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"Federal prosecutors say President Trump's longtime personal attorney Michael Cohen should receive a substantial prison sentence of roughly four years for tax fraud and campaign finance crimes. Correspondent MG Lee says prosecutors, but the southern district of New York accused Cowan of line to them about his contacts with Russia. He passage from this at the NY filing that sums up the theory of all of this. It says after cheating the IRS for years line to banks into congress, and seeking to criminally influence, the presidential election coincineration to plead guilty rather than seek a pardon from his many many bowl crimes does not make him a hero in Robert Muller's fi filing. He said Cohen had provided information and did not recommend additional jail time. As far as former Trump campaign chairman, Paul Manafort. Is concerned special counsel? Investigators found Manafort lied to them on five separate occasions correspondent Pamela Brown. Says Muller believes Manafort wasn't tight with Trump. Administration officials this year was indicted in October he has been in jail since June. So in that time period mother steam is saying that Paul Manafort did have these communications have certainly raises the question, why did Manafort tell prosecutors he didn't have these communications with people within the Trump administration. That's correspondent Pamela Brown. Reporting. Nastase new Mars Lander has captured the first sounds of the Martian wind the jeopar- laboratory released audio clips of the alien wind today and they've been amplified. So you can hear it better. The low frequency rumblings were collected by the insight Lander during its first week and a half of operations at Mars the noises of the wind blowing against insights, solar panels, and the resulting vibration of the entire spacecraft. The sounds are recorded by an air pressure sensor inside the Lander that's part of a weather station as well as a seismometers on the deck of the spacecraft. We'll check the reds next.."