US President Donald Trump (R) and Russia's President Vladimir Putin talk as they make their way to take the "family photo" during the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) leaders' summit in the central Vietnamese city of Danang on November 11, 2017.
World leaders and senior business figures are gathering in the Vietnamese city of Danang this week for the annual 21-member APEC summit. / AFP PHOTO / POOL / JORGE SILVA        (Photo credit should read JORGE SILVA/AFP/Getty Images)

Russia accuses US of nerve agent attack

Just a day after President Trump congratulated Russian President Vladimir Putin on his re-election victory, the Kremlin suggested that the US was responsible for the poisoning of a former spy in Britain. CNN's Frederik Pleitgen has the story.
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White House defends Trump's call to Putin

While the White House is defending President Trump's congratulations to Russia's President Vladimir Putin on his re-election win, GOP leaders are defending special counsel Robert Mueller.

WaPo: Trump lawyers try to limit interview

Lawyers for President Donald Trump recently provided the special counsel's office with documents in an attempt to limit the scope of an interview between Trump and special counsel Robert Mueller, The Washington Post reported.
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Austin bombing investigation

Brian Todd reports on the latest in the investigation into Austin bombings, which now include a trip-wire bomb; and interviews a former FBI profiler.

Dem: Russia hacking utilities an act of war

Rep. John Garamendi (D-CA) says if President Trump fails to order US Cyber Command to respond to Russian hacking of US utilities, it would be a dereliction of office and could amount to an article of impeachment.
Joseph Yun, the former US special representative for North Korea policy.

Yun: N. Korea surprised Trump accepted

Former US diplomat Joseph Yun, who's been working with North Korea for years, tells CNN he wasn't surprised that President Trump quickly agreed to an offer to sit down with Kim Jong Un, but the North Koreans were. CNN's Elise Labott reports.
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Blumenthal: House Intel outcome gift to Putin

Democratic Senator Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut slammed Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee for ending their probe into Russian interference in the 2016 election, saying that this conclusion was a gift to both Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin.
WASHINGTON, DC - OCTOBER 04:  Sen. Mark Warner (D-VA) questions former Equifax CEO Richard Smith during a Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee hearing in the Hart Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill October 4, 2017 in Washington, DC. Smith stepped down as CEO of Equifax last month after it was reported that hackers broke into the credit reporting agency and made off with the personal information of nearly 145 million Americans.  (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

GOP, Dems divide on lingering Russia questions

Senate Intel Vice Chairman Mark Warner (C-VA) stands by the Senate Intel community's conclusion that Russian President Vladimir Putin wanted to help President Trump win the 2016 presidential election. CNN's Manu Raju has the story.