Special Counsel Robert Mueller, in a meeting with US President Donald Trump's lawyers in March, raised the possibility of issuing a subpoena for Trump if he declines to talk to investigators in the Russia probe, a former lawyer for the president said on Tuesday.
Mueller raises possibility of Trump subpoena: Ex-Trump lawyer
Democrats win a major political victory in Florida’s state House special election, claiming another swing district in the nation’s largest swing state.
Dems win Florida swing district, WWE wrestler wins TN mayor’s GOP primary
Young people are far more likely than senior citizens to report being lonely and in poor health, a surprising survey of 20,000 Americans showed.
Study: Young Americans are the loneliest
Former FBI Director has rejected US President Donald Trump's characterization of him as a "liar" and a "leaker," saying he never leaked classified materials while he was in office.
I never leaked materials in office: Former FBI director Comey
US stocks sagged early Tuesday ahead of Apple earnings and a Federal Reserve meeting that will update the central bank's views on the speed of planned interest rate hikes.
US stocks fall ahead of Apple earnings, Fed meeting
More than two dozen civilians have lost their lives and scores of others sustained injuries when the so-called US-led coalition purportedly fighting Daesh Takfiri terrorist group carried out a series of airstrikes on Syria’s northeastern province of Hasakah.
US-led strikes on Syria’s Hasakah leave over two dozen civilians dead
Thousands of teachers have staged a rally in the US state of Arizona to demand better pay and more funding for public schools.
Arizona teachers protest, demanding better pay, more public funding
US President Donald Trump’s new national security adviser, John Bolton, says he is considering a “Libya model” to denuclearize North Korea, a model that Pyongyang has singled out in the past as a source of its distrust for Washington.
US weighing Libyan disarmament model for North Korea: Bolton
It has been 35 years since former President Ronald Reagan lamented that the US education system was plagued by "low standards, lack of purpose and ineffective use of resources.” Reagan weighed into the education debate as a powerful bipartisan study had stoked widespread concerns about the quality of American schools.
35 years later, America still 'a nation at risk'
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says that the administration of President Donald Trump has its “eyes wide open” when it comes to North Korea, referring to the country’s nuclear and missile programs.
Trump administration has ‘eyes wide open’ on N Korea: Pompeo

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