This is a violation of the First Amendment. Trump can't try to shut down media companies because he doesn't like their coverage of him.
There were a lot of things that didn't inspire their outrage when they actually happened -- only after Michael Cohen testified against Trump's interest.
Very large payments were made to Michael Cohen's shell corporation by very interesting entities, suggesting a pay-to-play scheme in effect, facilitated by Cohen.
Hey Rick, how come you didn't mention the AT&T layoffs happening this coming year, too? Those are Trump's to celebrate, right?
The Wichita Eagle reports that AT&T is concerned about this development and “filed to officially intervene in the case."
Such a shock that one of our telecom monopolies is ... acting like a monopoly!
"My experience tells me that I can hold the NSA’s feet to the fire a lot easier than I can hold Google or Verizon’s feet to the fire,” Bates said.
You may have noticed that you have only sporadic connectivity today.
Rep. Henry Waxman: "an unprecedented and sophisticated attack on an electric grid substation with military-style weapons."
The New York Times has revealed the Drug Enforcement Administration has an even more extensive collection of U.S. phone records than the National Security Agency.
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