The Justice Department's internal watchdog will release a highly anticipated report Monday that is expected to reject President Trump’s claims that the Russia investigation was illegitimate and tainted by political bias from FBI leaders.
By Brendan Farrington, Mike Balsamo, Associated Press
The FBI is working under the presumption that a fatal shooting at a Florida naval base carried out by an aviation student from Saudi Arabia was an act of terrorism, the agency said Sunday.
By Andrew Dalton, Associated Press
Caroll Spinney, who gave Big Bird his warmth and Oscar the Grouch his growl for nearly 50 years on “Sesame Street,” died Sunday at the age of 85 at his home in Connecticut, according to the Sesame Workshop.
By Hope Yen, Associated Press
Speeding toward impeachment, the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee said Sunday he expects the committee to vote soon on charges against President Trump that will focus on abuse of power on Ukraine and obstruction in the congressional inquiry.
A Saudi Arabian military officer who shot and killed three people and wounded eight others Friday at the Naval Air Station Pensacola in Florida had watched videos of mass shootings with other Saudi nationals just a day before the rampage,…
By Calvin Woodward, Hope Yen, Associated Press
A look at some remarks by President Trump from the NATO summit in London and from back home as the Democratic effort to impeach him moves ahead.
By Audrey McAvoy, Associated Press
A dozen frail survivors of the attack on Pearl Harbor returned Saturday to honor those who perished when Japanese planes pierced a quiet sunny morning 78 years ago and rained bombs on battleships lined up below.
By Jared Orsi, The Conversation
Many observers fear that the 30-foot border wall with nighttime floodlighting will harm wildlife, lower the water table and destroy archaeological treasures. Crowds are visiting the site to protest the concrete and steel barrier.
By Bill Kaczor, Brendan Farrington, Associated Press
The Saudi student who fatally shot three people at a U.S. naval base in Florida hosted a dinner party earlier in the week where he and three others watched videos of mass shootings, a U.S. official told The Associated Press…
By Nasser Karimi, Jon Gambrell, Associated Press
Iran and the U.S. conducted a prisoner exchange Saturday that saw a detained Princeton scholar released for an Iranian scientist held by America, marking a rare diplomatic breakthrough between Tehran and Washington after months of tensions.
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