“Something is rotten in Denmark” remains one of the best-known lines from the late 16th century Shakespeare play “Hamlet” – a line referencing the day’s festering moral and political corruption. Four centuries later, it appropriately describes revelations emerging from Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s ongoing investigation into an alleged Donald Trump/Russia conspiracy impacting the 2016 presidential [...] (Date:12/21/2017 01:32) Read full article >>

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