“Complete and Total EXONERATION,” President Trump tweeted after a summary of Robert S. Mueller III’s findings was sent to lawmakers. On the question of whether the president might have sought to obstruct the high-profile investigation, “the Special Counsel states that ‘while this report does not conclude that the President committed a crime, it also does not exonerate him’,” attorney general William P. Barr wrote.
House Judiciary Committee Chair Jerrold Nadler (N.Y.) pledged to pick up where investigators left off and call Barr to testify. Republicans, meanwhile, said that Trump had been cleared.
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Once again, William P. Barr is at the center of a protracted and politicized investigation that has dominated his time in office.
The special counsel’s findings have not yet been made public, but the fact that the investigation ended without any further indictments has Republicans declaring victory.
The court has never found that a state’s redistricting plan was so skewed by politics that it violated the constitutional rights of voters. But voters in five states have already reined in power of legislators to draw districts.
Four weeks before a Lion Air jet plunged into the Java Sea in October, Congress passed little noticed provisions that gave Boeing even more power to oversee itself.
A student from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School died in an “apparent suicide” on Saturday night, Coral Springs police said.
Nearly 500 passengers were individually airlifted from the stranded ship before it finally made it safely to port.
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The No. 2-seeded Volunteers blew a 25-point lead in the second half before securing an 83-77 victory against the Hawkeyes.
The flurry of messages provides a case study of the ramifications of the president’s eager Twitter finger, from global markets to the darkest depths of the Internet.
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