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A Russian who has been questioned by the special counsel met with Cohen at Trump Tower, according to video reviewed by CNN and a source
A Russian oligarch who was questioned by special counsel Robert Mueller and recently sanctioned by the US visited President Donald Trump's personal attorney Michael Cohen in Trump Tower during the presidential transition in January 2017, according to video reviewed by CNN.

Paul Manafort's trial in Virginia pushed back to July 24
The federal judge in Paul Manafort's trial in Virginia has rescheduled the former Trump campaign chairman's trial, pushing it back two weeks to July 24.

Cameraman to Cohen: You gonna flip on Trump?
Michael Cohen is seen being chased almost every day by the press on the sidewalks of New York. So what's it like to be in Michael Cohen's shoes ... literally? CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.

Roger Stone's finances examined by special counsel
Special counsel Robert Mueller's team has been probing Roger Stone's finances as it summons a series of witnesses to gather more information about one of President Donald Trump's longtime advisers, according to people familiar with the situation.

Analysis: Trump is alleging a massive government conspiracy, with zero evidence
Over the last 72 hours, the President of the United States has leaned into a conspiracy theory that goes like this: During the 2016 presidential race, President Barack Obama -- via the FBI -- placed a "spy" within Trump's campaign for purely political reasons.

Comey speaks out on Trump's 'spy' claims
Former FBI Director James Comey tells Conan O'Brien that President Trump's recent claims of "spying" on his 2016 campaign are not possible.

Trump's team discussed interview with Mueller
President Donald Trump's lawyers and special counsel Robert Mueller discussed a potential January 27, 2018, interview of the President before talks between the two sides stalled, sources briefed on the discussions told CNN.

Report: Virginia congressman ordered staff to do personal chores
A Virginia congressman and his wife used staffers in his office to carry out personal chores, Politico reported Friday, citing multiple, unnamed former employees who detailed a toxic work environment.

Student arrested after Indiana school shooting
Shots have been reported at a middle school in Noblesville, Indiana, according to a receptionist for the school district.

3 women hit by vehicle on sidewalk in apparent hit-and-run in Portland
Three women were struck in an apparent hit-and-run near Portland State University in Portland, Oregon, on Friday morning, according to police spokesman Sgt. Chris Burley.

Rachel Dolezal, white woman who portrayed herself as black, accused of welfare fraud
Rachel Dolezal, the white woman who represented herself as black for years and once headed a local chapter of the NAACP in Washington state, is facing charges of welfare fraud.

Federal prisons director resigns amid Kushner, Sessions infighting on prison reform, NY Times reports
The director of the Federal Bureau of Prisons resigned last week because of an "ideological turf war" between Attorney General Jeff Sessions and senior White House adviser Jared Kushner over prison reform, a new report says.

Here's how much the EPA has spent on Pruitt's security
Security costs for Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt tally up to nearly $3.5 million for the past year, according to figures the agency released Friday.

Trump's 'yes' then 'no' then 'yes' approach leaves summit fate unclear
Twenty-four hours after President Donald Trump dictated a dejected letter to Kim Jong Un canceling their June 12 meeting, he appeared to reverse course, telling reporters Friday the diplomatic encounter could still occur on the same date if conditions keep improving.

Visa halts Morgan Freeman ad campaign

Subtropical Storm Alberto could ruin holiday weekend plans along Gulf
Memorial Day marks the unofficial start of summer, and this year, it looks like it might also bring an early start to the 2018 hurricane season.

'Dancing doctor' faces malpractice lawsuits
Dr. Windell Boutte is facing several malpractice lawsuits after posting a series of videos showing her dancing in the operating room while performing surgery on patients.

SoulCycle isnt going public -- for now

Lava flows from volcanic cracks

Harvey Weinstein's long fall
Harvey Weinstein turning himself in to police on Friday was both an ending and a beginning.