Special Counsel Robert Mueller turned in his report to US Attorney General on Friday after almost two years of investigation. On Sunday, Barr sent a four-page letter to Congress. A key quote: "While this report does not conclude that the president committed a crime, it also does not exonerate him," Barr quoted Mueller as writing in his report on the issue of possible obstruction of justice.

The financial turmoil shaking major economies could hurt millions in developing countries where people are already facing higher food and fuel prices.
The U.S. and Iraqi governments have reached a draft agreement that includes a timetable for withdrawing American troops in the next 4 years.
A breakdown of Barack Obama and John McCain's climate change and energy plans.
Polls show a majority of voters with military backgrounds support McCain, but some veterans groups question which candidate is really looking out for them.
US-born Mexican pop star Julieta Venegas has gone unplugged and on the road; she likes playing her new sound for Latino audiences in the United States.
The financial crisis and foreign policy -- at the debate, what the candidates said, and what they left out.
Micro-loans have helped some of the poorest people in the developing world become entrepreneurs.
Internet communications tool Skype has come under fire -- its partner in China has been storing users' personal text messages.
Governments across Europe are struggling to save their banks, the EU calls for tougher regulations.
American designers and architects are distributing a textile in Mexico that absorbs the sun's rays during the day, and gives off light at night.

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