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Andreessen Horowitz hires its 15th general partner

A16z has tapped General Atlantic's David George to focus on late-stage deals. more

Tesla’s top attorney leaves after two months on job due to ‘poor cultural fit’

Tesla’s general counsel, a veteran trial lawyer, has been replaced with a company insider just two months after taking the post. Dane Butswinkas, who was named Tesla general counsel in December, is leaving the company, Tesla confirmed. Jonathan Chang, who was… more

New York Attorney General Opens Investigation of Trump Projects

The office of Attorney General Letitia James of New York issued a subpoena to Deutsche Bank on Monday, opening a new front in the scrutiny of its relationship with President Trump. more

California Today: California Today: The Power of the Attorney General

Monday: The district attorney won’t criminally prosecute officers who shot Stephon Clark; undocumented women face sexual assault on the border; and Zlatan Ibrahimovic more

General Catalyst just carved out an aggressive new seed-stage program — here’s what to know

General Catalyst is diving more seriously into the business of funding seed-stage startups. To wit, the venture firm is announcing today that it plans to invest at least $25 million each year in nascent teams that “can’t be too early” for the firm to see, acc… more

Guatemala seeks arrest of former attorney general Thelma Aldana

An arrest warrant is issued for former attorney general Thelma Aldana, who is running for president. more

Two Chairs nabs $7M for its client-therapist matching app and brick-and-mortar clinics

The mental health startup raised the funds from Maveron, an investor in Allbirds, Everlane and General Assembly. more

Fang Fenghui: China's ex-top general jailed for life

Many officials have been jailed in what President Xi Jinping says is an anti-corruption drive. more

Will the Mueller Report Be Made Public? It’s Largely Up to the New Attorney General

The rules governing the special counsel give considerable discretion to Attorney General William P. Barr to decide what to make public. Democrats say it should be everything. more

Trudeau’s Ex-Attorney General: ‘Veiled Threats’ Were Made to Drop Case

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in Parliament on Wednesday. He has repeatedly insisted he never acted improperly when discussing a criminal case with his former attorney general, Jody Wilson-Raybould. more

What if the Mueller Report Demands Bold Action?

If Mueller’s findings compel legal action, the attorney general should reconsider the policy against indictment of a sitting president. more

California Today: California Today: California’s Latest Fight With the Trump Administration

Attorney General Xavier Becerra of California said in an interview that the president himself had undercut his argument that there was an emergency at the border. more

California Today: California Today: What’s Next for the Stephon Clark Case

Wednesday: Attorney General Xavier Becerra won’t prosecute officers; a win for transparency advocates on charter schools; and a California Michelin guide more

Starr: Yes, a sitting president can be indicted

Former Solicitor General Ken Starr says he thinks a sitting president can be indicted, contrary to Justice Department protocol. more

How to Enable Google Chrome's New Dark Mode (and More)

Google announced that the latest update for the Chrome browser, Chrome 73, has begun rolling out to Windows, Mac, and Linux platforms. While these updates normally cover security fixes, system-level changes, and new tools for developers, Chrome 73 also includ… more

Saudi Arabia Tortured a U.S. Citizen, His Son Tells Congress

During a confirmation hearing for President Trump’s nominee for ambassador to Riyadh, the retired general John Abizaid, senators from both parties raised Dr. Fitaihi’s case. more

Pentagon Brass Bafflingly Accuses Google of Providing 'Direct Benefit' to China's Military

There are many reasons to be critical of Google. But on Thursday, General Joseph Dunford, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, stopped just short of accusing the tech giant of treason. Read more... more

Robinson Cano Is Getting a Fresh Start, as the Mets’ Oldest Player

Cano, 36, who missed 80 games last season with Seattle because of a failed drug test, came to the Mets in a trade engineered by Brodie Van Wagenen, his former agent and now the team’s general manager. more

Mueller Report Expected to Go to Justice Department Within Weeks

The new attorney general, William Barr, is preparing to receive a report on the special counsel’s investigation. He will then have to decide how much of it to make public. more

Canadian auto union faces Catch-22 in General Motors fight

Jerry Dias, the leader of Canada's auto union, is unsparing in his rhetorical attacks on General Motors Co's decision to close its Oshawa, Ontario, assembly plant and lay off thousands of union workers by year-end. more