Some Republicans Open to Legislation Protecting Robert Mueller, Marco Rubio Fires Chief of Staff Over Alleged Misconduct, Anti-Putin Protests in Russia: A.M. Links



    Some Republicans in Congress say they're interested in legislation that would prevent President Trump from firing special counsel Robert Mueller.

  • "No, Ivanka Trump didn't stop José Andrés from getting into a party."
  • Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) fired his chief of staff for alleged "improper conduct" with a subordinate.
  • Demonstrators across Russia called for a boycott of the presidential election in March.
  • A proposed law in Poland would prohibit blaming the country or its people for any part of the Holocaust, setting a three year prison term for referring to concentration camps as "Polish death camps."
  • Sauli Niinistö was re-elected president of Finland in the first round of voting.
  • A French climber was rescued off "Killer Mountain" in Pakistan.
  • Grammys host James Corden and several performers wore white roses to the ceremony in support of Time's Up.

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