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Why has former Trump advisor Steve Bannon been charged with money laundering?
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    Steve Bannon charged with money laundering and conspiracy in New York.
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    Bannon is facing charges that he siphoned off more than $1m from the “We Build the Wall” fundraising effort that promised to send all proceeds towards underwriting the completion of the US-Mexico border wall to enrich himself and his associates. The fundraising effort promised donors that its organizers would not draw any compensation.
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    Bannon surrendered himself to the Manhattan district attorney’s office after being told in recent days that charges were imminent. He walked into the district attorney’s office, shouting over assembled television cameras that he was facing a political prosecution that sought to undermine his far-right talkshow, War Room, in the 60-day run-up to the 2022 midterms.
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    The state charges, led by the Manhattan district attorney and New York state attorney general, mirror the federal indictment brought in August 2020 against Bannon. Bannon never went to trial after he received a presidential pardon from Donald Trump that expunged the federal charges. But pardons do not apply to state-level prosecutions.
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    Bannon surrenders to court, accuses Manhattan DA of trying to shut him down before midterms.
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Why was a local official arrested in connection with the death of a Las Vegas reporter?


    Las Vegas Review-Journal reporter Jeff German, 69, was found dead on Saturday morning outside his home. Police said they believe he was fatally stabbed during an altercation the p...

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Why is Indiana planning to tax student loan forgiveness?


    Those eligible to receive $10,000 in federal loan forgiveness in Indiana will end up paying $323 in taxes, a spokesperson for the Department of Revenue said. Pell Grant...

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