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Mueller report redaction memes flood Twitter

Americans are finding a fun way to kill time as theyanxiously await the release of special counsel Robert Mueller'sfull report on the Russia investigation — a moment they have been waiting for since the investigation began in May 2017.

Barnes & Noble offers free Mueller report download

Barnes & Noble began is offering curious readers a chance to view special counsel Robert Mueller's full report on the Russia investigation as soon asAttorney General William Barr drops the 400-page document early Thursday.

Maxine Waters calls Barr a 'lackey and a sycophant' for Trump

While some of her fellow Democrats were questioning the credibility of Attorney General William Barrover his handling of the Robert Mueller report, Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., took that criticismto another level.

Yang: Companies like Amazon will fund my Universal Basic Income plan

Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang promoted his ‘Freedom Dividend’ plan while appearing on “Fox News @ Night with Shannon Bream” Thursday and revealed that tech companies like Amazon would fund his proposed program which aims to give American adults $1,000 dollars monthly.

Ann Coulter says she’d consider vote for Bernie Sanders

Conservative commentator Ann Coulter said she could support Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-VT, in 2020 and even floated the idea of working in his administration if he returned to his earlier stance on immigration.

'The Five' on what to expect from the Mueller report

“The Five” spent time on Wednesday discussing what to expect from Democrats and the media as Attorney General William Barr releases a redacted version of the Mueller report Thursday.

Federalist editor sees need to know Mueller probe's full origins

The Federalist senior editor Mollie Hemingway believes that while people believe it’s important to move on from the Mueller report following Thursday’s expected release, one aspect that should continue to be followed up on is how it all began.

Federalist editor says Mueller probe's full origins still require look

The Federalist senior editor Mollie Hemingway believes that while people believe it’s important to move on from the Mueller report following Thursday’s expected release, one aspect that should continue to be followed up on is how it all began.

Campaign donations from Ilhan Omar rejected by at least 2 Dems

At least two Democrats have reimbursed the campaign contributions made by Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., who has been at the center of numerous controversies since she was sworn in as a freshman congresswoman last January.

Top Dem challenges WH adviser Stephen Miller to testify on immigration

A top Democrat in Congress on Wednesday challenged White House aide Stephen Miller to testify before theHouse Oversight and Reform Committee and defend the hardline anti-illegal immigration policies he has championed and, in some cases, engineered.

Nadler, Pelosi, other Dems blast DOJ ahead of Mueller report release

Democrats in Congress attacked Attorney General William Barr Wednesday evening ahead of the Justice Department's planned release of a redacted version of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report on Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and allegations of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian officials.

Media outlets pan AG Barr before release of redacted Mueller report

Before the Justice Department even released special counsel Robert Mueller's highly-aniticipated report on the Russia investigation, Democrats and the media cast doubt on the central claim that President Donald Trump's campaign didn't collude with the Kremlin.

Facebook now used for Dark Web activity

Over two billion people use Facebook to buy and sell goods, chat with each other, and post vacation pictures. Now, according to a new report by Talos Intelligence, it’s also become part of the Dark Web, a place to sell credit card information, illegal contraband, and much more.

Trump reverses slew of Obama-era Cuba policies in new crackdown

The Trump administration on Wednesday rescinded several Obama-era policies toward Cuba, while imposing tough sanctions against Venezuela and Nicaragua – as part of a new crackdown on what National Security Adviser John Bolton dubbed the “three stooges of socialism.

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