Trump supporters turn on special counsel Mueller


WASHINGTON (AP) — High-profile supporters of President Donald Trump are turning on special counsel Robert Mueller, the man charged with investigating Russian interference in the U.S. election and possible collusion with Trump's campaign.

  • Written by By JILL COLVIN and JULIE BYKOWICZ , Associated Press

Trump travel ban dealt another blow, faces high court next

SEATTLE (AP) — Another U.S. appeals court stomped on President Donald Trump's revised travel ban Monday, saying the administration violated federal immigration law and failed to provide a valid reason for keeping people from six mostly Muslim nations from coming to the country.


  • Written by By GENE JOHNSON and SUDHIN THANAWALA , Associated Press

Anger management but no jail in Gianforte body-slam saga


HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Congressman-elect Greg Gianforte avoided jail time after pleading guilty Monday to an election-eve assault on a reporter that turned the race for Montana's lone U.S. House seat into a full-fledged political spectacle.


  • Written by By BOBBY CAINA CALVAN and AMY BETH HANSON , Associated Press

Iraq: Mass food poisoning, 2 die at Mosul camp for displaced



HASSAN SHAM U2 CAMP, Iraq (AP) — Food poisoning at a camp for displaced residents of Mosul killed at least two people and sickened over 700, Iraq's health minister said Tuesday. Some officials accused a Qatar-based charity of providing tainted food — a claim that could not be confirmed.

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  • Written by By BALINT SZLANKO and SINAN SALAHEDDIN , Associated Press

Deliberations resume in police officer's manslaughter trial

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — A Minnesota police officer who fatally shot a black motorist seconds after the man informed him he was carrying a gun "did what he had to do" in a thoroughly justified use of force, a defense attorney argued during closing arguments.

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  • Written by By STEVE KARNOWSKI , Associated Press