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Sessions urged to appoint another special counsel

Republican lawmakers are pushing Attorney General Jeff Sessions to appoint a second special counsel besides Robert Mueller, this one to investigate the FBI and the Justice Department for how they handled the 2016 election.

Trump's personal lawyer says it's time for Mueller's 'manufactured' Russia probe to end

President Trump's personal attorney, John Dowd, said Saturday it is time for Special Counsel Robert Mueller's probe into Russian election meddling to end.

Trump attorneys claim Stormy Daniels violated her non-disclosure deal up to 20 times

Lawyers representing President Trump in the suit brought by adult film star Stormy Daniels on Friday filed motions asking to move the case to federal court.

Facebook suspends Trump campaign data firm over privacy violations

Facebook on Friday suspended political data firm Cambridge Analytica from its network, accusing the company of violating the platform's privacy policies.

While Trump celebrated his firing, McCabe slammed the president's 'false, defamatory, and degrading' attacks

President Trump rejoiced on Twitter Friday night after news broke of the firing of former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe: Andrew McCabe FIRED, a great day for the hard working men and women of the FBI - A great day for Democracy.

An engineer reported cracks in the collapsed Florida bridge before its deadly accident

The engineer who oversaw construction of the footbridge that collapsed in Florida Thursday, killing multiple people, left a voicemail with the state Transportation Department two days prior reporting cracks in the structure.

Watch underdog UMBC's 'surreal' moment of victory over No. 1 seed Virginia

The University of Maryland, Baltimore County Retrievers pulled off a historic upset win against the top-seeded University of Virginia Cavaliers in the first round of the NCAA men's basketball tournament Friday night.

10 things you need to know today: March 17, 2018

1. Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe was fired from the Justice Department Friday, two days before he was set to retire and receive his pension.

Russia expels 23 British diplomats over spy poisoning controversy

Moscow on Saturday announced 23 British diplomats have one week to leave Russia, a retaliation for the United Kingdom's decision to expel 23 Russian diplomats and cut off high-level communications with Russia earlier this week.

Road-tripping in southwestern Australia

Each week, we spotlight a dream vacation recommended by some of the industry's top travel writers. This week's pick is coastal Australia.

How to slim down your food budget

Here are three of the week's top pieces of financial advice, gathered from around the web: Slimming down your food budget The average American household spends most of its budget "on just three things: housing, transportation, and food," said Ann Brenoff at HuffPost.

6 beautiful homes in Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Las Olas Isles. The update of this three-bedroom 1940 home retained many original features. Details include vaulted ceilings, hardwood floors, a marble fireplace, and a kitchen with glass cabinets, a wine refrigerator, and butcher-block counters.

Sessions fires Andrew McCabe, effective immediately

Former Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe was fired from the Justice Department on Friday, just two days before he was set to retire and receive his pension.

Low 'social credit scores' will restrict plane and train travel for Chinese citizens

Black Mirror has come to life in China. A bad social ranking could affect every aspect of someone's life, The Verge reports, thanks to the country's forthcoming "social credit" system.

Inside Bill Gates and Warren Buffett's adorable best friendship

Bill Gates and Warren Buffett didn't want to be best friends. They didn't even want to meet. A Business Insider story details the friendship between Gates and Buffett — the second- and third-richest people in the world, respectively.

Here's Betsy DeVos' 5-step plan to make schools safer

School shootings have become a national crisis, and students are fed up with political talk without action.

No. 13 Marshall upsets No. 4 Wichita State on March Madness day 2

Marshall University earned its first-ever victory in the NCAA men's basketball tournament Friday, upsetting Wichita State en route to the Round of 32.

The week's best photojournalism

Men perform a stunt known as "sidewall skiing" as an onlooker takes a selfie in Tabuk, Saudi Arabia. | (REUTERS/Mohamed Al Hwaity) A child sleeps in a bag in an eastern Syrian village.

The FBI's big diversity problem

The FBI has always had a diversity problem — and it appears to be getting worse. A new article from ProPublica digs into the past, present, and future of the FBI and why its ranks are so persistently white, even as senior officials are fully aware of the problem.

This new selfie drone is seriously creepy

We've seen the future of selfies, and it's spooky. The new Skydio R1 ($2,499) is the first drone that can follow you wherever you go and record live video as it does so.