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Why did a judge agree to Trump's request in the Mar-a-Lago investigation?
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    Judge grants Trump’s request to appoint special master to review Mar-a-Lago documents.
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    U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon, a Trump appointee, [blocked] prosecutors from further reviewing or using the seized documents in their investigation until the [neutral third party known as a special master] completes their review. Cannon said the intelligence community’s ongoing damage assessment of the documents' storage could continue.
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    Trump had also asked for the return of the seized property. Cannon declined to make such a ruling. The DOJ said Trump could not claim executive privilege as a former president against the current executive branch, but Cannon said the DOJ’s position “arguably overstates the law.”
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    The DOJ also argued that its filter team had already examined the materials to separate privileged documents before handing them off to investigators, so a special master would be unnecessary. Cannon called into question the accuracy of the filtering, noting that investigators on at least two occasions were given materials they believed were potentially privileged and handed them back to the filter team.
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How does California's newly-enacted fast food labor law work?


    [The FAST Recovery Act] creates a 10-member council of fast food workers, franchisees, franchisors, advocates for fast food employees, and representatives from the...

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What is known so far about a series of stabbings in Canada?


    Authorities confirmed Monday afternoon that the body of [one attacker], 31, had been found that morning during a search of the James Smith Cree Nation. The second suspect...

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Why was a lawsuit against a famous Nirvana album cover dismissed?


    Spencer Elden, 31, says Nirvana and its record label have profited from child pornography. Elden was 4 months old when he was photographed underwater. A fishhook and dollar bill were later edited i...

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