Democratic leaders say it's "imperative" that Mueller testify before both chambers of Congress
President Donald Trump's written testimony to special counsel Robert Mueller showed Trump repeatedly responded to inquiries with brief denials or lack of recollection on wide-ranging topics, saying more than 30 times he did not recall, remember or recollect.
"It goes without saying that pouring concrete down the drains into our sewers isn't going to do any good," said a London water provider.
Special counsel Robert Mueller's report said WikiLeaks pushed conspiracies about slain Democratic National Committee (DNC) staffer Seth Rich to obfuscate the source of the hacked DNC emails it published in 2016.
The American Civil Liberties Union is calling the actions a kidnapping and a flagrant violation of the law
NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Michael McFaul, former U.S. ambassador to Russia, about the finding of some Russian efforts to influence the 2016 presidential election in Robert Mueller's report.
A new redesign of the iconic treats shows animals walking across a savanna
Workers installing a new sewer line in southern Indiana came across the discovery of a lifetime recently when they unearthed prehistoric mammal bones thought to be more than 10,000 years old.
We have to decide if we're willing to go on with a presidentwho was elected with Russian help and tried 10 times to obstruct a probe into that help.
Thursday's release of the 400-plus-page Mueller report detailing a 22-month investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election creates a stark choice for congressional Democrats: Do they, or do they not, pursue impeachment proceedings built around the evidence unearthed in the report that suggests President Donald Trump repeatedly sought to meddle in the investigation?