Mar 26, 2019

Warren finds voters aren't all that interested in the Mueller report

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Voters are more focused on their own lives than the Mueller report, 2020 hopeful Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) told CBS's "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert" Monday night.

What she's saying: Warren said she took "maybe 100 questions" campaigning in New Hampshire at the weekend. "Do you know how many were about the Mueller report? Zero," she said. "What people were asking about were the things that touch their lives ... what people are focused on is what’s happening in their lives and what is going to help us decide what kind of a country we’re going to be."

The big picture: The former law professor said she did want the full report by Special Counsel Robert Mueller to be released. She doesn't trust Attorney General William Barr's summary that findings do not conclude President Trump has committed a crime. "When we see the whole report, we’ll know what the basis is for this, period," she said.

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Mass shooting in Milwaukee: What we know

Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett in 2012. Photo: John Gress/Corbis via Getty Images

Six people died in a shooting at the Molson Coors Brewing Company in Milwaukee on Wednesday, including the gunman, Mayor Tom Barrett told reporters at a Wednesday evening press conference with local police.

Details: All of the victims worked at the brewery complex, as did the shooter who died of "an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound," police confirmed in a statement late Wednesday.

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Coronavirus updates: South Korea case count tops 2,000

Data: The Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins, the CDC, and China's Health Ministry. Note: China numbers are for the mainland only and U.S. numbers include repatriated citizens.

33 people in California have tested positive for the coronavirus, and health officials are monitoring 8,400 people who have recently returned from "points of concern," Gov. Gavin Newsom said Thursday.

The big picture: COVID-19 has killed more than 2,850 people and infected over 83,000 others in some 50 countries and territories. The novel coronavirus is now affecting every continent but Antarctica, and the WHO said Wednesday the number of new cases reported outside China has exceeded those inside the country for the first time.

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Syria's darkest chapter

Family room without a family, in Idlib. Photo: Muhammed Said/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images

The worst humanitarian crisis of Syria’s brutal civil war is colliding today with what could be the war’s most dangerous geopolitical showdown, after at least 29 Turkish troops were killed in an airstrike.

The big picture: The fighting is taking place in Idlib in northwest Syria, where a ferocious Syrian and Russian offensive has displaced 1 million civilians and infuriated Turkey, which borders the region.

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