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The National Archives and Records Administration says it has received both threats and praise from members of the public for its role in the ongoing dispute over Donald Trump's handling of sensitive government records after he left office, including messages accusing employees of corruption and conspiring against the former President, or congratulating them for "bringing him down," according to a letter sent to all NARA employees by the acting Archivist last week. ...
The Department of Justice stated in a court filing that they have already gone through documents seized from Mar-a-Lago and found a limited amount of privileged materials. ...
Threats against government agencies are on the rise as Donald Trump’s spreads disinformation about the FBI search of his Florida’s estate. Justice Correspondent for The Nation Elie Mystal and MSNBC Contributor Joyce Vance joined American Voices with Alicia Menendez to discuss the investigation into how Donald Trump handled classified information.  ...
An Associated Press tweet linking to a story that trumpets the diversity of the Federal Reserve has been derided on social media."Leadership at the Federal Reserve has become its most diverse ever. There are more female, Black and gay officials contributing to the central bank's interest-rate decisi... ...

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