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El informe de Mueller no exonera explícitamente a Trump, y cita posibles actos de obstrucción

El informe de Mueller no exonera explícitamente a Trump, y cita posibles actos de obstrucción
  • El informe de Mueller no exonera explícitamente a Trump, y cita posibles actos de obstrucción FWC: El informe de Mueller no exonera explícitamente a Trump, y cita posibles actos de obstrucción

    El fiscal especial Robert S. Mueller III no exoneró explícitamente al presidente Trump de las acusaciones de que trató de obstruir la investigación de Rusia, asegurando que el debate sobre la conducta del presidente continuará.”Si tuviéramos confianza después de una investigación exhaustiva de…

  • Chargers draft analysis: Return of Hunter Henry will bolster receiving corps FWC: Chargers draft analysis: Return of Hunter Henry will bolster receiving corps

    As the Chargers prepare for the NFL draft, The Times will examine their roster. Part 6 of 8: Receivers. He had one of the longest seasons among the Chargers, and Hunter Henry appeared in only one game — and even then for a relatively short time. The tight end was on the field for 14 snaps in the…

  • Democrats investigating Trump see Mueller report as a roadmap FWC: Democrats investigating Trump see Mueller report as a roadmap

    Congressional Democrats on Thursday claimed ownership of the obstruction of justice investigation into President Trump, vowing to pick up the inquiry where special counsel Robert S. Mueller III’s report left off. “It was probably written with the intent of providing Congress a roadmap,” said House…

  • New Child’s Play trailer teases Mark Hamill as Chucky: Watch FWC: New Child’s Play trailer teases Mark Hamill as Chucky: Watch

    This week brought our first look at Chucky from MGM’s upcoming theatrical remake of the horror classic Child’s Play. Now, ahead of the film’s June 21st release, a new trailer has been released, teasing how Chucky will sound. In other words, Mark Hamill has emerged from the darkness. Don’t get too excited, though. It’s a minor tease — and towards…

  • Slash Remembers Seymour Cassel, the “Colorful” Actor Who Gave the Guitarist His Nickname FWC: Slash Remembers Seymour Cassel, the “Colorful” Actor Who Gave the Guitarist His Nickname

    The great actor Seymour Cassel passed away at the age of 84 on April 7th, leaving behind an impressive filmography that included movies like Faces, Rushmore, and many others. But one of his most enduring legacies was giving a young Saul Hudson the nickname Slash. Cassel, who starred in a number of movies by filmmakers John Cassavetes and Wes Anderson,…

  • Mueller report suggests Congress should judge whether Trump obstructed justice FWC: Mueller report suggests Congress should judge whether Trump obstructed justice

    Special counsel Robert S. Mueller III, in his highly anticipated report, portrayed President Trump as a mercurial leader who repeatedly and frantically sought to undermine the federal investigation into Russia’s interference in the 2016 campaign. The only thing that seemed to thwart the president’s…

  • Man wounded in Nipsey Hussle shooting to be released from jail FWC: Man wounded in Nipsey Hussle shooting to be released from jail

    One of two other men who was shot next to Nipsey Hussle on March 31 outside the rapper’s clothing shop is expected to be released from detention, his attorney said Thursday. Kerry Lathan, 56, was taken to Men’s Central Jail on a parole violation last week. A Sheriff’s Department spokesman could…

  • Feedback: Readers react to ‘Game of Thrones,’ Coachella and more FWC: Feedback: Readers react to ‘Game of Thrones,’ Coachella and more

    Life beyond ‘Game of Thrones’ Hard as it may seem to believe, some of us did not watch “Game of Thrones” [“The. Best. TV. Show. Ever,” April 14, by Mary McNamara]. Now that the last season is in full PR swing, is there any chance to make room for more film reviews on Fridays (other than online)…

  • What did we learn from reading Robert Mueller’s actual report? FWC: What did we learn from reading Robert Mueller’s actual report?

    The secrecy around the final report from special counsel Robert S. Mueller III has finally been lifted, at least most of it. Some information was redacted by the Justice Department, but much of the 448-page report became public on Thursday. Here’s what we’ve learned. Mueller ultimately determined…

  • Mueller decided not to subpoena Trump to avoid a lengthy court fight FWC: Mueller decided not to subpoena Trump to avoid a lengthy court fight

    In the end, special counsel Robert S. Mueller III never forced President Trump to testify under oath even though he considered Trump’s written answers to prosecutors’ questions “inadequate.” Instead of following predecessors who compelled evidence from President Nixon during Watergate, and President…

  • “A Traveler” Brings The X-Files to Jordan Peele’s The Twilight Zone FWC: “A Traveler” Brings The X-Files to Jordan Peele’s The Twilight Zone

    Download | Listen via Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Play | Radio Public | Stitcher | RSS “The truth can take on many different forms … depending on how you look at it.” Greetings travelers, The Fifth Dimension tumbles further into Jordan Peele’s The Twilight Zone. The latest stop is Iglaak, Alaska (pop. 936), where the fabric of truth…

  • Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo continue real estate shake-up FWC: Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo continue real estate shake-up

    Adam Levine of Maroon 5 fame and his wife, model Behati Prinsloo, are on the move again. The celebrity couple — who sold two L.A.-area homes last year — have put their Beverly Hills home on the market for $47.5 million. The listing comes roughly three months after Levine and Prinsloo purchased…