New York prosecutors have received eight years of Donald Trump’s individual and corporate tax returns from the former president’s accounting firm, according to a spokesman for Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr.
The Supreme Court reversed an appeals court ruling that sided with a civil rights plaintiff on Thursday, but lawyers for the man beaten by officers are encouraged by what they see as a path to victory left open by the justices.
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Two years ago, the Pittsburgh Penguins, along with Pennsylvania officials and a union leader, lobbied Donald Trump’s administration to expand an area earmarked for tax incentives so it would include the site where the hockey team is embarking on a $1 billion development project.
Former U.S. Olympics gymnastics coach John Geddert committed suicide Thursday after the Michigan attorney general’s office said he would be charged with sexual assault and multiple incidents of physical abuse against dozens of his young female athletes.
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