“The job of Congress is much broader than the job of the special counsel,” one top Democrat said as his party and Republicans jostled to set expectations over the report.More
A cruise ship stranded off Norway’s western coast that airlifted more than half its passengers to safety amid a ferocious storm has now reached port.More
As a series of Brexit votes loom following a weekend that saw hundreds of thousands take to the streets of London demanding a second referendum, U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May received the backing of several ministers who dismissed reports of a "coup" against the embattled leader.More
Top GOP Judiciary Committee member: Trump 'proved right' on Mueller probe, as Nadler warns of 'cover-up'
House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler, D-N.Y., speaking to "Fox News Sunday," vowed that congressional investigators press on and continue to investigate President Trump and warned of a possibly unfolding Justice Department "cover-up," even as he acknowledged that Special Counsel Robert Mueller has apparently closed his investigation without indicting a single American for illegally colluding with Russia.More
Shots were fired into the empty office of the attorney representing a white police officer acquitted Friday in the fatal shooting of unarmed black teen Antwon Rose II, and protests in Pittsburgh continued Saturday.More
Thai elections: Pro-democracy and military-linked parties appear almost deadlocked in surprise early results
Ahead of the elections, changes to voting rules were widely seen as a way to give the junta the electoral advantage.More