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An FBI spokeswoman confirmed the agency conducted "law enforcement activity" along Main Street in Annapolis but would not be more specific.
FBI agents executed a search warrant at a GOP consulting firm in Annapolis, Maryland, Thursday afternoon, setting off alarms for liberals and conservatives online who were convinced it was related to the Russian Federation investigation.
Federal Bureau of Investigation agents arrived at the company's Annapolis, Maryland offices around 8:30 Thursday morning and immediately taped garbage bags over windows to prevent onlookers from seeing inside, according to CBS News.
The target of the raid was Strategic Campaign Group Inc.in Annapolis, the Baltimore Sun reported on Thursday, along with local television stations. The Washington FBI office said the investigation, including the raid, is being done with "fierce coordination".
The firm's vice president is former congressional aide Chip O'Neil, according to the group's website.
Manfred speaks out on Sox-O's intervention
On Wednesday night, the Red Sox permanently banned from Fenway Park a man they said used a racial slur. Dylan Bundy's fastballs at Mookie Betts' hip may have slipped under the radar.
Rogers told reporters that his firm settled a lawsuit brought by the Cuccinelli campaign after he lost the governor's race to Democrat Terry McAuliffe.
"Our suspicion is that this is just a carry-over from that", Rogers said. The publication details how Strategic Campaign Group made calls on behalf of and controlled the Conservative Strike Force PAC, which Cuccinelli accused of pulling wool over his followers" eyes via a "malicious "Scam PAC' operation".
Exhibits in the case show emails sent in September, October and November of 2013 to potential donors by StrikeForce and Strategic Campaign Group pleading for money to help Cuccinelli's campaign.
Agents entered Strategic Campaign Group around 8 a.m. on Thursday, much to the surprise of tenants inside. "I think we did that successfully", Cuccinelli's statement said.
Agents who executed the warrant seized files from the office, which is both a consulting and fundraising organization for some Republican candidates.
The images shared by Ars Technica also show overlapping apps which could suggest a layout similar to the present one in Android . It turns out Fuchsia has come a long way from the command line form it existed in when it was first uncovered last August.
Buffett said the bloody removal of a 69-year-old passenger from a United Express plane in Chicago was obviously "a bad mistake ". Berkshire Hathaway Chairman and CEO Warren Buffett prepares to hug table tennis player Ariel Hsing, bottom.
North Korea showed off its military might during a parade in Pyongyang on Saturday, in celebration of its founder's birthday. Unlike at some previous parades attended by Kim, there did not appear to be a senior Chinese official in attendance.
Meanwhile, Pentagon chief Jim Mattis expressed confidence that the United States can allay Turkey's concerns over the decision. The United States regards the YPG as a valuable partner in the fight against Islamic State militants in northern Syria.
The Spurs should finish the Rockets in game 6 in Houston, but that depends on what attitude they have when they are in Houston. Leonard, nursing the left ankle, walked slowly but was able to participate in the team's shootaround on Thursday morning.
The recommendation scale measures the value from 1 to 5, where 1 means "Strong Buy" and 5 stands for "Sell". Stockholders of record on Monday, May 22nd will be paid a dividend of 0.25 per share on Tuesday, June 6th.
US West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures were at $47.57 per barrel, up 24 cents, or 0.5 per cent from the last settlement. Brent crude has endured a volatile past few years, plummeting from more than $100 a barrel in 2014 to less than $30 last year.
The meeting was reported to be private, but photographers from the state-run TASS of Russian Federation were there. Tillerson's office says his meetings with Lavrov will focus on "Ukraine, Syria, and bilateral issues".
Engineer charged in deadly Amtrak crash
The Bartlett native blamed for crashing an Amtrak that killed eight people and injured hundreds more will now face charges. A federal judge in October approved a record $265 million settlement for the accident victims.
State police: 3 dead, including deputy, in rural Arkansas
Two other people were found dead near a home, and authorities say the deaths appear to be linked to Mainhart's killing. The incident happened at the intersection of State Highway 27 and Slow Fork Road near Chickalah in Yell County.
Murray bows out as Nadal, Djokovic march on in Madrid
Nadal faces David Goffin in Friday's quarter-finals after the Belgian beat world number six Milos Raonic 6-4, 6-2. Women's defending champ Simona Halep has crushed American Coco Vandeweghe 6-1, 6-1 to reach the semis.
Treasurer calls Shorten's budget 'bulldust'
Social Services Minister Christian Porter said that Labor had not outlined enough to fund the NDIS. Although affecting only one in 100 taxpayers, this would save $1.3 billion over the medium term.
Illini football players arrested
According to court records, Darta Lee, 18, is in custody on preliminary charges of home invasion and armed robbery. All three were arrested in connection with an alleged incident at Bromley Hall, a university dormitory.
Paul Pogba transfer being investigated by Fifa
Before Manchester United fans get too worked up, it looks as though the club are not the ones being investigated, rather Raiola. During his later years at the club, the Scot would often say there was no value in the transfer market.
Bank of England keeps rates at record low as economy slows
The March trade deficit expanded, while construction and production results all added further disappointment by missing forecasts. The Resolution Foundation think tank noted that 40 percent of the British workforce have been affected by falling wages so far.