Adam Goldman

Adam Goldman

NYT reporter covering FBI and nat sec. Ex-WaPo & AP. Reachable at this email.

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“This is the story of our investigation into how our democracy was attacked by Russia and how those who condoned and ignored that assault undermined our ability to uncover the truth, " @AWeissmann_  said.

It was the latest example of how Mr. Trump has managed to bend America’s legal machinery to his advantage and undermine a criminal investigation that has dominated so much of his presidency.

We need more them. A lot more. 10s of 1000s more.

Editorial in Tupelo, Miss. newspaper: "There’s too much on the line to continue acting like this isn’t serious." via @DJournalnow 

Now, the Russians would not provide the Taliban blank checks. The continuation and expansion of their assistance would have required that the Taliban provide evidence — videos proving that they used Russian arms and financing to attack U.S. and coalition targets.

Their remarks were in sharp contrast to Mr. Trump’s contention just last week that 99 percent of the cases were “totally harmless” and his boast of the country’s low death rate from the virus.

Random House announced Monday that Andrew Weissmann’s “Where Law Ends: Inside the Mueller Investigation” will be published Sept. 29.


Let me run through some Barr headlines since he became AG:

Law enforcement officials are scrutinizing at least two news articles about the F.B.I. and Mr. Comey, published in The New York Times and The Washington Post in 2017

Remember why @DonaldJTrumpJr  published the emails: Because the @nytimes  did not stop working to inform the public.

Breaking news: now has more than 3.5 million paid subscriptions and more than 130 million monthly readers, more than double our audience just two years ago.

Rosenstein and top F.B.I. officials have come to suspect that some lawmakers were using their oversight authority to gain intelligence about that investigation so that it could be shared with the White House.

“I’m ashamed to say that I’ve voted for him,” said Judith Goines, 53, a finance executive at a home building company in Fayetteville, N.C., who described herself as a staunch Republican.

Flynn has said he does not remember talking in late 2016 with the Russian ambassador about sanctions. But the transcripts showed that the sanctions were the central discussion point between the men.

A personal turning point for Mr. Cohen was a conversation with his father, Maurice Cohen, a Holocaust survivor. Mr. Cohen’s father urged him not to protect the president, saying he didn’t survive the Holocaust to have his name sullied by Mr. Trump,

NPR has reviewed court documents of 51 individuals facing federal charges in connection with the unrest. As of Tuesday morning, none is alleged to have links to the antifa movement.