Why now? "It's becoming clear this investigation is not going away," says Maggie Haberman of the NYT. "The President had lost his patience with John Dowd.... He is looking for a more aggressive approach."
A joint media investigation reveals that the extent of Hurricane Harvey's toxic assault on the environment was more widespread than authorities publicly acknowledged, and questions about the long-term consequences for human health remain unanswered.
President Donald Trump's top attorney handling the response to special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation resigned just days after calling for it to end, according to a report in the New York Times.
Police and rescue workers arrived at the scene of a pedestrian bridge collapse near a Florida university campus even before witnesses could finish making 911 calls for help
The Bank of England have kept interest rates unchanged but appeared to issue another broad hint that they may rise again in May in order to get inflation back to target
Krill are at the center of efforts to preserve the world's largest carbon sink; a shrimp-like creature whose species holds the Antarctic food web together and whose balance is essential to our very existence. CNN's Arwa Damon and Brice Laine report from Antarctica
The budget bill before Congress includes an update to federal law that makes clear that authorities with a warrant can obtain emails and other data held by U.S. technology companies but stored on servers overseas
A man who was released from a Washington prison early due to a software glitch is suing the Department of Corrections, saying his re-arrest three years later to serve the remaining time was illegal and upended the life he had painstakingly rebuilt