New York Times
The New York Times reports that the FBI and U.S. Department of Justice prosecutors are investigating St. Louis Cardinals front-office officials for hacking into the internal networks of the Houston Astros.
Jurors convicted 47-year-old Jeffrey Sterling, of O’Fallon, Missouri, of all nine counts he faced in federal court.
Wilson’s defense attorney, Neil Bruntrager, says he has not told his client to breathe a sigh of relief just yet – he’s heard nothing from the Justice Department.
The New York Times is reporting Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson quietly got married last month to a fellow Ferguson police officer.
A doctor who built his own coffin has died.
The New York Times story highlighting Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster in an investigative report on special interest money reminds me of another Missouri attorney general who paid a steep price after news stories involving financial behavior – Bill Webster.
Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster is called out in a New York Times article saying he called off an investigation into 5-Hour Energy after receiving gifts from lobbyists.
Fitch says he thinks the feds recognize that it’s “probably very unlikely” that there’s going to be charges against Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson.
Today, Kevin visits a popular news stand to measure the decline of newspaper readership…
The network has made a straight-to-series order for 13 episodes of the show to be broadcast in summer 2015.