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After the release of special counsel Robert Mueller's report on Russian election interference, Mueller reveals why his investigation does not exonerate President Donald Trump of criminal conduct on the issue of obstruction. CNN's Pamela Brown reports the latest.

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In an interview with CNN's Jake Tapper, former White House counsel to President Nixon, John Dean, said he felt that Robert Mueller's report presented clear evidence of obstruction of justice.

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A section of the Mueller report says that White House press secretary Sarah Sanders lied when she said people inside the FBI did not like then-FBI director James Comey and that was part of the justification for firing Comey.

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CNN analyst Laura Coates says President Donald Trump found his 'Roy Cohn' in Attorney General William Barr, who repeatedly stated there was no collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.

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An excerpt from special counsel Robert Muller's report claims that President Trump said "this is the end of my presidency" upon learning of Mueller's appointment.

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Former federal prosecutor Elie Honig discusses the three major questions Attorney General William Barr should answer during his press conference on the release of special counsel Robert Mueller's report.

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North Korea has issued a damning criticism of US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, calling for him to be replaced in any future US-North Korea talks by someone who is "more careful and mature," North Korean state news agency KCNA reports.

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VIRGINIA — In the case of Quad City Kids Daycare in Mountain Iron, the Minnesota Department of Human Services determined the facility and its owner, Lorri Johnson, were responsible in two incidents where “physical abuse occurred” earlier this year.

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VIRGINIA — In the case of Quad City Kids Daycare in Mountain Iron, the Minnesota Department of Human Services determined the facility and its owner, Lorri Johnson, were responsible in two incidents where “physical abuse occurred” earlier this year.

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Former President Nixon White House counsel John Dean says Attorney General William Barr's planned news conference ahead of the Mueller report release is a "conspicuous effort to try to frame the report" and says it is "reminiscent of Watergate."