Cross Plains crash leaves one dead, two injured

CROSS PLAINS, Wis. -- One person is dead and two are injured after a car crash in Cross Plains Saturday. According to a news release, the driver lost control of the SUV on Old Military Rd. going east, causing the…

Swastikas found drawn in chalk behind elementary schoo

EASTON, Connecticut (WFSB) -- An investigation is ongoing after Swastikas were found drawn on pavement behind an Easton school earlier this week. Police said the Swastikas, drawn in chalk, were found on Thursday, behind Samuel Staples Elementary School on Morehouse…

Navy launches investigation into controversial hand gesture

The US Military and Naval academies on Sunday launched internal investigations after cadets and midshipmen were captured on ESPN's pre-game show for the Army-Navy game making a hand gesture that some are interpreting as white nationalist and others are interpreting as innocent.

Highlights from the newly released FBI Mueller investigation notes

The Justice Department, responding to a lawsuit by CNN and BuzzFeed, released 295 pages of witness memoranda and notes from FBI interviews that were part of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian election interference, including contacts with Donald Trump

MH17 investigators appeal for witnesses of Moscow's involvement

International investigators are pleading for witnesses to testify about the role Russian government officials may have played in the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 in 2014, saying that intercepted telephone conversations pointed to Moscow's involvement.

Report on probe into Russia investigation may be nearly finished

Multiple witnesses who interviewed with the Justice Department Inspector General's Office as part of its probe into the opening of the Russia investigation have been asked in recent days to come in and review portions of the draft report, a sign that the highly anticipated document is nearing publication, people familiar with the situation told CNN.

FAA officials misled Congress about inspectors' training

The Federal Aviation Administration provided misleading statements to Congress about the training its inspectors received, including those that likely oversaw certification of the 737 Max, according to the findings of an Office of Special Counsel investigation.

WaPo: NOAA to investigate if response to Trump violated ethics

An official with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is going to investigate if the agency violated its own ethics when it backed President Donald Trump's tweets about Hurricane Dorian over its experts, according to a report by the Washington Post.