Less Than Full Disclosure

FBI reports on Labor Secretary Donovan turn up—belatedly

When New York Attorney Leon Silverman was appointed in December as a special prosecutor to investigate Labor Secretary Raymond Donovan, he knew that gathering information about the business dealings of the former New Jersey construction executive would be difficult. But Silverman probably did not realize that he would also have to spend time trying to ferret out information from the FBI. The bureau conceded last week that it had failed to provide the special prosecutor, as well as the Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee, which...

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