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  • In this Dec. 1, 2017, file photo, former Trump national security adviser Michael Flynn leaves federal court in Washington. (Susan Walsh/AP)
    As Mueller closed in, pressure mounted on Flynn and family

    In the days before he pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI, and as he braced for the public revelation that he’d morphed from government target to government cooperator, Michael Flynn was reveling in the pleasures of a new grandchild, swapping cheerful observations about babies with a longtime friend and fellow grandfather.

  • Flynn seeks sanctuary from Russia scandal in hometown surf

    Former national security adviser Michael Flynn, at the center of multiple probes into Russia's interference in the 2016 presidential election, seeks sanctuary from the swirling eddy of news coverage in the beach town where he grew up surfing and skateboarding, one of nine siblings crammed into a 1,200-square foot house.

  • All that has come in from the Nazi Sub U-853, which torpedoed a collier off Pont Judith, R.I., shortly before the German Capitulation, is this assortment of wreckage and clothing. Included above are the captain’s cap, artificial lungs, a mattress and pillow, a liferaft, a towel, and what appears to have been part of her flagstaff. The sub was destroyed by depth charges dropped in shallow water by the USS Atherton, a destroyer escort shown May 16, 1945. (AP Photo)
    Scientists exploring wreck of sunken U-boat off Rhode Island

    Scientists are using submersibles to explore a German U-boat sunk seven miles off the Rhode Island coast the day before Nazi Germany surrendered in World War II, and they're streaming the attempts online as they work to learn more about shipwrecks and how they affect the environment.

  • Judge: $18M Navy kickbacks mastermind can't sue

    A former Navy employee who masterminded an $18 million kickback scheme won't be allowed to proceed with a lawsuit against the whistleblowers who helped bring him down.