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Live Briefing: Mueller Report Live Updates: Awaiting the Summary’s Release

The attorney general, William Barr, and his team are preparing a summary of the special counsel’s report for Congress.


The Associated Press

The Latest: Harris drops possible hint to Biden on 2020 race

The Latest on the 2020 campaign season (all times Eastern): 1:50 pm.


David Aaro

3 arrested in Tulane dorm room arson fire of YAL-member students

Tulane campus police have booked two men and one women for allegedly setting fire to the dorm room door of two university students.


Anna Hopkins

Diabetic inmate with HIV died after being left on cell floor for 21 hours without food or medicine, inquest reveals

Annabella Landsberg, who was diabetic and HIV positive, died at a jail in the United Kingdom after being left lying on the ground of her cell without food or medicine for nearly a day.


Man arrested in subway attack says woman threatened him

The man facing an assault charge in connection to an attack on a homeless woman on a New York City subway train claims she threatened him with a knife.


Jessica Sager

'Scary Spice' Mel B reveals she once had sex with Geri 'Ginger Spice' Halliwell

This should make the Spice Girls reunion tour even more interesting.


Fire at California mosque investigated as possible arson

Authorities are investigating a fire at a Southern California mosque as possible arson.


Andrew O'Reilly

Former Watergate prosecutor: Trump should be happy with Mueller investigation...so far

Former assistant Watergate prosecutor Jon Sale said on Sunday that President Donald Trump should be very happy with what has so far been revealed from Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report into Russian interference into the 2016 election – but warned that this is only “round one.”



New Mexico archbishop again denounces 'Santa Muerte'

A New Mexico archbishop is renewing his call for Catholics to stop worshipping the skeleton folk saint known as La Santa Muerte, or "Our Lady of Holy Death."


Robert Gearty

Indiana police launch homicide probe into infant’s disappearance

Indianapolis police revealed Saturday that homicide detectives are leading the investigation into the disappearance of an infant reported missing two weeks after she was last seen alive with the mother’s boyfriend.

CNN.com - Top Stories

Watergate reporter: Want to avoid the 'drip, drip, drip'

Watergate journalist Carl Bernstein stresses the importance of releasing the findings of special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation.

CNN.com - Top Stories

Mueller report summary expected Sunday

Attorney General William Barr is expected to provide Congress and the public Sunday with his summary of the main conclusions from special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation, according to a person familiar with the process.



Plenty of politics at play in Venezuela-Catalonia friendly

There will be lots of politics to talk about when Venezuela takes on a Catalonia squad in a friendly soccer game in Spain on Monday.



France shows Britons splendor of citizenship as Brexit looms

Catherine Norris Trent, a British citizen who has lived in Paris since 2007, rushed to become French before her native country left the European Union.


Andrew O'Reilly

Rubio on Trump's attack on McCain legacy: 'I don't get it'

Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., said Sunday that he doesn’t understand why President Trump has revived his criticism of the late Arizona Sen. John McCain.


Romania, Honduras recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital

The leaders of Romania and Honduras have announced they will recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital, following the lead of President Donald Trump.


David Bossie

David Bossie: An ‘America First’ immigration policy looks like this

The United States could add half a percentage point to economic growth by doubling the number of immigrants it lets into the country, especially if they come on employer-sponsored visas.


Katherine Lam

Second student who survived Florida school shooting dies in apparent suicide, police say

A high school student who survived the 2018 school shooting in Parkland, Fla., died Saturday in an apparent suicide a week after another survivor killed herself, police said.

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