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Democrats to seek full report.
Puerto Rico loses food stamp funding.
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The closing of Robert S. Mueller III’s investigation has opened the door to fiercer political fights over the president’s judgment and power.
President Trump said “it wouldn’t bother me at all” if the Mueller report was released but said that decision would be up to Attorney General William P. Barr.
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But Attorney General William P. Barr indicated that he would have to talk to special counsel Robert S. Mueller III first.
Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller III on Sunday. (Getty Images)
Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller III on Sunday. (Getty Images)
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For so long, the only pictures of the special counsel were those of him looking like the consummate professional, the man in the crisp white shirt, the dark suit and tie. His expression was neutral. But on Sunday, his report delivered, he could finally smile in public again.
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While Congress delays food-stamp funding, impoverished Puerto Rico residents have already started cutting back.
The high-profile lawyer was arrested and charged in what prosecutors called a brazen bid to extort millions from Nike by threatening to damage its image.
Jeremy Richman, 49, had founded the Avielle Foundation, a nonprofit organization that aims to prevent gun violence and was named after his daughter, who was killed in the 2012 massacre.
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Apple was short on details about how its new services would impact your bottom line.
D.C. schoolteacher Abby Maslin struggled for years to keep her family together as her husband slowly recovered. She chronicles their wrenching journey in a new book.
NCAA Tournament
At 48 straight games picked correctly, the NCAA says it’s the longest run of correct picks it’s ever seen, shattering the previous record of 39 games in 2017.
Twelve defendants appeared to answer charges resulting from an investigation of an alleged plot to compromise the admissions process at several prominent universities.
The frogs secrete a toxic milky substance from their heads when they are handled or threatened. It can burn eyes, irritate skin and pose a serious danger to cats and dogs if the toads are ingested, officials said.
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