In his time as special counsel, Robert Mueller has made headlines more than once.
Democrats sniped at the Justice Department's plans for the release of the Mueller report, accusing DOJ of working to "spin" Mueller's findings.
The man, who remains unidentified but is believed to be "patient zero" in Michigan, traveled to the Great Lake state from New York in March.
This is an extensive account of the federal counterintelligence probe, laid out in a detailed timeline.
Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers wants to renegotiate the state's nearly $3 billion contract with Foxconn Technology Group, saying it's "unrealistic" to think the company will employ 13,000 people as originally promised
The day before the Mueller report is set to be released, President Donald Trump said he might hold a news conference on Thursday.
The National Transportation Safety Board will ultimately determine probable cause of the accident upon completion of the investigation.
The Justice Department said Thursday that 60 people, including doctors and pharmacists, were arrested across five states in an "Appalachia' opioid takedown.
Chanel Lewis' attorneys filed a motion on Wednesday citing three allegations of juror misconduct throughout the trial and during deliberations.
Abortion rights advocates asked the U.S. Supreme Court to strike down a controversial Louisiana law requiring abortion doctors to have hospital admitting privileges.
Florida prosecutors said they are adhering to state law.
Former president Alan García was to be detained in a corruption probe.
Documents released Tuesday showed state's attorney Kim Foxx said things about Jussie Smollett and R. Kelly.
Upping pressure on Cuba, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced Wednesday the Trump administration will allow lawsuits against companies using confiscated property.
France's prime minister has announced "an international architecture competition" to rebuild the iconic arrow-like spire atop the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris.
Attorney General Barr orders that some asylum seekers will be held without bail.
Teen cllimate change activist Greta Thunberg meets Pope Francis.
NASA astronaut Christina Koch will stay in space through February 2020, earning her a new place in history.
The video shows a masked man as he approaches a woman's home with a crossbow.
The rally was his second of the day in Iowa.
An international charity says President Donald Trump's veto of a congressional resolution to end U.S. military assistance for Saudi Arabia's war in Yemen "will only mean more suffering and death."
The storm will move onto the East Coast on Friday.
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A search is underway in Colorado for a Fort Carson soldier who vanished Monday night, officials said.
Authorities consider the fire an accident.
The rally was his second of the day in Iowa.
There has been a spate of Saudi young people fleeing the country.
The shooting marked the largest killing of journalists in U.S. history.
President Donald Trump has vetoed a resolution to stop U.S. involvement in a Saudi- and Emirati-led campaign in Yemen.
President Donald Trump has vetoed a bill Congress passed to end U.S. military assistance in the Saudi Arabia-led war in Yemen
All Denver metropolitan-area schools were placed on lockdown in response to the threats.
Staff Sgt. Joshua Braica, a Marine Raider, was killed over the weekend in a tactical vehicle accident at Camp Pendleton, California. Two others were injured.
The woman, believing the man was her ride-share driver, got in his car and went home. She told police he demanded that she pay him but she said she'd paid on the app.
Firefighters battled the blaze for nine hours to bring it under control.
While President Donald Trump and the White House are uncertain about what will be revealed in the Mueller report, sources say they are preparing an aggressive response.
A 20-year-old man was killed by a customs agent during a 2015 police raid.
Government working to open two new tent facilities to hold up to 1,000 migrants.
The city had refused to allow an Islamic group to develop a Muslim cemetery.
A white supremacist ran down and killed a young black man in Oregon in 2016.
Group says gun rights groups are behind "Second Amendment sanctuary."
Native American leaders say state and local actions impede tribal voters.
Man jailed for domestic violence was freed after a nonprofit posted $5,000 bail.
Authorities said the trio were operating a dark web storefront called 'Sinmed.'
After Notre Dame's fire on Monday, many people have expressed concern for the relics and artifacts that were inside.
The investigation will look into whether unlawful conduct or conditions affected the welfare and safety of the thoroughbreds.
The suspect was being held on felony charges of premeditated murder.
Liberals are accusing House Speaker Nancy Pelosi of dragging her feet in defending Omar, a Muslim congresswoman, against President Donald Trump's attacks.
Hundreds posting photos and memories of visits to Notre Dame Cathedral.
The World Health Organization reports that preliminary global data shows that reported cases of measles are up by 300% in 2019 compared to the same timeframe in 2018.
Danquirs Franklin, 27, was shot dead by a police officer on March 25. New body cam footage shows the shooting.
A friend of Georgia Engel, the actress who was part of "The Mary Tyler Moore Show," says she has died at age 70
Austin Harrouff is charged with two counts of first-degree murder.
World leaders expressed their dismay and solidarity with the people of France after the Notre Dame Cathedral burned in a great fire.
Former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld is the first Republican to jump in and challenge President Donald Trump for the party's nomination.
Democrats seeking more information about President Donald Trump's personal and business finances and dealings subpoena Deutsche Bank.
The earliest allegations against Harvey Joseph Fountain date back to the 1970s.
Over the weekend, 41 tornadoes were confirmed in nine states.
It's Tuesday, April 16, 2019. Here's what you need to know to start your day.
Before the blaze, restoration costs already had been estimated at $170 million.
Firefighters declared the blaze had been fully put out on Tuesday morning.
The donations come from the LVMH group chief, among others.
YouTube said it's anti-misinformation tool made "the wrong call" on Monday.
The heart was created by researchers at the University of Tel Aviv.
It was the first golden eagle in Yellowstone to be fitted with a tracking device
South Florida Sun Sentinel and Pittsburgh Post-Gazette have won Pulitzer Prizes.
The man is linked to admitted Russian covert agent Maria Butina.
Those tiny little bottles pose a bit plastic problem.
Notre Dame was built starting in 1160 and ending in 1260, centuries before any country in North America, South America, or Africa was formally founded.
United States officials gave verbal assurances to Ecuadorian authorities that WikiLeak founder Julian Assange would not face the death penalty in the U.S.
Republican Gov. Doug Burgum says he carefully considered all arguments.