Monday’s indictment of billionaire financier Jeffrey Epstein on federal counts of sex trafficking threatens to cast a shadow over a key figure in the Trump administration.
Justice Department lawyers said answering 37 subpoena requests by July 29 would cause Trump irreparable injury.
Mueller no longer works for the Justice Department, but the department could attempt to limit his testimony about decisions he made as special counsel.
Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak is offering a celebration at the governor’s mansion in Carson City to the U.S. women’s national team after its victory in the Women’s World Cup.
He had signaled that he would consider bowing out of the race if he was in danger of missing the cutoff for the next nationally televised Democratic debate.
President Donald Trump’s New York state tax returns could be given to Congress under a new law in his home state that the Democratic governor signed Monday.
Democrats across the state will get the chance to caucus by phone for the first time next year. Party officials said the goal is to make the process more accessible.
The U.S. leader tweeted about Ambassador Kim Darroch a day after a newspaper published the diplomat’s unflattering assessments of the current administration.
Congress will return to work this week, taking up a defense bill, a possible ban on arms sales to Saudi Arabia and preparations for the testimony later this month of special counsel Robert Mueller.
Iran began enriching uranium Monday to 4.5%, breaking the limit set by its 2015 nuclear deal with world powers, semi-official news agencies in the country reported.