Special counsel is investigating Trump for possible obstruction of justice, officials say
Mueller is interviewing senior intelligence officials as the Russia probe widens.
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The Fix •  Analysis
Three prongs of the Russia investigation, explained
The special counsel is probing possible collusion, obstruction and financial crimes.
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Dennis Rodman just gave Kim Jong Un ‘The Art of the Deal.’ And it may be a genius move.
The North Korean leader could learn a lot about Trump’s negotiating style from his landmark book.
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Right Turn •  Opinion
The criminal investigation of Trump puts his presidency in peril
The probe is extensive and serious.
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After shooting at GOP baseball practice, investigators probe trail of political anger left by attacker
House Majority Whip Steve Scalise remained in critical condition as colleagues planned to move ahead with traditional baseball game in show of political unity.
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The Plum Line •  Opinion
Trump is now under investigation, and he has no one to blame but himself
Trump’s claims of persecution are deeply worrisome. They suggest he might try to get the special counsel fired.
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Dutch fishermen caught a rare two-headed sea creature. What happened next would horrify scientists.
Even today, in an age of science, it might appear to many people to be a two-headed sea monster.
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Politics •  Analysis
The Republican response to reports of an investigation into Trump, annotated
Examining the defense of the president.
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The Plum Line •  Opinion
Republicans are privately angry at Trump for accidentally unmasking their big scam
Uh, oops?
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Fact Checker •  Analysis
Trump’s claim that Americans ‘built the Golden Gate Bridge in four years and the Hoover Dam in five’
Trump only focuses on the years of construction, not the many years that it took to prepare and plan before breaking ground on the Golden Gate Bridge or Hoover Dam.
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On Twitter, Trump decries obstruction probe tied to ‘phony’ Russia collusion story
Analysis | After the shootings, calls for unity amid recriminations and finger-pointing
The Latest: Putin attacks opposition leaders
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The baseball gunman posted my cartoon on his Facebook page. Here’s my response.
Dare I say?
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Gabrielle Giffords: We need courage to face our gun-safety problem now
What do many mass shooters have in common? A history of domestic violence.
What the London fire tells us about the crisis of Western democracy
Trump predictably abandons the AHCA — and Democrats’ 2018 gift comes early
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All the reasons Conor McGregor doesn’t stand a chance against Floyd Mayweather
The early Vegas odds reflect this.
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Perspective | The Warriors are speaking their political beliefs, and the NBA is just fine with that
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Attacked while running, woman drowns rabid raccoon in puddle
A Maine woman says a rabid raccoon attacked her while she was out for a run, so she drowned it in a puddle.
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Doctors just separated twin girls joined at the head in one of the world’s rarest surgeries
As a prosecutor, Kamala Harris’s doggedness was praised. As a senator, she’s deemed ‘hysterical.’
UPS gunman filed a workplace grievance three months before deadly shooting rampage
‘Bags and bags and bags’ of meth-infused lollipops seized in $1 million Texas bust
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ISIS drones are attacking U.S. troops and disrupting airstrikes in Raqqa, officials say
Death toll in London inferno rises to 17 as investigators comb fire-gutted tower
The NSA has linked the WannaCry computer worm to North Korea
London fire death toll at 17; ‘miracle’ if anymore survivors
Trump set to unveil new Cuba policy after promising to reverse Obama’s ‘bad deal’
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Scientists say the rapid sinking of Louisiana’s coast already counts as a ‘worst case scenario’
The Pentagon is building robotic wingmen to fly alongside fighter planes
Trump critics are boycotting Dolce & Gabbana. The brand trolled them with $245 T-shirts.
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David Bonderman resigns from Uber board after making joke about women at company event on sexual harassment
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick takes leave amid sweeping changes at company
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The COVFEFE Act would preserve Trump’s tweets as presidential records
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