The fresh barrage comes after Trump spent the last three days meeting with his legal team, crafting answers to written questions from Robert Mueller.
- by Maggie Haberman
One flight attendant said the pressure in her ears was so great she could barely hear anything.
- by Lori Aratani
Oil prices soared and then slumped in the past few months. The US sanctions on Iran are only part of the explanation.
- by Stephen Bartholomeusz
Postal worker Robert Bailey is a "humble man" who after a quarter of a century won the jackpot.
- by Liz Robbins
Michael Avenatti praised the Los Angeles Police Department for its "professionalism" while calling the allegations against him "completely bogus".
Deputy national security adviser Mira Ricardel is leaving the White House a day after first lady Melania Trump's office called for her dismissal in an unprecedented outburst.
The Camp wildfire - the deadliest in California's history with at least 50 dead and hundreds missing - left the school standing but its fate remains uncertain.
- by Hailey Branson-Potts
A US judge has ordered Amazon to turn over Alexa recordings after Echo device found on kitchen counter of home where two women were killed.
- by Meagan Flynn
Trump did not show up at WWI events nor lay a wreath at Arlington cemetery on Veterans Day, has cancelled trips and sent officials to other events in his place.
- by Eli Stokols
Authorities have released a list of more than 130 people still missing, warning that the death toll will likely rise further.
- by Michael Idato
Even reporters who dislike Acosta's style have said presidents should not have the right to pick which journalists participate in press conferences.
- by Matthew Knott