Washington is on edge waiting for special counsel Robert Mueller's report. Nobody knows when the final report will be filed, but that hasn't stopped the media and lawmakers from ratcheting up their anticipation for the document - https://nyti.ms/2JaS6Uf

  • The report may not be coming anytime soon as Mueller's investigation is funded through September - https://reut.rs/2JaFgFL

The White House and Senate are working on a plan to stop GOP Senators from voting to block Trump's emergency order. The proposed legislation, spearheaded by Utah Sen. Mike Lee, would scale back future emergency declarations by Trump. Vice President Mike Pence said Trump will sign the bill if the Senate defeats the resolution to block his emergency declaration to build his proposed border wall - https://wapo.st/2J6rvrs

  • A new poll shows a majority of Americans still oppose President Trump's border emergency declaration - https://politi.co/2J6sbx0

Schiff says Trump ought to be indicted after he leaves office. Rep. Adam Schiff, the chair of the House Intelligence Committee, said President Donald Trump probably should be indicted for crimes committed by his former personal lawyer, Michael Cohen - https://wapo.st/2JaEubP


What everybody is talking about. Dozens of parents, including famous actresses, along with college coaches were charged in an alleged bribery scheme to get students into top colleges - https://nyti.ms/2JbcdBY


Countries around the world have grounded the Boeing 737 Max 8 jet after two crashes, but not the U.S. The head of Boeing appealed directly to President Donald Trump, assuring him the jets are safe - https://nyti.ms/2JaLe9C

  • President Trump weighed in on Twitter about the issue, complaining that modern planes are too complicated for pilots. "I don't want Albert Einstein to be my pilot," he said - https://politi.co/2Jo4T6b

California to halt executions. Gov. Gavin Newsom says he will issue an executive order to stop capital punishment for more than 700 inmates on death row - https://nyti.ms/2J6qNKO


British lawmakers rejected the latest Brexit deal. The vote against Prime Minister Theresa May's deal means more political uncertainty as Britain is set to leave the European Union in just 17 days - https://cnn.it/2JaL2qU


House Democrats introduced a bill to provide a path to citizenship for DACA recipients. The bill would apply to young undocumented immigrants who were brought here by their parents and immigrants in the country under Temporary Protected Status - https://nbcnews.to/2J9sx68


Trump administration will close many overseas immigration offices. The offices serve as a resource for foreigners applying to relocate to the United States - https://nyti.ms/2JaHQeX