qualified him to help seek a treatment or cure. Probation officials called that claim "delusional self-aggrandizing behavior."

Court Allows Emoluments Case Against Trump Over D.C. Hotel To Proceed


The District of Columbia and Maryland say Trump is violating the emoluments clauses of the Constitution that prohibit the president from receiving gifts or favors from foreign and state governments.

Family Asks Houston Police Not To Release Fatal Shooting Video Of Gospel Singer


"Not everybody wants their loved one to be in cyberspace for the rest of eternity and for their last minute on Earth to be public," Chief Art Acevedo said.

Justices Fear 'Chaos' If Electoral College Delegates Have Free Rein


Under state laws, Electoral College delegates are pledged to cast their ballots for the candidate who carries the popular vote in their state. But in 2016, seven cast votes for other candidates.

Judge In Flynn Case Invites Briefs Without Ruling On Feds' Dropped Charges


Judge Emmet Sullivan asked others to opine about what he should do in the case of the former national security adviser, whom the Justice Department now won't prosecute.

Supreme Court Considers Pivotal Electoral College Case


At issue is whether states have the power to remove or fine so-called faithless electors. The case could affect not only the 2020 election but all future presidential elections. Listen live.

In Cases On Trump Financial Records, Supreme Court Weighs Separation Of Powers


Both cases involve subpoenas for some of Donald Trump's pre-presidential financial records — and the arguments heard Tuesday set the stage for a constitutional battle.