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Former President Bill Clinton's criminal defense attorney, David Kendall, said his client wants to "present his position" about revealing to the public records related to subpoenas over the 1998 grand jury investigation into his affair with Monica Lewinsky.
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Bill Clinton wants to 'present his position' on unsealing Monica Lewinsky sex scandal investigation records

By Robert King |
The records detail Clinton's own grand jury subpoena and other court documents that include a grand jury investigation into leaks.

Group appeals NLRB rejection of labor complaint against Trump campaign

By Sean Higgins |

The Committee to Preserve the Religious Right to Organize says the Trump campaign's confidentiality agreements for workers were unlawful.

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Steve Bannon could be held in contempt after refusing to answer House Intelligence questions

By Kelly Cohen |

Bannon avoided cameras, saying simply, "It's a fine Navy day." In naval parlance, "a fine Navy day" is often used ironically to express anyt...

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Ruling shows faith, LGBT rights don't have to be at odds

By Nicole Russell |

A federal judge's landmark ruling, just made public, flips the script on LGBT rights, discrimination, and the workplace.

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