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Uber to pay $245 million to settle Waymo's theft allegations
Uber is paying $245 million to Google's self-driving car spinoff to end a legal brawl that had spilled into the courtroom and aired out allegations of a sinister scheme that tore apart the once-friendly companies
Scaramucci predicts Trump 'not going to fire Rosenstein,' hopes he doesn't testify to Mueller
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How Trump could pardon trio arrested in special counsel's probe
A trio of arrests stemming from special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election raises questions about whether President Donald Trump could pardon the three men and whether it would make sense for him to do so. A federal grand jury issued an
White House questioning whether the president can pardon himself
As White House aides are trying to discredit Robert Mueller, the president is exploring ways to pardon himself and his family members from the Russia investigation.
911 transcripts to be released in police shooting of bride-to-be
Matthew Harrity, one of the two Minneapolis police officers who responded to a 911 call made by Justine Damond, told a local news station he was "stunned" when his partner opened fire on Damond.
Mr. Met back in lineup at Citi Field day after obscene gesture sparks mascot mayhem
NEW YORK -- Posing for pictures, shooting T-shirts into the seats and high-fiving fans young and old, the ever-smiling Mr. Met mascot is back in the lineup at Citi Field. Cooler heads prevailed, apparently. A day after the person inside the funny-looking costume was caught on video making an
What to know: Investigators looking into another possible meeting between AG Jeff Sessions and Russian ambassador
Hey guys I'm on and not here is your latest track of what you need to know. About the Russian investigation today first stop a lot of action on Capitol Hill sit peanuts for Trump's former national security advisor Michael Flynn. And Trump's personal attorney Michael Collins and we wolf finally hear
Flynn and Trump lawyer subpoenaed over Russia investigation
The House intelligence committee approved subpoenas for two individuals as a part of the ongoing investigation into Russia's role in the 2016 presidential election : former national security adviser Michael Flynn and President Trump 's attorney, Michael Cohen. The subpoenas require both Flynn and
What to know: Ex-Trump adviser Carter Page says he'll testify
ABC News' Amna Nawaz tells us the three things you need to know about the investigation into the Russian election interference today.
Ex-National Security Adviser Michael Flynn to give Senate panel some documents in Russia investigation: Source
Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn will hand over some documents to a Senate committee investigating potential Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election , a source close to Flynn told ABC News. The source, who requested anonymity to discuss sensitive matters, confirmed