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Foreboding moment looms for US and Trump as special counsel's investigation has clawed all the way to him
Finally, inexorably, special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation has clawed all the way up to Donald Trump himself.

Former Trump campaign aide may be negotiating

5 things we learned about the Russia probe
Tuesday saw a flurry of new developments in the special counsel probe led by former FBI Director Robert Mueller, each adding to what the public knows about the investigation hanging over the Trump administration.

Biden: McConnell blocked warning of Russian meddling
Former Vice President Joe Biden claims that Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) blocked the Obama administration from warning the public about possible Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.

Mueller wants to talk to Trump about Comey and Flynn firings
Special counsel Robert Mueller is seeking to interview President Donald Trump about his dismissal of former FBI Director James Comey and his former national security adviser Michael Flynn, The Washington Post reported Tuesday.

Mueller's office spoke with Sessions, Comey
Special counsel Robert Mueller's office has spoken with both Attorney General Jeff Sessions and former FBI Director James Comey, it was revealed Tuesday.

Source: Trump inclined to allow Nunes memo to be released
President Donald Trump would allow the underlying intelligence behind a memo spearheaded by Rep. Devin Nunes that alleges FBI abuses of surveillance laws to be declassified if the House Intelligence Committee approves the memo's release, a person familiar with the matter tells CNN.

White House: Trump 'fully cooperative' on Russia probe
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders answers questions on whether President Trump would submit to an interview with special counsel Robert Mueller.

Opinion: Sessions' aura of integrity fades with report of interference with FBI
The Trump administration's soft-spoken, yet hard-edged attorney general, Jeff Sessions, may have just squandered the reputation for integrity that he earned when recusing himself from Russia investigation.

Schumer takes border wall funding off table

Republican senator calls FBI officials' texts 'jaw-dropping'
As lawmakers from six committees continue to sift through a new trove of text messages from top FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, details on what one GOP senator called their "jaw-dropping" exchanges are trickling out.

Evangelical leader: Trump is a 'changed person'
President Donald Trump is a "changed person" amid recent reports of an alleged affair with porn star Stormy Daniels, said the president and CEO of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association.

Rev. Graham says God put Trump in office
CNN's Don Lemon and Evangelist Rev. Franklin Graham debate the difference between Trump's behavior and that of past presidents'.

Opinion: Melania Trump and the mulligan
She's begging off of a supportive-spouse trip to Davos, and good for her, writes Jill Filipovic. Rather than focus on her, journalists should demand the President answer for the alleged payouts to silence Stormy Daniels.

Trump is a moving target as Congress negotiates immigration
The Homeland Security secretary made the rounds Tuesday on Capitol Hill as she continues to press the agency's priorities in immigration talks -- but she's facing skepticism from senators about the administration's reliability on the issue.

Analysis: Even white women are abandoning Trump
If the 2020 election were held today, President Donald Trump would lose, convincingly, to three of the most-mentioned potential 2020 Democrats, according to a new CNN/SSRS poll.

Top Democrat calls Trump a 'known liar'
Rep. Jerry Nadler says he didn't believe President Donald Trump when he denied reports that FBI Director Christopher Wray had threatened to resign.

New FBI chief threatened to quit after being pressured to remove staffers, source says
FBI Director Chris Wray threatened to resign as Attorney General Jeff Sessions called on him to fire his outgoing deputy, Axios reported Monday.

Washington Post: Trump asked acting FBI director whom he voted for
President Donald Trump asked acting FBI director Andrew McCabe who he voted for in the 2016 election in an introductory Oval Office meeting, The Washington Post reported Tuesday, citing several current and former US officials.

Trump shutdown photo scrutinized
Twitter mocks President Trump for "staging" empty desk photo op. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.

The Trumps' anniversary was Monday, but you wouldn't have known it
Donald and Melania Trump marked 13 years of marriage on Monday, but signs of a celebration were conspicuously absent.

Scientists sue EPA
A group of scientists is suing the Environmental Protection Agency over the agency's move to cut scientists from advisory boards and committees who were also receiving federal grants for studies.

Beijing's population falls for first time in 20 years
The population of Beijing fell for the first time in two decades, state media reported Wednesday, amid ongoing efforts by the city's government to drive out migrant workers.

Lemon to Trump: What grade are you in?
CNN's Don Lemon has a message for President Donald Trump after reports that a man was arrested for threatening to kill CNN employees, citing "fake news."

Prosecutors want to keep parents in torture case from contacting their 13 children
The Riverside County District Attorney's Office in Southern California will go to court Wednesday to seek a judge's order that would bar David and Louise Turpin from contacting their 13 children before their torture case goes to trial.

Writer Ursula K. Le Guin dies
Fantasy novelist Ursula K. Le Guin died Monday afternoon in her Portland, Oregon, home, her son Theo Downes-Le Guin said. She was 88.

2 students, age 12, charged in girl's suicide
Police in Panama City Beach, Florida, have charged two 12-year-old middle-school students with cyberstalking after the suicide of another student.

This is why the CIA thinks Kim wants nukes
CIA Director Mike Pompeo said Tuesday that the US intelligence community still considers North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to be a "rational actor" but that assessment does not mean he is only developing nuclear weapons as a means to preserve his regime.

Gunmen storm Save the Children office in Afghanistan
Gunmen stormed the offices of Save the Children in eastern Afghanistan Wednesday, the British aid agency said.

Explosions outside Benghazi mosque kill 26
At least 26 people were killed and 31 others injured in two explosions outside a mosque in Benghazi, Libya, a security official told CNN.

150 ISIS fighters die in airstrike, coalition says
The US-led coalition fighting ISIS killed approximately 150 ISIS fighters in a Saturday airstrike, Col. Ryan Dillon, a spokesman for the coalition, told CNN Tuesday.

2 killed in Kentucky school shooting
A shooting took place Tuesday at Marshall County High School in Benton, Kentucky, Benton City Clerk Beth Cooper told CNN. All officers at the Benton Police Department office inside City Hall left to go to the scene, Cooper said. Injuries have been reported, a Kentucky State Police spokesman said.

Sen. Tammy Duckworth is pregnant
Sen. Tammy Duckworth will make history when she becomes the first sitting senator in history to give birth later this year, her office said Tuesday.

'This Is Us:' Jack's cause of death revealed and fans are heartbroken
Caution: This post contains spoilers about the latest episode of NBC's "This Is Us."

Reporter gushes over pop star, goes viral
WGN reporter Ana Belaval lost her cool on air after interviewing one of her favorite entertainers and fellow Puerto Ricans, Ricky Martin.

LeBron becomes youngest to reach 30K points

Alex Rodriguez joins ESPN

Captive siblings' escape caught on surveillance
A neighbor's security camera appears to show the Turpin siblings escaping their California home after authorities arrest their parents.

Is 2018 the year to buy a house?

49ers QB gets $79K bonus for Pats' win

School bus loses control, slides down icy hill
A school bus in Sutton, Massachusetts, lost control before sliding backward down an icy hill and colliding with another vehicle.

13-year-old girl hits 17 treys on way to 70 points

Pay off your house with this insane trick

More than 150 victims deliver searing accounts of assault

NCAA investigating Michigan State over Larry Nassar case
The NCAA has opened an investigation into Michigan State University's handling of sexual abuse allegations against sports doctor Larry Nassar.

Nassar survivor: We were brainwashed
Athletes Kaylee Lorincz and Sterling Riethan, who will make statements about their experiences with Dr. Larry Nassar, say he was a "master manipulator" and that they were "brainwashed" to trust him.

Opinion: How Nassar got away with it for so long
"Talk is cheap." Those were the words Olympic gold medalist Aly Raisman had for USA Gymnastics president and CEO, Kerry Perry, while delivering her victim impact statement at the sentencing hearing of Larry Nassar, the former USA Gymnastics chief medical coordinator accused of sexually abusing more than 100 former patients. She argued USA Gymnastics was "rotting from the inside" and profiting off her success while ignoring her suffering.

Oscars spread the wealth
The Academy Award nominations offered something for everyone, and -- in the context of the #OscarsSoWhite campaign and the often-stodgy organization's recognition of fresh talent and voices -- were at least as important for who was recognized behind the scenes as on screen.

'Get Out' puts Jordan Peele in a league of his own
Those worried that Jordan Peele's "Get Out" wouldn't get love from the Oscars can breathe a collective sigh of relief.

Kobe Bryant gets Oscar nod for short film

Confessions of an Oscars seat filler
Monica Enriquez has been a professional seat filler at awards shows for 15 years. She shares her most memorable moments.

World's most incredible pools
From infinity pools that blend into the landscape to suspended baths linking skyscrapers together, swimming pools that push boundaries have been making a splash. Whether for exercise or leisure, public complex or private home, pools are fast becoming a statement feature in the design of a building.

What happened when a public school student sued over prayer
Kaylee Cole walks into school each morning and has breakfast with friends.

Watch plane fold wings mid-flight
NASA has successfully tested a new shape memory alloy that allows the outer portion of aircraft wings to fold in midair.

12 destinations travelers may want to avoid in 2018
Tourism backlash has been in full affect over the last 12 months, with several destinations announcing they'd had enough of foreign visitors flooding their streets or disrupting their fragile ecosystems.

Her startup is changing people's fitness routines

How Bumble app got started

Millennials are shaking up these 7 industries

Actor: I'm a DACA recipient. Please don't deport me

Why RBG is an icon

Trump makes US a less attractive tourist destination
Spain will soon unseat the US from our No. 2 spot on the list of the world's top tourist destinations.

It's WAY too early to count out Trump for 2020
A new CNN poll shows Donald Trump being easily beaten in 2020 by three potential Democratic nominees. Joe Biden is ahead 57-40%. Bernie Sanders by 55-42%. Oprah Winfrey by 51-42%.

Trump can make one thing great again
If 2017 is remembered as the year of major tax reform, let 2018 be remembered as the year that the nation's infrastructure was finally recognized as a priority for federal investment.

The world is worse off than you probably know

Pay off your house with this insane trick

Risks of not treating psoriasis

3 cards charging 0% interest until 2019

WaPo: Mueller seeking to question Trump
Special counsel Robert Mueller is seeking to interview President Donald Trump about his dismissal of former FBI Director James Comey and his former national security adviser Michael Flynn, The Washington Post reported Tuesday.

Obama officiated former staffers' DC wedding
Former President Barack Obama officiated a wedding for two of his former staffers this past Sunday in Washington, DC, according to Washingtonian magazine.

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