Mr. Menendez, 63, a powerful Democrat, and a friend, Dr. Salomon Melgen, a wealthy eye doctor and political donor from Florida, were charged in an 18-count indictment. Dr. Melgen faced 11 charges, including conspiracy, bribery and honest services fraud. Mr. Menendez faced similar charges plus an additional charge of making false statements on his Senate financial disclosure forms.
A woman accused of starting a fire that killed two people in her Brooklyn apartment building this week told detectives she lit the fire because she was angry that garbage had been left in the hallway, officials said. The woman, Joanna Mei, 22, was charged on Friday with two counts of murder and one count of arson.
Ms. Maultsby and the judge presiding over the case, William H. Walls, had made an agreement during jury selection about vacation, because at the time, in late August, Judge Walls expected that the trial would be over by now. “It has come that time to discharge the jury pursuant to our agreement,” Mr. Walls said as he entered the courtroom on Thursday afternoon. The jury began deliberating on Monday afternoon and Thursday was their third full day of deliberations.
I heard so much about the devastating "reelgate" kicker in this excellent profile. But didn't the lead detail that Zinke practiced catching cutthroat from the shore of Lake McDonald in midday in summer with a Chubby Chernobyl communicate the same point? https://t.co/EmW2GDq9Cy
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