Live update on the president's Monday
Updates on the "Golden State Killer" suspect and the grandma on the run captured.
Lois Riess, 56, who eluded authorities for weeks after allegedly killing two people in two states, made her first court appearance Sunday.
A manhunt is underway for a suspect accused of killing her husband in Minnesota and then allegedly killing a woman in Florida who looked like her in order to steal her identity.
Lois Reiss is accused of gunning down her husband in their home; she reportedly killed another woman who resembled her with the sole purpose of stealing her identity.
Prosecutors said Viktoria Nasyrova tried poisoning a woman who resembled her back in 2016 by using a tranquilizer-laced cheesecake as part of a "twisted" scheme to stage her suicide.
The Justice Department indicted 13 Russian nationals and three Russian groups of violating criminal laws with the intent to interfere "with U.S. elections and political processes."
Rod Rosenstein said the Russians charged called their work "information warfare against the United States" with the goal of spreading distrust of candidates and the political system.
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Logan Paul apologized after posting a video apparently showing someone who took their own life.
The credit monitoring company says the hack occurred sometime this summer and includes sensitive information like social security numbers, birth dates and credit card numbers.