Democratic Sen. Richard Blumenthal speaks to TODAY on the possible fallout of the Mueller report, saying he’d like to see the full findings disclosed and will subpoena the material if necessary.
Congressional leaders could learn about what’s in the Mueller report as early as this weekend. Democrats and Republicans are calling for Attorney General William Barr to release as many details as possible. NBC’s Geoff Bennett reports for TODAY.
President Trump has been uncharacteristically silent since Mueller submitted his report and his personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani tells NBC News the President’s legal team is “not demanding” early access to the report. NBC’s Kelly O’Donnell reports for TODAY.
Special counsel Robert Mueller has submitted his report to Attorney General William Barr. Speculation is swirling about what’s in it and whether there has been any collusion in the 2016 election. NBC’s Pete Williams reports for TODAY.
Students in Charlottesville, Virginia, will head back to class on Monday after a teen was arrested for allegedly making threats against black and Hispanic students at a high school in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Protesters and an attorney for Antwon Rose II's family spoke out after the officer who shot the unarmed black teenager in East Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, was acquitted.
Prosecutors pushed for a conviction against Michael Rosfeld, 30, in the the fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager last year in East Pittsburgh.
The adult film star called the tax "sexist and wrong," saying it ties nude entertainment to violence against women without justification.
"There is a key piece of evidence" in the murder case, the sheriff said, but he would not elaborate.
Survivors of the 2017 California wildfires, hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria were among the millions whose privacy was violated, the inspector general's report says.
The officers allegedly repeatedly struck the man in the face, causing him to fall backwards, then continued to punch him repeatedly while he was handcuffed on the floor.
When Chelsea and Adam Stipe first brought home their new puppy Maverick, the golden retriever quickly noticed there was something different about Charlie, the family’s 11-year-old dog. The pair soon bonded, with Maverick becoming a “seeing-eye” dog for Charlie, who had lost both his eyes to glaucoma.
Teachers at an elementary school in Indiana say the pellet guns sheriffs used during the drill led to welts and bruises, but the sheriff says the staff knew beforehand that air guns would be used and that the drill was voluntary.
Jenny Carrieri was inspired by an Academy Award-winning film to launch a campaign to find her twin sister’s killer.
New flames and black smoke rose from the chemical storage facility outside Houston. The latest flare-up stoking new fears about what is in the air and the water.
After the death of Trent DiGiuro went unsolved for years, his father's plea that "somebody knows what happened" changed the course of the case.
Defrocked priest Hadmels DeFrias under investigation after a report that he was teaching children at a private school.
The African-American civil rights group, which shepherded the 1964 Civil Rights Act into law, endorsed adding LGBTQ people to those the act protects.
“I just feel part of me was ripped away. And the other part of me is going to find out what happened," the sister said.
The family of the victim filed a lawsuit against the city arguing that he might have survived a shooting if officers had found him in time,