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Inside the White House the night DOJ appointed Robert Mueller

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The White House as seen in Washington on Tuesday.
 
  Inside the White House the night DOJ appointed a special counsel for Russia inquiry  
  Nearly 90 minutes after the Justice Department announced it was appointing a special counsel to oversee the Russia investigation, White House aides were stunned and scrambling.  
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  Then-FBI Director Robert Mueller testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington.   Special counsel vs. special prosecutor: What's the difference?
To answer this one, we need a bit of a history lesson.
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  Chris Cornell arrives at the premiere Of Open Road Films'   Soundgarden, Audioslave rocker Chris Cornell dies at age 52
Cornell, who had been on tour, died Wednesday night in Detroit, Brian Bumbery said in a statement.
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  LeBron James against Jaylen Brown   LeBron James after dominant Game 1 win: 'I didn't feel that great'
LeBron James was not satisfied after the Cavs' dominant 117-104 win in Game 1 of the East finals.
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  Protesters rally May 14, 2014 at the Federal Communications Commission in Washington, DC to support   Robert Mueller, James Comey briefings and more: 5 things you need to know Thursday
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  Stephen Colbert performs a musical tribute for advertisers before laying into President Trump.   Stephen Colbert mocks Donald Trump to CBS ad buyers
The host continued his insults, which helped him win late night.
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  Tulsa police officer  Betty Jo Shelby is pictured arriving to her manslaughter trial in the shooting of Terence Crutcher.   Tulsa officer found not guilty of shooting Terence Crutcher
Betty Jo Shelby, who was found not guilty of first-degree manslaughter, said she fired her weapon out of fear.
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  British Chief of Defense Air Chief Marshal Sir Stuart Peach, left, speaks with U.S. Chief of Defense General Joseph F. Dunford, Jr. during a meeting of NATO chiefs of defense at NATO headquarters in Brussels on Wednesday, May 17, 2017. (AP Photo/Virg   NATO in Afghanistan: Marine Gen. Joseph Dunford says alliance should move quickly to deploy forces
NATO considers new troops to break stalemate in Afghanistan
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  Jennifer Lawrence promoting 'Passengers' in London On Dec. 1, 2016.   Jennifer Lawrence: Not sorry for pole dancing caught on video
'I had a BLAST,' at a pal's birthday party, JLaw defiantly declares on Facebook.
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  Michael Flynn walks through the lobby of Trump Tower in this Nov. 17, 2016, file photo.   Trump team knew Flynn was being investigated, report says
Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn was under investigation for secretly working as a paid lobbyist for Turkey during the White House campaign and the Trump team knew, two sources tell The New York Times.
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A woman and child walk through the cool water of a fountain on a warm spring afternoon at Dilworth Park in Philadelphia.

A woman and child walk through the cool water of a fountain on a warm spring afternoon at Dilworth Park in Philadelphia.
 
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