Obstruction Looms Over Trump McConnell Fight
Barbara McQuade, former U.S. attorney, talks with Rachel Maddow about whether Donald Trump's reported pressuring of Mitch McConnell on the Trump Russia investigation constitutes an obstruction of justice.
Some anchors throw shade at eclipse
Nikki Haley: I had a 'personal conversation' with Trump about Charlottesville
Suspect says imam planned to blow himself up in Barcelona
MADRID (AP) ? An extremist cell was preparing bombs for an imam who planned to blow himself up at a Barcelona monument, a key suspect in the attacks that killed 15 people in northeastern Spain told a judge Tuesday, according to a judicial official.
Remains of US sailors found on warship that collided off Singapore
Divers have found the remains of some of the 10 sailors who went missing when a US destroyer collided with a tanker off Singapore, the navy said Tuesday, the latest deadly accident involving an American warship. The US Navy has announced a fleet-wide global investigation after the incident Monday involving the USS John S. McCain and the merchant vessel, which left a gaping gash in the destroyer's hull.
Trump administration halts research on mountaintop coal mining's health effects
Donald Trump?s Department of the Interior has told the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine to stop studying the effects of coal mining on health. A branch of the interior department ? the office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement ? was funding an inquiry into the potential correlation between increased human health risks and living near surface coal mine sites in Central Appalachia. Coal mining in Central Appalachia, where the committee?s work is focused, includes mountaintop removal in which peaks have been blasted off.
Typhoon Hato hits Hong Kong and southern China
Chelsea Manning Has Epic Response To Tweeter Who Wants Her 'Shot For Treason'
WATCH: 'Demon Goat' In India Has Human-Like Face
Cambodia orders U.S.-funded group to leave in new anti-American move
By Prak Chan Thul PHNOM PENH (Reuters) - Cambodia ordered the U.S.-funded National Democratic Institute to stop activities and remove foreign staff on Wednesday in the latest move by Prime Minister Hun Sen's government against American interests ahead of elections next year. In response to the order against the pro-democracy group and a day after a government threat to close a newspaper founded by an American journalist, the U.S. Embassy in Phnom Penh issued a statement titled: "Is Cambodia Committed to Democracy?" Growing anti-Western sentiment from Hun Sen comes amid increasing tension ahead of elections next year in which he is expected to try to extend more than three decades in power. Cambodia's foreign ministry accused the NDI of operating without registering and said foreign staff had seven days to leave.