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Caitlin MacNeal

Caitlin MacNeal is a News Writer based in Washington, D.C. Before joining TPM, Caitlin interned and wrote for the Huffington Post, the Sunlight Foundation and Slate. She is a graduate of Georgetown University.

Articles by Caitlin

Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, on Tuesday night said that he thinks the committee will want to speak with Carter Page, a campaign aide to President Donald Trump with reported ties to Russia.

"He's certainly a person of interest, and I think at the appropriate time, we are going to want him to come before the committee," Schiff told MSNBC's Chris Hayes when asked if he would like Page to testify.

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Judge Neil Gorsuch, President Donald Trump's nominee to the Supreme Court, appears to have used language from a 1984 article in the Indiana Law Journal without attribution for his book published in 2006, "The Future of Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia," according to reports from Buzzfeed News and Politico published late Tuesday.

According to documents provided to Buzzfeed and Politico, Gorsuch uses a passage from the 1984 article almost word for word to describe a case about a child with Down syndrome without citing the article by Abigail Lawlis Kuzma.

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Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, on Tuesday said that the White House helped "selectively and surreptitiously" provide intelligence reports to committee Chair Devin Nunes (R-CA).

“The documents I reviewed at the White House last Friday will soon be available to the full House and Senate Intelligence Committees. This action is long overdue and follows an inexplicable series of events in which the White House played a role in selectively and surreptitiously providing the documents to our Chairman," Schiff said in a statement.

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Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) was quick to pounce on a report that former national security adviser Susan Rice requested the names of U.S. persons be unmasked in intelligence reports discussing Donald Trump and his transition staffers as proof the Obama administration used intelligence agencies to target the President.

"This is eerily similar to what Trump accused them of, which is eavesdropping on conversations for political reasons," Paul said Tuesday on MSNBC's "Morning Joe."

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Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Monday ordered the Justice Department to review agreements with police departments for reform made during the Obama administration.

Under President Barack Obama, the Justice Department investigated several police departments, looking for patterns of discrimination and excessive force, and made agreements known as consent decrees with some departments.

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