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Trump tried to remove Mueller. His aides refused to 'carry out orders.' Here are the latest highlights from the report.


THE FULL MUELLER REPORT


Compromising tapes: Mueller investigated rumored existence


Excerpt: Mueller report says Sarah Sanders lied about Comey
A section of the Mueller report says that White House press secretary Sarah Sanders lied when she said people inside the FBI did not like then-FBI director James Comey and that was part of the justification for firing Comey.


Mueller report: Trump asked aides to find Clinton's emails
The Mueller report is coming: Attorney General William Barr is expected Thursday to release a redacted version of Robert Mueller's report detailing the findings of the special counsel investigation. Could not conclude Trump obstructed justice


Watch: CNN reporter reads out important excerpts from report
CNN's Laura Jarrett reads an excerpt from special counsel Robert Mueller's report explaining why President Donald Trump was not subpoenaed in the investigation.


Key lines: Findings from the Mueller report
The Justice Department released the redacted version of the report from special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election.


Opinion: War over Mueller's scrutiny of Trump rises to new level
After a press conference by Attorney General William Barr, Congress and the public can access a redacted version of the Mueller report. Commentators will weigh in here throughout the day with smart takes on the Mueller report. The views expressed in this commentary are theirs. View more opinion articles on CNN.


When Mueller was appointed, Trump said 'This is the end of my Presidency. I'm f***ed.'


The Weather Channel knocked off air by malicious attack
The Weather Channel was knocked off the air Thursday morning by what it said was a malicious software attack on the network.


Paris prosecutors investigating if short-circuit caused Notre Dame fire
Paris prosecutors are investigating if an electrical short-circuit caused the fire that ripped through Notre Dame Cathedral.


National Enquirer reportedly sold for $100 million
The supermarket tabloid National Enquirer has reportedly been sold to the scion of a company known for its newsstands at airports across North America.


Bradley Welsh, 'Trainspotting' actor, shot dead in Scotland
"Trainspotting 2" star Bradley Welsh has been shot dead in Scotland, the UK's Press Association agency has reported.


Creators of 'Stranger Things' are being sued for plagiarism
Creators of the Netflix show "Stranger Things" failed to get a plagiarism lawsuit against them dismissed.


North Carolina governor vetoes 'born alive' abortion bill
North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper on Thursday vetoed a bill that would have required doctors to try to preserve the life of any infant born alive during an attempted abortion.


Video compares how Fox News covers Trump vs. Obama
A producer at NowThis News created a video showing Fox News bashing former President Barack Obama for the same things President Donald Trump does. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.


Jason Momoa shaved his beard and people are freaking out
Before you ask "Why is this news?" remember that it's Jason Momoa.


Duke phenom delivers a gender reveal dunk


Internet lights up over Kim Kardashian's sink
Reality TV star and businesswoman Kim Kardashian gives a tour of her bathroom and clarifies how her basin-less sink works.


Kim Kardashian West announced a launch the same day as Taylor Swift's mysterious launch
Shade alert or just bad timing?


Actress reveals she dropped her son on his head, fracturing his skull
Jenny Mollen and her family have had "a traumatic week."


Close-to-flawless diamond found
Botswana has unveiled a blue diamond whose value could outstrip that of the storied Hope Diamond: the 20.46-carat, close-to-flawless Okavango Blue.


Dead last in MLB money, they're crushing the Yankees and Red Sox


Samsung's foldable phone is breaking for users
Early reviews of the new Samsung Galaxy Fold aren't going over well, with reports of malfunctioning screens and cracks within days.


Alex Trebek updates fans on his health
"Jeopardy!" host Alex Trebek ended the season with an update on his battle with cancer, saying he is "feeling good" and will be back to tape the next season.


'Jeopardy' contestant breaks record again
James Holzhauer has topped himself on "Jeopardy."


Katy Perry weak at the knees after 'Idol' act
Judge Katy Perry pretended to collapse after singer Uché's strong performance of Bruno Mars' "Finesse" on "American Idol."


This baby got measles because of anti-vaxers, experts say
Fainy Sukenik believes in vaccines, and her four children are up to date on all their shots.


Doctor debunks wife of Bill Shine's false measles tweet
Darla Shine, the wife of White House communications chief Bill Shine, has pushed false anti-vaccination claims on Twitter, tweeting that childhood diseases such as measles "keep you healthy & fight cancer."


Israeli flight attendant in coma after getting measles
An Israeli flight attendant has slipped into a coma after contracting measles, according to health officials.


A person with measles visited Google headquarters
The Santa Clara County, California, health department said a person with measles visited Google's headquarters in Silicon Valley, which is in their county. The adult is a resident of San Mateo County.


Opinion: Measles cases are up nearly 300% from last year. This is a global crisis
We are in the middle of a global measles crisis. Cases have soared across the world, including in places where measles had previously been eliminated -- like the United States. In this year to date, the United States has already seen its second-greatest number of cases since 2000. And this past week, New York City declared a public health emergency due to the rapid spread of the virus.


How do you catch measles?
Measles, the highly contagious and previously eliminated viral illness, has been spreading in communities across the United States in recent weeks, with Washington declaring a state of emergency last week and New York reporting in 2018 its second largest outbreak over the past two decades.


Skeleton DNA reveals surprising backgrounds of Crusader soldiers
DNA from 13th century remains buried in a pit in Lebanon is shedding light on the lives of Crusader soldiers and how they mixed with the local population, a new study shows.


Liquid blood and urine found inside a prehistoric 42,000-year-old foal
Russian researchers have found liquid blood and urine inside the frozen carcass of a foal that died 42,000 years ago in Siberia's Verkhoyansk region.


Scientists say fossils are 'missing link'
The fossils of Australopithecus sediba have fueled scientific debate since they were found at the Malapa Fossil Site in South Africa 10 years ago.


Mysterious new creature spotted in the Indian Ocean
In the deepest chasms of the Indian Ocean, a mysterious new creature's been spotted, potentially for the first time.


Pier 1 will close up to 45 stores
Add Pier 1 Imports to long list of retailers showing signs of distress.


Utility worker runs for life as power line explodes
Police dashcam video captured the moment a falling power line erupted in sparks and flames right next to a New Jersey utility worker.


12-foot great white shark found in the Gulf
Here's something you don't see everyday: A 12-and-a-half-foot great white shark named Miss Costa has been spotted in the Gulf of Mexico near the Florida panhandle.


Apple is making it easier to recycle your old iPhone
Apple is giving customers new ways to recycle their iPhones. It's part of the company's lofty long-term goal of using only recycled or renewable materials to make its products.


France asks: Should billionaires get tax breaks on Notre Dame donations?
One after the other, France's three richest families opened their checkbooks and pledged a combined $565 million to rebuild the fire-ravaged Notre Dame cathedral in Paris.


'Selfie' deaths: don't blame the victims
On Sunday, college student Andrea Norton, just 20 years old, was repositioning herself for a photo, police said, when she fell to her death on a hiking trip in the Ozarks. The same weekend, college student Sydney Monfries fell to her death after climbing the Fordham University bell tower and sending out a video via Snapchat.


The control-F search you should do on the Mueller report
Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report is nearly 400 pages long. As a real-world reference point, the Modern Classics version of "To Kill a Mockingbird" runs 384 pages. Even if Attorney General William Barr makes so many color-coded redactions to Mueller's report that it looks like a pack of Skittles exploded, do not expect a standard law enforcement investigative recap. We are about to get hit with a novel-length tome.


Green New Deal is what Founding Fathers wanted
The Green New Deal is a bold and controversial legislative initiative proposed by the progressive wing of the Democratic Party, designed to address four pressing challenges facing American society that have thus far eluded solution.


Ocasio-Cortez left Facebook. Good for her
Even freshman Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the breakout star of the Democratic Party, whose social media savvy has thus far been a key ingredient to her political career, is apparently not immune from the toxic effects that too much social media consumption can have on a person.


What a 21st-century border would actually look like
The criticism of the Trump administration's approach to immigration is richly deserved; not only has their approach to the border been a humanitarian and moral catastrophe, it has also likely made the situation worse. Every shift in policy, every threat to bear down even harder, is like a beacon to smuggling networks in Central America who effectively exploit the President's tweets to expand their business.


Beyoncé writes herself deeper into history
One of the very few things that's certain about any Beyoncé announcement is that nothing is really certain. This was true of last week's reveal that Beychella -- the nickname fans have given to the megastar's history-making 2018 Coachella set -- would be coming to Netflix. There was, almost immediately, speculation about whether the documentary, "Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé," which premiers today and charts "the emotional road from creative concept to cultural movement," would be a sort of prelude to something else: a new single, a new album, another world tour.


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Putin and Kim Jong Un to meet in Russia
Russian President Vladimir Putin and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will meet in Russia later this month, the Kremlin announced Thursday.


How one of India's biggest airlines imploded
Almost 26 years to the day after its first flight, one of India's biggest airlines has thrown in the towel.


Pakistan militants execute 14 bus passengers
Militants wearing security force uniforms stopped two buses in southwest Pakistan on Thursday and killed 14 passengers after ordering them out of the vehicles, police said.


Airline employee 'worked illegally for the Chinese military at New York airports'
A former employee of a Chinese airline at two of the main airports serving New York has pleaded guilty to felony charges stemming from the illegal shipment of packages on behalf of China's military, the US Justice Department said Wednesday.


100 million face severe weather. States pounded by tornadoes brace for more
Huge swaths of the South, Midwest and East Coast are under the gun for severe weather as states still recovering from last weekend's tornadoes hunker down for more.


How FBI retraced steps of teen 'infatuated' with Columbine
The frantic hunt for a Florida teen described by authorities as "infatuated" with the Columbine massacre started after a series of red flags that included her buying several one-way plane tickets to Denver.


US slides down global press freedom rankings
Journalists are battling a rising tide of hatred, violence and persecution around the world, an international watchdog has warned, as authoritarian regimes clamp down on press freedom and leading democracies including the United States slide down the global rankings.


Unseen photos of America's early 'working girls'
Women in sexual professions have always distinguished themselves from other women, from the mores of the time, by pushing the boundaries of style. The most celebrated concubines and courtesans in history set the trends in their respective courts. The great dames of burlesque -- Sally Rand, Gypsy Rose Lee -- boasted a signature style on- and offstage, reflecting broader-than-life personalities.


How will Notre Dame be rebuilt?
As the ashes settle in the embers of Notre Dame cathedral in Paris, the laborious restoration process can begin. Rebuilding will take years, possibly more than a decade. Yet, for a Gothic masterpiece that famously took 107 years to construct, and stood for centuries more, this may simply mark the latest evolution of a building that has been reshaped many times in its 850-year history.


New plane wing could change aircraft design
Plane wings are traditionally strong, thick and sturdy but a team of researchers led by NASA has created a flexible wing that morphs as it flies.


Stunning photos show 'Black is Beautiful'
To some, Kwame Brathwaite was the "Keeper of the Images," capturing black creativity and expression in its purest and most candid of forms. Between the late 1950s and the late 1970s, the Brooklyn native made his career documenting the burgeoning black art and political movements in New York -- most notably, the "Black is Beautiful" movement that encouraged black people to accept and celebrate their natural features.


Why was this car hidden away for 30 years?
If this car could talk, it would describe a road to fame with all the twists and turns of a Hollywood plot.


How the Soviets' Concorde crashed and burned
When the Soviet rival to the Concorde made its first foreign appearance at the Paris Air Show in 1971, everyone was impressed. In the heated race to develop a supersonic passenger jet, it was the USSR who got off to a head start.


'Ramy' puts fresh spin on Muslim experience
The quest for identity as a Muslim living in New Jersey only scratches the surface of "Ramy," a Hulu series that deftly combines comedy with drama, and which gradually peels back layers in ways as impressive as they are relatable. Far from a "Muslims are just like us" sitcom, comic Ramy Youssef's deeply personal show explores familiar themes in a fresh and at times poignant manner.


Cannes film festival lineup
Movie buffs, rejoice!


'Game of Thrones' photos offer hint
Jaime Lannister may finally have to answer for his crimes.


Alex Trebek shares cancer update
It's hiatus time for the crew at "Jeopardy" but beloved host Alex Trebek, who is fighting a battle with cancer, says he intends to be back.


Facebook bans British far-right groups and their leaders


  

  

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