Letter from deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein offers potential road map to special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe

Letter from deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein offers potential road map to special counsel...

There's no shortage of speculation on the special counsel Robert Mueller’s report, much of it totally uninformed. But we don't need to speculate on the scope – the man who appointed Mueller has already given us a potential road map on what to expect from the special counsel. The bottom line: Do not expect a…
The Russia probe: A timeline from Moscow to Mueller

The Russia probe: A timeline from Moscow to Mueller

President Donald Trump continues to call for the Justice Department to launch investigations into "corruption" at the FBI, "illegal surveillance" of his presidential campaign, and the "phony" and "corrupt dossier," which he still insists started the federal probe of contacts between Russian operatives and his associates. The following is an extensive account of the federal…
2 US service members killed in Afghanistan

2 US service members killed in Afghanistan

Two U.S. service members were killed in Afghanistan on Friday, according to military officials. The two were killed "while conducting an operation," according to a statement from NATO's Resolute Support. There were no further details given about how they were killed or where the incident took place. The victims' names will not be released until…
Tyson recalls 69,000 pounds of chicken strips

Tyson recalls 69,000 pounds of chicken strips

Tyson Foods announced on Thursday it's recalling more than 69,000 pounds of frozen chicken strips that may have been contaminated with pieces of metal. The ready-to-eat strips were produced on Nov. 30 and shipped nationwide, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. (U.S. Department of Agriculture) Tyson Foods is recalling approximately 69,093 pounds of frozen…
Amid lengthy wait for critical Ethiopian Airlines crash data, a carrier asks Boeing to cancel its MAX 8 order

Amid lengthy wait for critical Ethiopian Airlines crash data, a carrier asks Boeing to...

In the latest blow to the world's biggest commercial airline manufacturer, a flagship carrier in Indonesia is asking Boeing if it can cancel a nearly $5 billion order of 737 MAX 8 planes because of lack of consumer trust in the jetliner. Garuda Indonesia, the nation's government-backed airline, ordered nearly 50 Boeing 737 MAX 8s…
ISIS 100 percent eliminated in Syria, White House claims

ISIS 100 percent eliminated in Syria, White House claims

The territorial ISIS caliphate in Syria has now been 100 percent eliminated, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders announced on Friday. President Donald Trump has, on numerous occasions before now, announced ISIS' defeat, but this time it would appeared the claim had the full backing of the White House and Pentagon. Sanders, speaking to the…
Trump intensifies effort to discredit Mueller report

Trump intensifies effort to discredit Mueller report

President Donald Trump is intensifying his efforts to discredit a highly anticipated report on the special counsel's Russia investigation. In an interview with Fox Business Network to be aired Friday, Trump said: "I have a deputy, appoints a man to write a report on me, to make a determination on my presidency. People will not…

Prosecutor who probed President Trump’s ex-lawyer quits

The prosecutor who led a probe of President Donald Trump's former personal attorney is stepping down. Robert Khuzami, who presided over the case that led to guilty pleas by attorney Michael Cohen, will leave his post April 12. A release from U.S. Attorney Geoffrey S. Berman says Khuzami will return to his Washington D.C. home…
Following arrest of K-pop star Jung Joon-young, South Korea deals with fallout of video camera sex scandal

Following arrest of K-pop star Jung Joon-young, South Korea deals with fallout of video...

Police in South Korea are cracking down on the illegal filming and sharing of sex videos amid a widening scandal that uncovered spy cameras in the motel rooms of hundreds of guests and the high-profile arrest of a K-pop celebrity this week. The stepped-up efforts by authorities come as pop star Jung Joon-young was arrested…

Charlottesville schools closed over ‘racially charged’ online threat

Public schools in Charlottesville are shutdown for the second day in a row over an online threat. The threat was "racially charged" though no further specific details about the threat have been shared by the Charlottesville School Board. An investigation involving state and federal authorities is ongoing, according to the Charlottesville City Schools superintendent Rosa…

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