The US Attorney General, Jeff Sessions, could invoke executive privilege before Congress in response to questions about his private conversations with Donald Trump, White House press secretary Sean Spicer has suggested. “I think it depends on the scope of the questions,” Mr Spicer told reporters during a briefing. Mr Sessions will testify publicly to the Senate intelligence committee as part of its ongoing investigation into whether Trump campaign advisers colluded with the Russian government to influence the 2016 presidential election.
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — When Richard and Mildred Loving had the audacity to marry, Virginia law officers jailed them. The state's highest court later agreed it was right to outlaw their marriage because he was white and she was black.
A much-lampooned — and now-deleted — tweet by President Donald Trump has spurred a serious legislative effort aimed at stopping him from erasing his many misspelled missives and other online messages. Hours later, Trump deleted the offending tweet. “‘Covfefe is a great word, period!’ – Sean Spicer tomorrow,” read one tweet, mentioning the president’s spokesman.
Terrorist surprised by Border Police officers near Cave of the Patriarchs, dropping the knife with which she intended to carry out attack.
BEIRUT (AP) — The siege of Mosul and targeted killings of chemical weapons experts in U.S.-led coalition airstrikes have significantly degraded the Islamic State's production capability, although the group likely retains expertise to produce small batches of sulfur mustard and chlorine agents, a London-based analysis group said Tuesday.
WHITTIER, Calif. (AP) — The family of an autistic teenager who died after being left alone on a Whitter school bus on a sweltering day is receiving $23.5 million from the bus company, the family's attorneys announced Monday.