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Mueller submits Trump-Russia investigation report but doesn’t recommend additional indictments

Special counsel Robert S. Mueller III has turned in his long-anticipated report on the Russia investigation, a milestone in the lengthy political and legal saga that has threatened President Trump’s tenure in the White House and is likely to cloud his legacy.

Mississippi governor signs law banning most abortions once a heartbeat can be detected

A new Mississippi law bans abortion once a fetal heartbeat can be detected, usually about six weeks into pregnancy. Abortion rights advocates vow to challenge the law in court.

This psychologist claims Google search results unfairly steer voters to the left. Conservatives love him

Google dismisses psychologist Robert Epstein as a misguided gadfly. But the concerns about search-engine bias he raises have gained currency beyond just Fox News. Mainstream researchers say he's asking some important questions.

Marine Corps commandant says deploying troops to the border poses ‘unacceptable risk’

The Marine Corps commandant warned the Pentagon in an internal memo that he's been forced to cancel exercises and delay emergency repairs because of the unexpected deployment on the southwest border, among other demands.

Devin Nunes sues a sassy cow on Twitter, and she gains a herd of followers

The California GOP congressman, the butt of jokes for last year's midnight run to the White House, where he claimed to have seen documents showing that Obama officials had spied on members of the Trump transition, seems to be going off the rails now that Democrats are in charge of the House.


1968: How a tumultuous year still shapes our world

East L.A., 1968: ‘Walkout!’ The day high school students helped ignite the Chicano power movement

In March 1968, thousands of students walked out of four Los Angeles high schools. Most were of Mexican descent; they marched for better teachers, better facilities and college prep courses. The walkouts spread to include 22,000 students across L.A. and ignited a generation of Chicano activism.