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Intel official arrested by DOJ for leaking classified info to the press

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This Wednesday, the Department of Justice announced that a Defense Intelligence Agency official was arrested for leaking classified information to the press, The Hill reports.

Henry Kyle Freese, 30, was charged with two counts of willful transmission of national defense information. One of the journalists Freese leaked to was reportedly in a relationship with him.

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Freese faces up to 20 years in prison if convicted.


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Americans still don’t know why Trump was rushed to Walter Reed hospital: ex-White House press secretary

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It's been three weeks since President Donald Trump was rushed to Walter Reed hospital, and former White House press secretary Joe Lockhart reminded his Twitter following that Americans still don't know what happened.

"It’s been 3weeks since the President made an unscheduled and rushed trip to Walter Reed. Americans have a right to know about the President's health and the WH explanations doesn’t pass the smell test. I hope there are still enterprising reporters on this. Democracy dies in the dark," Lockhart tweeted.

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Conservative explains how ‘boot-licker’ Lindsey Graham can be banned from impeachment vote

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Conservative Washington Post columnist Jennifer Rubin blasted Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) in her Sunday column, noting that no one ever really expected anything better from him.

Graham was asked during a panel discussion if it was every acceptable for an American president to ask for campaign help from a foreign government.

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‘To protect our democracy:’ Tuesday night rallies planned in all 50 states to demand Congress votes to impeach Trump

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At more than 500 rallies planned for Tuesday evening, hundreds of thousands of Americans are expected to call on the U.S. House to vote to impeach President Donald Trump.

The rallies will take place at congressional offices and other public spaces, the night before the House is expected to vote on two articles of impeachment accusing Trump of abusing his power when he pressured the Ukrainian president to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden and obstructing Congress by stonewalling its investigation.

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