Flynn Case Ends, Job Loss Record Smashed : Politics Podcast After months of wrangling following the Russia probe, prosecutors will not go ahead with the case against Michael Flynn based on the former national security adviser's false statements to the FBI. And U.S. employers shed a record number of jobs in April, as the unemployment rate climbed to the highest since the Great Depression.

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Roundup: Flynn Case Renews Questions About DoJ Politicization, Record Job Losses

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Roundup: Flynn Case Renews Questions About DoJ Politicization, Record Job Losses

Roundup: Flynn Case Renews Questions About DoJ Politicization, Record Job Losses

Roundup: Flynn Case Renews Questions About DoJ Politicization, Record Job Losses

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After months of wrangling following the Russia probe, prosecutors will not go ahead with the case against Michael Flynn based on the former national security adviser's false statements to the FBI. And U.S. employers shed a record number of jobs in April, as the unemployment rate climbed to the highest since the Great Depression.

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