Monday, May 17, 2021
Monday, May 17, 2021

Richard Burr Steps Down as Senate Intelligence Chairman During Stock Scandal

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Burr stepping down as intelligence chairman during probe into stock trades after coronavirus briefings, Your Content has learned.

Your Content readers were among the first to know that FBI agents raided the North Carolina republican lawmaker’s home on May 13.

Federal agents seized Burr’s cell phone after they served a search warrant on the Republican at his residence in the Washington area, a law enforcement official told the Times.

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