Former U.S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert has reached a deal with prosecutors and expects to plead guilty to wrongdoing in a hush-money case, his lawyers told a federal judge in Chicago on Thursday.
More than a month after Hastert's indictment, the identity of the person who sources said was a victim of sexual misconduct by Hastert in connection with his years as a teacher and wrestling coach at ...
Tuesday's hearing came amid a deepening mystery surrounding Hastert's alleged wrongdoing during his days as a teacher and wrestling coach decades ago in Yorkville, Illinois.
Former U.S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert has hired longtime Washington criminal defense attorney Thomas Green to represent him.
Unlike Newt Gingrich, whose own serial adulteries became a national joke, Dennis Hastert was evidently never suspected of any such “misconduct,” as the indictment described it. Republicans keep telling everyone how shocked they are, but ...
While Washington acts bewildered by Hastert's sexual impropriety, they find it not worthy of mention -- much less condemnation -- that he has long been immersed in the immoral swamp of Washington's game of money ...
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Former House Speaker Dennis Hastert (R-IL) was paying hush money to conceal sexual misconduct, according to official sources.
The Department of Justice has charged former House Speaker Dennis Hastert (R-IL) with lying to federal agents, and attempting conceal the nature and purpose of several large cash withdrawals over a four-year period.