- A federal judge denies a request from President Trump's personal attorney to review documents seized in a raid last week before feds, will consider allowing a third party to ensure attorney-client confidentiality is preserved
- Sean Hannity responds to revelation that he is a 'client' of Trump's embattled attorney, saying he had no personal interest in last week's raid of Michael Cohen
- A former assistant FBI director blasts James Comey's book as it hits stores on Tuesday, calling the fired FBI director's actions 'unworthy' of the bureau
- Russian and Syrian officials blocked investigators from the scene of the suspected chemical attack, a watchdog group says
- Orange County city council votes again to opt out of California's sanctuary state law
THE LEAD STORY - HIGH DRAMA IN COHEN HEARING: A federal judge on Monday denied a request from President Trump's personal attorney Michael Cohen to review the documents seized from the lawyer's home and office last week before prosecutors see them, dealing a setback to Trump's legal team ... U.S. District Judge Kimbra Wood said that she had faith in the Justice Department's so-called "taint team" to isolate materials protected by attorney-client privilege, but added that she would consider allowing a neutral third party requested by Cohen to weigh in. However, that was only part of the developments at the hearing.