Critics intensified their pressure on the acting attorney general on Tuesday, but the Justice Department — including the office of special counsel Robert Mueller — says it's carrying out business as usual. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer asked the Justice Department's watchdog to investigate whether there have been any "unlawful or improper communications" between the White House and acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker. Democrats say they worry Trump is using Whitaker to lean on...
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Updated 11:00 a.m. ET Tuesday The Justice Department has discussed the possibility that federal law protecting the confidentiality of responses to the U.S. census may eventually be reconsidered, an internal Trump administration email shows . Sharing individuals' census information with law enforcement and national security officers may "come up later for renewed debate," a former Justice Department official suggested in a June 12 email discussing an Obama-era memo issued by the department's...
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A rare, two-headed snake that captured the attention of both biologists and the internet has died. The Washington Post reports herpetologist J.D. Kleopfer shared the sad news in a Facebook post last week. Kleopfer, a reptiles and amphibians specialist at the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries, wrote that the snake was found dead one morning, for no apparent reason. Kleopfer said snake keepers who specialize in two-headed snakes explained that sharing a body adds stress on the...