Investigator: Archdiocese meeting obligation in abuse crisis
NEW YORK (AP) — An independent investigator praised the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York for its response to the sexual abuse crisis, saying no priest or deacon remains in ministry in the...
Police: Woman tried to smother husband at Tennessee hospital
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A 60-year-old woman is accused of trying to smother her husband with a pillow as he lay in a hospital bed in Tennessee.
Cardinal hires judge to review church sex abuse policies
NEW YORK (AP) — Hoping to restore the faith of those disillusioned by how the church has handled sexual abuse allegations, the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York appointed a former federal judge Thursday to review its procedures and protocols.
Ex-judge: Michael Cohen raid items privilege review is over
NEW YORK (AP) — An ex-judge reviewing over four million items seized from President Donald Trump's former personal lawyer for attorney-client privilege said Thursday that her work is finished.
Attorney Barbara Jones revealed in a letter in Manhattan federal court that she has completed her review of designations by lawyers for attorney Michael Cohen, Trump and the Trump Organization.
Prosecutors have said they are investigating possible fraud in Cohen's business dealings. He has not been charged.
Little fighting so far over files seized from Trump lawyer
NEW YORK (AP) — Back in April, President Donald Trump seemed poised for a fight over files seized from his personal lawyer, Michael Cohen.
"Attorney-client privilege is dead!" he tweeted. Lawyers for Cohen asked a judge to prevent prosecutors from immediately looking at the documents and devices confiscated by the FBI.
So far, though, a court-ordered review of the seized material has been less a battle than a congenial slog.
NEW YORK (AP) — A court-appointed official says hundreds of items that lawyers for President Donald Trump or his ex-personal lawyer tried to keep confidential will be promptly given to prosecutors.
Special master Barbara Jones said Tuesday that lawyers for Trump and attorney Michael Cohen agreed not to challenge 665 items they initially labeled as subject to attorney-client privilege.
12 audio files sent to prosecutors in Michael Cohen probe
NEW YORK (AP) — A dozen audio recordings seized by the FBI from President Donald Trump's former lawyer, Michael Cohen, were forwarded to federal prosecutors after lawyers dropped challenges on attorney-client privilege grounds, a former judge revealed Monday.
The recordings were among millions of files taken from Cohen in April as part of a criminal probe of his business practices.
NEW YORK (AP) — A lawyer appointed to help review documents seized from President Donald Trump's former lawyer has billed a federal court more than $338,000 for legal work on the case in May alone.
Barbara Jones is helping to determine which of the records and electronic files seized from ex-Trump attorney Michael Cohen by the FBI in April are protected by attorney-client privilege. She submitted her invoice to U.S. District Court in Manhattan on Wednesday.
NEW YORK (AP) — The New York Police Department is asking a pair of former top federal prosecutors and the special master in the Michael Cohen case to review its disciplinary process.
Commissioner James O'Neill said Thursday he expects ex-U.S. Attorneys Mary Jo White and Robert Capers and ex-federal judge Barbara Jones to have findings and recommendations within four months.
O'Neill said he wants to make sure the department's discipline practices are fair and effective.
Little attorney-client privilege seen in Trump lawyer probe
NEW YORK (AP) — An official overseeing the protection of attorney-client privilege after New York raids targeting President Donald Trump's personal lawyer said Monday that a small fraction of 1 percent of the first batch of items to be analyzed is subject to the privilege.
Official says Cohen prosecutors will get phone contents soon
NEW YORK (AP) — A court-appointed official reviewing materials seized in FBI raids on attorney Michael Cohen's home and office said Tuesday that prosecutors were likely to get their first look at over a million pieces of data from three of Cohen's phones on Wednesday, but over 250 attorney-client privilege claims will block access to other materials.
Investigators finally get look at materials from Cohen raid
NEW YORK (AP) — Criminal investigators are getting their first look at materials gathered from raids on the home and office of President Donald Trump's personal lawyer as a process to separate items subject to attorney-client privilege appears to be meeting a judge's demand that it occur speedily and efficiently.
Lawyers seek to block Stormy Daniels’ lawyer from Cohen case
NEW YORK (AP) — Attorneys for President Donald Trump's personal lawyer said in court papers on Friday that a lawyer for porn star Stormy Daniels has created a "carnival atmosphere" and should be kept from a New York court.
NEW YORK (AP) — The special master helping to decide what materials seized from President Donald Trump's personal lawyer are protected by attorney-client privilege says she hopes to know soon when the process can be completed.
Judge Names Special Master in Trump Lawyer Case
NEW YORK (AP) — The Latest on maneuvers by lawyers trying to negotiate who will get to view materials seized in April 9 raids on the home and office of President Donald Trump's personal lawyer (all times local):
A New York federal judge says she is appointing a former Manhattan federal judge to help determine what materials seized in raids on the home and office of President Donald Trump's private attorney are protected by attorney-client privilege.
Cole Andrews, age 26, passed away on Thursday, January 11, 2018.
Cole was born on July 29, 1991 in Cartersville, GA, son of Bob and Linda Andrews.
Cole had a great love for music and nature. He will be missed dearly by his family and friends.
Cole is survived by his parents; sister, Emma Katherine Andrews; grandparents, Barbara Jones (Jim) Rassier, Sylvia Ellis Brierley and Ben (Mary Jane) Maulsby; great-grandmother, Francis Jones; uncles and cousins.
The Fluor Corporation has a tradition of community service and philanthropic support.
Fluor Cares, the Foundation of the Corporation, engages and empowers employees to make a difference in their communities. Not only do employees give back, the Foundation magnifies and extends Fluor's philanthropic impact by supporting nonprofit organizations.
HomeAid Houston, a 501(c)(3) charity of the Greater Houston Builders Association (GHBA), was recently presented with a check for $20,000 from Fluor Corp., a multinational engineering and construction firm. The funds were raised at Fluor's Golf for Greater Houston charity golf tournament. HomeAid was selected as one of 10 beneficiaries of this annual event.
Two abstract Impressionist paintings have been chosen for the permanent collection of The Westmoreland Museum of American Art, thanks to the largesse of the Westmoreland Society.
The works are "Untitled," a 1951 oil on canvas by the late John Grillo, and "Bluffs," a 2016 oil and acrylic on canvas by Pittsburgh artist Scott Hunter. Both are intended for the museum's post-1950s gallery.
Police: 1 person shot, wounded near South LA school
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Police say one person has been shot and wounded near a high school in South Los Angeles.
Television news footage showed paramedics rushing a victim on a gurney into an ambulance near Crenshaw High School Tuesday morning.
Thumbs up to KVFR Chief John Sinclair.
Thumb up to Ellensburg Fire Chief John Sinclair for reminding us through a letter to the nationally syndicated Dear Abby column to change our smoke alarms, smoke detectors and and carbon monoxide detectors when we turn back the clocks on Saturday night. Not only is John our fire chief but he is President of the International Association of Fire Chiefs (IAFC).