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Michael Cohen says he will plead the Fifth Amendment in the Stormy Daniels case

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Getty Images President Donald Trump's long-time personal attorney Michael Cohen, center, exits a New York court on April 16, 2018 in New York City. President Trump's personal attorney Michael Cohen says he will plead the Fifth Amendment in the case brought by adult film star Stormy Daniels. Cohen made the assertion in a signed statement filed in federal court Wednesday. He said in the filing he would assert his Fifth Amendment rights against self-incrimination because of a criminal investigation targeting him, which led to his New York office, home and hotel room being raided by federal agents earlier this month. More from USA Today: Ex-Playboy model Karen McDougal settles with AMI, can discuss alleged Trump affair Stormy Daniels and lawyer offer $100K reward to identify 'thug' she said threatened her Trump is at center of lawsuits from former Playboy model, former 'Apprentice' contestant Cohen said federal investigators seized various electronic devices and documents, which he says include information pertaining to a $130,000 payment Cohen made to Daniels to keep her silent about accusations of an affair with Donald Trump. Trump has denied the affair and knowing anything about the payment. Daniels, whose legal name is Stephanie Clifford, is suing Cohen and Trump in hopes of being freed from the agreement. Daniels' lawyer, Michael Avenatti, previou…

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US stocks set to for a weak open as rising yields unnerve investors

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U.S. stock index futures slipped ahead of Wednesday's open, as markets reacted to the U.S. 10-year Treasury yield cracking the 3 percent mark. div > div.group > p:first-child"> Around 5:30 a.m. ET, Dow futures fell 87 points, indicating a lower open of 93.13 points. The Nasdaq and the S&P 500 futures indicated a negative start to Wednesday's session for their respective markets. Michael Nagle | Bloomberg | Getty Images Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York, U.S., on Friday, April 20, 2018. The moves in pre-market trade came after…

DACA restart ordered by federal judge

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A federal judge delivered another blow to President Trump’s attempt to roll back the Obama-era DACA program, ruling Tuesday that last year’s revocation was illegal and the entire program could have to be restarted. That goes beyond other judges, who had also ruled the phaseout illegal but had only ordered Homeland Security to accept renewal applications from people who’d already been awarded DACA before. Judge John D. Bates’s ruling would require a full restart, meaning even illegal immigrant “Dreamers” who’d never been approved before would now be abl…

Patton Oswalt lauds late wife Michelle McNamara after Joseph DeAngelo arrest

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Comedian Patton Oswalt is crediting his late wife for her work in pursuit of the so-called Golden State Killer. In an Instagram video on Wednesday, Oswalt says: “You did it, Michelle.” Michelle McNamara had made it her mission to find the person responsible for at least 12 murders and 50 rapes throughout California in the 1970s and 80s. McNamara died in her sleep at the age of 46 in April 2016 before she could finish the book she was writing about the case. Oswalt helped finish the book and it became a No. 1 New York Times best-seller. On Wednesday, authorities said a DNA match le…

Maker of popular Juul e-cigarette says it wants to help stop teens from using its products

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Brianna Soukup | Portland Press Herald | Getty Images Ryan Purington, an employee at Lucky Juju, holds a JUUL vape in his hand. The store started stocking the vapes last month and Purington said that they are 'flying off' the shelves because they are discreet, easy to use and powerful. The company behind the popular e-cigarette Juul says it wants to help stop minors from using its products, one day after federal regulators opened the door to taking enforcement action against the company. div > div.group > p:first-child"> The e-cigarette has become so popular among te…