The Arizona Republic: Arizona Senator Doug Ducey, a Republican, said he would resign from the Senate after he announced he would not run for reelection next year.
He was first elected to the Senate in 2016.
He is a popular politician and former governor of Arizona, but the Republican primary race was very competitive and Duceys support was questioned by some in the party.
He lost the primary to incumbent Republican Mike Lee.
ABC News: President Donald Trump has asked the FBI to look into whether former national security adviser Michael Flynn had been lying about his contacts with Russia during the presidential campaign.
Flynn was forced to resign in February after it emerged he misled Vice President Mike Pence about his communications with Russia’s ambassador to the US. 3.
USA Today: The Justice Department is investigating a lawsuit filed by the family of Freddie Gray, who died in police custody in Baltimore last year.
The Justice department announced on Monday that it would begin an investigation into the actions of the Baltimore police department.
Fox News: Republican Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions has been accused of sexual misconduct and harassment.
He has been appointed to serve as the nation’s top law enforcement official.
The Washington Post: Democrats have called for Attorney General Jeff Sessions to recuse himself from the Trump administration’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.
Sessions has said he will recuse.
He also recused himself from any matters involving his campaign, the Justice Department and the FBI.
Fox Business Network: Republican Sen. Ted Cruz has launched a campaign to make his home state of Texas the first in the country to ban the sale of ammunition to civilians.
Cruz said in a statement he wants to make it clear that “anyone who wants to purchase a gun, ammunition or ammunition accessories from a licensed dealer is not a good person and should not have access to it.”
ABC Business Network News: Sen. Chuck Grassley has said that the Senate will not allow the FBI Director to testify before the committee, according to a tweet from the senator.
Grassley said in his statement that the FBI director “should be able to give his full and frank testimony, but I am not convinced that he is.
As chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, I have a strong interest in ensuring the FBI’s independence and independence of investigation and enforcement.
CNN: Democratic lawmakers in North Carolina have asked the state’s attorney general to investigate allegations that a Democratic state senator used campaign funds to purchase campaign paraphernalia and attend an event sponsored by a Democratic campaign.
The allegations have raised questions about whether the state used its campaign funds for the event.
CNN News: The Republican Party of Wisconsin is asking the state attorney general in the state to investigate a complaint against a member of the Republican Party over her role in a party fundraiser that allegedly raised more than $3,000.
The complaint comes after the party’s vice presidential candidate, Michael Steele, said the state party was trying to hide a $3 million loss.
CBS News: A police officer was shot in the leg during a violent confrontation in Brooklyn, New York, during a protest against police brutality.
The incident occurred during a rally organized by the Brooklyn Black Lives Matter organization, which is led by Rev. Al Sharpton.
Police say the officer, who has not been identified, was struck by gunfire and is in stable condition.