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"Broncos had forty Niners KOA, NewsRadio iheartradio station. From ABC news. I'm Todd at President Trump's former attorney and fixer has provided federal prosecutors with ammunition and the Russian investigation and beyond in new court filings Friday when Michael Cohen paid off stormy Daniels and Karen McDougal to keep them quiet about their alleged affairs with Donald Trump. Federal prosecutors said he coordinated his actions with one or more members of the Trump campaign when Cohen was trying to arrange at Trump branded skyscraper in Moscow. The special counsel said he provided a detailed account of his involvement in the project and the involvement of others who these others are the new documents do not say, but it's clear Cohen's discussions with the feds have exposed them to potential charges. Aaron katersky. ABC news, New York. President Trump tweeted Friday, totally clears the president. Thank you. But in fact, the court filing say the president directed Cohen to make payments to hide extramarital affairs. Cohen will be sentenced on December twelfth. And after he signed his plea agreement the special counsel said Paul Manafort lied about his contact with Trump administration officials. He told Robert. He had no communications with the administration. But a new court documents said he was having direct contact with the administration in February of this year, and indirect communication and may of this year. Fire and emergency workers treating victims in central Italy. After six dozen of six people died and dozens injured Saturday when someone's spray noxious substance at a nightclub sending people scrambling to the exits and Coronado by the Adriatic Sea five of the dead were minors. James, Alex fields junior the manager of his car into a crowd of counter. Protesters at a white nationalist rally in Virginia last year found guilty of first degree murder. Sentencing starts on Monday. It's raining in Houston, Texas. There's growing concern for flooding. Officials are warning residents in problem areas to get out now all they can still drive on Wall Street. The Dow plummeted five hundred fifty eight points Friday. This is ABC news.."