The political showdown over the Russia investigation began in earnest Saturday even before the special counsel’s conclusions were known to the public. Attorney General William P. Barr spent the day privately reviewing Robert S. Mueller III’s report.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called for full disclosure of the special counsel’s report and said she would reject a classified briefing for a select few lawmakers.
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Nearly every organization Donald Trump has run in the last decade remains under investigation by state or federal authorities.
For 674 days, Democratic voters have been waiting to see whether his team would find irrefutable evidence that President Trump conspired with Russia on the 2016 election.
Agriculture losses are mounting across the Midwest in the wake of historic floods.
The senator from California is building connections with a range of communities that have kept a greater distance from other Democratic presidential candidates.
The changes could mark an early step toward remedying the safety concerns that have gripped the global aviation industry following deadly plane crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia.
The rescues took place under difficult conditions that included wind gusts of up to 43 mph and waves over 26 feet. Some 17 people were hospitalized with injuries, police said.
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