Peter Stone

McClatchy Newspapers

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On Monday, the Justice Department announced espionage charges against Maria Butina. She says she’s a Russian gun-rights advocate. Butina was arrested on Sunday in Washington.

What we know about the Russian woman indicted on espionage charges and her link with the NRA

On Monday, the Justice Department announced espionage charges against Maria Butina. She says she’s a Russian gun-rights advocate. Butina was arrested on Sunday in Washington.

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The NRA donated at least $30 million to Donald Trump’s campaign. But the FBI is now investigating whether some of that money was funneled from a Russian banker named Alexander Torskin.

FBI investigates whether NRA funneled Russian money to Trump

The NRA donated at least $30 million to Donald Trump’s campaign. But the FBI is now investigating whether some of that money was funneled from a Russian banker named Alexander Torskin.

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"Hillary Clinton is running a child sex ring out of a pizza shop."

Fake news microtargeting now part of Russia investigation

"Hillary Clinton is running a child sex ring out of a pizza shop."

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