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James Comey Director Federal Bureau of Investigation discusses the impact of technology on the work of law enforcement, 2014.
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More Trump detractors are talking about impeachment, with the alleged memo of former FBI director James Comey stating that Donald Trump directed him to shut down the investigation into Trump’s former NSA Gen. Michael Flynn. First Edition host Sean Yoes discusses presidential politics with Dr. Kimberly Moffitt, associate professor of American Studies at UMBC. 

Is the U.S. intelligence apparatus growing more in peril each day of the Trump administration? First Edition host Sean Yoes asks Dr. Tyrone Powers, director of the Homeland Security Criminal Justice Institute of Anne Arundel Community College. 

East Facade of the Supreme Court.
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A major victory for voting rights and civil rights advocates was delivered on Monday, when the U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear a federal Appeals Court ruling which struck key components of a restrictive NC voting law. Supreme Court scholar Ken Jost, of the “Jost On Justice” blog, dissects the Court’s decision on the NC law and the broader implications.

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