kathleen kane

The week began with a speech Donald Trump read off a TelePrompTer. And in a stunning development -- are you sitting down? -- he then did not stomp all over his message by saying monumentally stupid things for the rest of the week. No, really!
Kane could face up to seven years in prison for leaking information to a reporter.
She was accused of leaking grand jury information to a reporter.
The difference between Texas and Pennsylvania is that the legislators in Pennsylvania are willing to take steps to remove someone from office who fails to see why she shouldn't continue to serve. Legislators in Texas see nothing wrong in having an attorney general under indictment continuing to serve.
When prosecutors and judges feel comfortable sending each other racist and sexually explicit emails for fun, something is wrong. This same cozy and corrupt system allowed my innocence to be swept under the rug for years. It's time for accountability and justice for me and so many others who have suffered from wrongful convictions.
Unlike impeachment, which requires indictment by the House and trial by the Senate, direct removal of a state officeholder only requires a two-thirds vote in the Senate after "a full hearing."
The state attorney general has rejected calls for her resignation as she awaits trial.
Kane is facing criminal charges after being accused of leaking secret information and lying under oath.
They are connected to the perjury charges against Attorney General Kathleen Kane.
Most say she's not doing a good job as the state's attorney general.