Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu suffered from "high fever and coughs" due to strep throat complications, according to his doctor.
Marielle Franco, an outspoken critic of police corruption and state violence, was killed in a drive-by shooting.
"Politics beat a desire for the truth," former Attorney General Eric Holder said, slamming House Intelligence Committee Republicans for unilaterally shutting down the Trump-Russia probe.
The announcement comes as the company battles questions about potentially fraudulent ad practices.
Nunberg was an aide on Trump's 2016 campaign.
A majority of Americans don't think Trump is doing enough to prevent another foreign influence campaign on U.S. elections, though respondents remain largely split along party lines.
On Monday, Texas Representatives called on the Trump administration to investigate the conditions that allegedly led to 23-year-old Laura Monterrosa and others becoming victims of sexual abuse at T. Don Hutto.
Mueller filed a previous indictment against them last October.
He admitted to lying about communications he had with Rick Gates, who is also facing charges.
The House Energy and Commerce Committee has sent letters to three top drug distributors requesting more information.
The people and entities in the indictment are the first foreign defendants named in the special counsel's investigation.
The FBI was alerted to Nikolas Cruz after someone with the same username posted a comment on YouTube last fall proclaiming, "I'm going to be a professional school shooter."
FBI Director Christopher Wray testified about Porter before the Senate Intelligence Committee.
"It's appalling that some companies deliberately misled patients and doctors, helping to fuel the epidemic we have today," Senator Claire McCaskill told Newsweek.
A member of the Senate Intelligence Committee argued that the Senate should look into the suspected ties between Russia and the NRA.
Representative Adam Schiff said House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes changed a controversial memo after the panel reviewed it.
The restaurant of a man who became an internet sensation for seasoning meat is now facing an investigation from the New York City Health Department.
Mark Corallo left President Donald Trump's legal team last July.