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William Webster, Ex-FBI, CIA Director, Is Selling D.C. Home for $2.8M

By Steve Neavling

William Webster, the former director of the FBI and CIA, is selling his 1947 home in Washington D.C. for $2.8 million, The Washington Post reports

The 4,530-square-foot home was designed by famed architect Van Tuyl Hart Bien and includes a sunken living room with French doors, a family room with a gas fireplace, and a bedroom with a fireplace and balcony. 

Webster and his wife Lynda purchased the house in 1993. 

Webster was the FBI director from 1978 to 1987 and head of the CIA from 1987 to 1991. 

FBI Begins Investigating Handling of Classified Documents Removed from Trump’s White House

By Steve Neavling

The FBI is starting to investigate former President Trump for removing 15 boxes of White House records that contained classified documents, The New York Times reports.

The records were taken from the White House at the end of Trump’s term and were found at his Palm Beach resort Mar-a-Lago after he left office. 

The Justice Department said the investigation is in its preliminary stages. 

The National Archives was ordered not to disclose details about the documents to the House Oversight Committee, which is conducting its own investigation. 

In turn, committee Chairwoman Carolyn B. Maloney, D-N.Y., accused the Justice Department of obstructing the committee’s probe, The Washington Post reports.

In a letter Thursday to Attorney General Merrick Garland, Maloney requested an explanation.

“The Committee does not wish to interfere in any manner with any potential or ongoing investigation by the Department of Justice,” Maloney wrote. “However, the Committee has not received any explanation as to why the Department is preventing NARA from providing information to the Committee that relates to compliance with the [Presidential Records Act], including unclassified information describing the contents of the 15 boxes from Mar-a-Lago.”