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Watergate’s John Dean: New Trump Scandal Is ‘Nixon On Stilts And Steroids’
“It is beyond Nixon," the former White House counsel said of the Trump Justice Department collecting private information about members of Congress.
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LEE MORAN
Seized House Records Show Just How Far Trump Admin Would Go
Using the Justice Department to gather private information about members of Congress carried echoes of Nixon during Watergate.
BY COLLEEN LONG, AP
Justice Department Launches Probe Into Trump DOJ's Use Of Secret Subpoenas
Under Donald Trump, the department subpoenaed Apple for data belonging to House Democrats and journalists investigating his ties to Russia.
By 
SEBASTIAN MURDOCK
Senate Leaders Demand Bill Barr, Jeff Sessions Testify About 'Shocking' Trump Data Seizure
The former attorneys general are subject to a subpoena if they refuse.
BY MARY CLARE JALONICK AND MICHAEL BALSAMO, AP
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Trump’s DOJ Seized Dems’ Data
According to reports, ex-President Donald Trump’s Justice Department seized information on two key House Democrats.
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Trump DOJ Seized Records Of House Intelligence Dems In Search For Leaks: NYT
Prosecutors sought records on a dozen people connected to two lawmakers, including Rep. Adam Schiff, to hunt those who leaked classified information.
By 
SANJANA KARANTH
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Texas Man Pleads Guilty To Plotting To Bomb Amazon Data Center
Prosecutors said Seth Aaron Pendley, who claimed he brought a sawed-off rifle to the Capitol riot, hoped to “kill off about 70% of the internet” with his attack.
By 
NINA GOLGOWSKI
Biden's Justice Department Is Still Working To Defend Trump In Rape Case Defamation Suit
The new administration argued in a brief that the former president is allowed immunity in writer E. Jean Carroll's defamation lawsuit against him.
By 
SANJANA KARANTH
DOJ Recovers Multimillion Dollar Ransom Payment After Pipeline Cyberattack
The operation to recover the cryptocurrency from Russia-based hacker group Darkside reflects an increasingly aggressive approach to deal with such threats.
BY ERIC TUCKER, AP
Justice Department Says It Will No Longer Seize Reporters' Records
The sudden policy shift came after revelations that both the Trump and Biden administrations sought New York Times' reporters email records.
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SARA BOBOLTZ
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