Very late breaking news on another major White House scandal
James W. McCord Jr., a retired CIA employee who was convicted as a conspirator in the Watergate burglary and later linked the 1972 break-in to the White House in revelations that helped end the presidency of Richard M. Nixon, died June 15, 2017, at his home in Douglassville, Pa. He was 93.
The cause was pancreatic cancer, according to his death certificate obtained at the Berks County Register of Wills office in Reading, Pa.
Mr. McCord’s death was first reported in “Dirty Tricks,” a 2018 history of the Watergate investigation by filmmaker Shane O’Sullivan. But the news did not appear in local or national media outlets and surfaced online only in March, when the website Kennedys and King published an obituary referencing his gravesite in Pennsylvania.
Somehow Russia missed the first 200 pages of the Mueller report
Russia’s foreign ministry on Friday dismissed the findings of the long-awaited report by U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller and said it had failed to present any evidence of Russian meddling in U.S. elections, Russian news agencies reported.
Mueller’s report, released on Thursday, details extensive contacts between Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign and Russian operatives who, it said, sought to tilt the election in Trump’s favour.
It’s Obama’s fault that my campaign attempted to collude with a foreign government
“Why I Left New York,” by tens of thousands of people
New York City is shrinking.Newly available Census Bureau population estimates indicate the Big Apple’s population is getting smaller for the second year in a row.
Beyond the city, more people have fled New York state than any other over this decade and that could cause a loss in congressional representation.
New York City’s five boroughs – also classified as counties – have contracted by a net of almost 40,000 over the last year. Only Staten Island is estimated to have grown.
He’s a man of restraint
This is downright shocking behavior from Trump
So it did, so it did
There’s no evidence that the Notre Dame fire was anything but an accident
Meanwhile, the world is melting