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We aim to deliver original long-form investigative journalism that actually matters. Though focused on national security/political/legal matters, we will never turn a blind eye to reporting that could make an impact. Every investigative report that we produce will include hard evidence. Evidence that one could hold in their hands. Bank records, notes, documents, flight logs, corporate filings, pictures, etc. At Forensic News, we believe that the world of investigative journalism needs to join the 21st century and fully use hard data to produce stories that hold truth to power.
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Forensic News Roundup: AG Barr tried to undermine Michael Cohen’s conviction

June 29, 2020 8:51 am By

More details on the Russia-Taliban story One American official had told The Times that the intelligence finding that the Russians had offered and paid bounties to Afghan militants and criminals had been briefed at the highest levels of the White House. Another said it was included in the President’s Daily Brief, a written document which draws from spywork… […]


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Secretary of Education DeVos Proposes Drastic Changes to Title IX

June 23, 2020 12:46 pm By

In early May, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos announced new changes to Title IX, a federal civil rights law that protects students from discrimination based on their sex. The protection applies to all schools that receive federal funding which is a majority. As recent as 2017, guidelines have been put in place to help schools address […]


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Forensic News Roundup: Trump was told of WikiLeaks Clinton emails before release

June 23, 2020 9:43 am By

Mueller report On Friday, the Justice Department released a slightly-less-redacted version of the Mueller report. Donald Trump was told in advance that Wikileaks would be releasing documents embarrassing to the Clinton campaign and subsequently informed advisors that he expected more releases would be coming… In July 2016, Roger Stone told Trump as well as several campaign advisors that […]


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Coronavirus: Trump admits to asking for less testing, US sees most daily cases in two months

June 22, 2020 8:16 am By

The World Health Organization on Sunday reported the pandemic’s largest single-day increase of confirmed coronavirus cases, with more than 183,000 cases reported in the previous 24 hours. Brazil and the United States contributed the most to the surge in cases. Testing Trump says he told his administration to test fewer people: “Testing is a double-edged sword… When you […]


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12 officials have resigned or been fired from the Trump administration in the past 16 days

June 19, 2020 6:43 am By

The past couple of weeks have seen unprecedented turmoil in the United States – from coronavirus spikes to massive protests and national conversations about race. This unrest has been mirrored by an uptick in resignations and firings from the top ranks of the Trump administration. In the past 16 days alone, 12 officials have left […]


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Walter Soriano: Courtest of The Telegraph

Israeli Spy Companies Show Critical Link Between Flynn, Deripaska, and Senate Intelligence Committee Target Walter Soriano

June 16, 2020 12:24 pm By

Walter Soriano, a target of the U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee’s investigation into foreign election interference in 2016, appears to be a key middle-man connecting a network of Israeli hacking and surveillance firms to Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska and former Trump National Security Adviser, Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn. Under the umbrella of technology conglomerate NSO Group, […]


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