‘More damning than all those reports’: Watergate, Whitewater officials react to Mueller report

‘More damning than all those reports’: Watergate, Whitewater officials react to Mueller report

CLOSE Attorney General William Barr continues to frustrate Democrats over the Mueller report. Mike Thompson, Detroit Free Press WASHINGTON – Those involved in high-profile investigations into past presidents had a lot to say about special counsel Robert Mueller's report and the examination into whether President Donald Trump committed any crimes.  From those involved in the…
‘Live and let live’: Florida woman armed with machete uses it to save venomous coral snake

‘Live and let live’: Florida woman armed with machete uses it to save venomous...

"I grabbed my boots and machete and assessed the situation, and then I used the machete to scoop it into the pitcher," Michelle Redfern said.
Trump campaign was an eager beneficiary of Russian election help, Mueller report concludes

Trump campaign was an eager beneficiary of Russian election help, Mueller report concludes

WASHINGTON — The Russian government undertook a "sweeping and systematic" campaign to help Donald Trump win the White House in 2016, believing it would benefit from his presidency, and found campaign aides eager to benefit from their help, special counsel Robert Mueller concluded in a report released Thursday. The investigation did not find that the president…
Sarah Sanders admits she lied about FBI trust in Comey – and other false statements revealed in Mueller report

Sarah Sanders admits she lied about FBI trust in Comey – and other false statements...

CLOSE Attorney General Barr announced that the special counsel found that while Russia interfered in the 2016 election, there was "no collusion" by Trump. USA TODAY Lies, damned lies and presidential aides' misstatements. The Mueller report on Thursday revealed several instances when aides to President Donald Trump, while under oath, acknowledged that statements they once stood…
4,200+ flights delayed, 760+ canceled ahead of busy Easter, Passover travel weekend

4,200+ flights delayed, 760+ canceled ahead of busy Easter, Passover travel weekend

Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about 4,200+ flights delayed, 760+ canceled ahead of busy Easter, Passover travel weekend The U.S. city with the most flight cancellations is Dallas. Post to Facebook Sent! A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Posted! A link has…
High school junior does what no MLB player has done before: Hit for home run cycle

High school junior does what no MLB player has done before: Hit for home...

A high school baseball player in Ohio has done what no one in Major League Baseball history has done before: hit for the home run cycle. Taken alone, that Perrysburg High School junior Luke Borer hit four homers in a 22-14 win on Monday night puts him in elite company, tying him for the second-most in…
Bradley Welsh, former boxer who appeared in ‘Trainspotting 2,’ shot dead in Scotland

Bradley Welsh, former boxer who appeared in ‘Trainspotting 2,’ shot dead in Scotland

Flowers are placed at a location from "T2 Trainspotting" in memory of boxer-turned-actor Bradley Welsh, who was fatally shot Wednesday near his home in Edinburgh, Scotland. (Photo: Jane Barlow, AP) Bradley Welsh, the former boxer who landed the role of a gangster in 2017's "T2 Trainspotting" has been shot dead near his home in Edinburgh, Scotland. Newspaper The…
Read special counsel Robert Mueller’s report into President Trump, Russian interference

Read special counsel Robert Mueller’s report into President Trump, Russian interference

CLOSE USA TODAY Justice Correspondent Kristine Phillips on three things to look for in the redacted Mueller report. USA TODAY WASHINGTON – The Justice Department released a redacted version of special counsel Robert Mueller's report, chronicling the results of his lengthy investigation into the Trump campaign and Russia's efforts to interfere in the 2016 election.  The 448-page…
Prosecutors want Felicity Huffman to serve 4-10 months in college bribery case

Prosecutors want Felicity Huffman to serve 4-10 months in college bribery case

Autoplay Show Thumbnails Show Captions Last SlideNext Slide Federal prosecutors say actress Felicity Huffman should serve between four and 10 months for her role in the college bribery scam, though her plea agreement, obtained by USA TODAY, indicates they plan to recommend a number toward the lower end of that scale. The plea agreement does not specify…
Childbirth safety requirements seek to protect pregnant, new mothers

Childbirth safety requirements seek to protect pregnant, new mothers

CLOSE Shantel Smith developed an infection after a stillbirth at Touro Infirmary in New Orleans in 2011. In an ongoing lawsuit, Smith alleges that delayed diagnosis and treatment resulted in devastating amputations of her legs and hands. Jarrad Henderson, USA TODAY Maternity hospitals across the country would be required to do more to prevent deadly deliveries under…
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