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Unsealed Transcript in Fattah Case Reveals Juror Discussion

During the federal trial of former Rep. Chaka Fattah for corruption, Judge Harvey Bartle III, sealed documents and issued a gag order on all...

Was Bob McDonnell in Jail During Appeal? No. But Chaka Fattah...

if there's one thing about the case of former Congressman Chaka Fattah that's strikingly different than what happened to Virginia's former Governor Bob McDonnell...

Why Was a Juror Who Voted to Acquit 8X Dismissed in...

It’s All Under Seal. Why was a juror who reportedly voted 8 times not to convict former Rep. Chaka Fattah removed from the jury?...

Rep. Chaka Fattah Video: “We’re Going to Prove I’m Innocent”

"I am innocent of each and every one of these allegations," Congressman Chaka Fattah said confidently to a group of reporters outside of federal...

Mollohan, Murtha, Lewis, Young, Weldon, Dicks, Kanjorski… Fattah Indicted

Let's take a look at who the Department of Justice has recently investigated for reasons similar to the allegations alleged in the indictment of...

After FBI Raid That Led to Nothing, Chaka Fattah, Jr. Sues...

Two years ago, the FBI raided the home of the son of Philadelphia Congressman Chaka Fattah: Chaka Fattah, Jr.  Then: Nothing happened.  No indictments....

Black Caucus: 3 Approps Members Set to Move Up After Retirements

In 2015: Fattah (9), Bishop (10), Lee (11). With today's retirement announcement by Rep. Ed Pastor, three Black Caucus members are set to move...

Fattah Wants to Pay Off Debt – Not Sure About Congress,...

A 1% transaction tax could pay off the national debt in a decade. Sounds like a great plan, right? Seven years later, Rep. Chaka Fattah is still pushing it.

Butterfield Leads Democrats in Supporting AT&T/T-Mobile Merger

By letter dated June 24, 2011, Congressmen G.K. Butterfield, D-North Carolina, and Gene Green, D-Texas, led 74 of their colleagues in filing comments to the Federal Communications Commission in support of the pending AT&T/T-Mobile merger.

Redistricting and the Black Caucus

In less than a month we will have a clearer picture of how redistricting will effect the districts of the current 44 black members of the Black Caucus.