Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Former FBI Director Robert Mueller is tapped to oversee the investigation into allegations that Trump's campaign and the Kremlin collaborated to influence the 2016 presidential election.
White House and campaign records may be subpoenaed, and Trump's presidential privilege to keep West Wing conversations private could be challenged.
Mueller transformed the FBI into a battle-hardened terrorism-fighting force. Now, he finds himself in the political crucible rocking the Beltway.
President Rouhani, a moderate, faces a hardliner as Iran goes to the polls Friday with the nation's future interaction with the outside world at stake.
Betty Jo Shelby was acquitted of first-degree manslaughter after saying she fired out of fear last year when she killed Terence Crutcher, who was holding his hands above his head.
Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell was on tour in Detroit when he died at age 52, his representative says.
A report says House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy said last year that he thought Putin was paying the Republican presidential candidate, a remark McCarthy's spokesman calls “a failed attempt at humor.”
Authorities say the officer used a stun gun seven times and a mixed martial arts chokehold that is not approved by the department.
Caskets made of paper and coffins made of wicker on display at a recent Hong Kong funeral industry trade show reflect a trend toward “green burials.”
LaVar Ball, the outspoken father of former UCLA star Lonzo Ball, says that it will now cost a shoe company $3 billion to make a deal with his Big Baller Brand.