Special counsel Robert Mueller has wrapped up his nearly two-year investigation into Donald Trump and Russia and sent his report to Attorney General Barr. No details of Mueller’s findings have been released, and it is not clear how soon the public will see them.

President Trump undercut his own Treasury Department by announcing (on Twitter) that he was rolling back North Korea sanctions that it imposed just a day ago.

Indonesia’s national airline has told Boeing that it wants to cancel an order of 737 Max 8 jets, the carrier’s spokesman said, adding that its passengers had lost confidence in the model after two deadly crashes in five months.

Rudy Giuliani, one of Trump’s attorneys, says the president’s legal team has prepared a “counter report” to possibly challenge elements of Mueller’s investigation, and he has no inside information on the delivery date for the long-awaited report.

“It’s like waiting for a baby, or maybe, it’s more like waiting for a jury,” Giuliani said of the Mueller report. “You make your case, then you have to wait days for that verdict.”

Giuliani condemned Somali-born freshman Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar as the “future of the Democratic Party” in a retweet of a misleading video that’s been widely shared by conspiracy theorists.

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez hit Fox News over its coverage of her, asking why so many “grown men” are “obsessed with this 29-year-old?”

Ocasio-Cortez called Trump a “nematode” during an appearance on “Late Night with Seth Meyers.” (Nematodes are roundworms that are parasites in animals and plants).

In some of his most revealing comments on why he decided against running for president, moderate former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg cited his age (79), but also took aim at the progressive wing of the Democratic Party.

According to Staten Island Democratic Rep. Max Rose, “the media is acting as agents of the Republican Party right now.”

Roger Stone was his loquacious self during a radio interview in which he discussed everything from his refusal to turn over documents to the House Judiciary Committee, his growing legal defense fund and his favorite Brooklyn eatery’s jarred sauce.

While multiple reports have surfaced that Bella and Olivia Jade Giannulli are planning to drop out of the University of Southern California amid the nationwide college admissions scandal, Lori Loughlin’s daughters are still technically enrolled at the school.

The DCCC warned political strategists and vendors that if they support candidates mounting primary challenges against incumbent House Democrats, the party will cut them off from business.

To apply to become a preferred vendor in the 2020 cycle, firms must agree to a set of standards that includes agreeing not to work with anyone challenging an incumbent.

Countries around the world, including Russia and U.S. allies such as France, Germany and Egypt, criticized Trump’s announcement this week that the U.S. would recognize Israeli sovereignty in the Golan Heights.

Sen. Rick Scott, a Florida Republican, penned an op-ed and appeared on national television this week to take on New York’s high state taxes, pointing to them as the reason this state has surpassed New York as the third-largest state by population.

Two Onondaga County officials would get 30 percent pay raises as part of a plan to restaff the county medical examiner’s office which has no doctors to perform autopsies.

Singer John Legend co-authored an OpEd with state Senate Minority Leader Mike Gianaris calling for bail reform in New York.

Groups representing doctors in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Delaware released a rare joint statement opposing the legalization of recreational marijuana in their states.

Former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is soliciting signatures for a petition calling for the freeing of a Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program recipient currently being detained by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

The New York Times editorial board is praising New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern for her response to a mass shooting in her country, which killed 50 worshippers at two mosques.

Cuomo defended his administration’s decision to enforce a ban on state-sponsored travel to North Carolina, calling it a “statement of principle” New York residents support.

NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio said he is “concerned” about a proposed rule to specifically ban the feeding of squirrels and birds in city parks.

Days after new statistics showed New York City’s elite high schools continue to admit few black and Hispanic students, de Blasio said the admissions system “has perpetuated massive segregation” – a term he used to avoid

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