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Saturday headlines: This just in.

Special counsel Robert S. Mueller III concludes his nearly two-year investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.

In a different letter, the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform wants to know why Trump son-in-law Jared Kusher uses WhatsApp for government business.

Moving to stifle the left, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee bans hiring firms that work with primary challengers.

Forecasters warn that recent torrential rainfall in the central US portends "a potential unprecedented flood season" through May.

Vasectomies in Spokane spike during March Madness, which provides an ideal time to do little else but recuperate on the couch.

The UK government announces it will miss nearly all of the environmental targets it set in 2010.

UK researchers want volunteers to digitize 19th-century handwritten weather reports that could help predict future weather events.

The widow of a boxing enthusiast who collected and catalogued VHS tapes of around 55,000 matches needs to re-home the archive.

On the questionable advertising ethics of toy-unboxing videos, whose target audience has no comprehension of sponcon.

The American Museum of Natural History annotates a diorama to show the historical inaccuracies and clichés depicted in the scene.

As facial recognition technology proliferates, suspected shoplifters may be unfairly smeared for life.

On the current spate of reunion tours featuring only a fraction—and sometimes none—of the original band members.

Watch: Collected local LA news footage of Depeche Mode fans in a frenzy over the release of "Violator" in 1990.