Former FBI Director James Comey announced the FBI investigation into Russia and the 2016 election on March 9, 2017. Two months later, he was fired. Here's a timeline of the many twists and turns that have happened since.
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President Trump and Pope Francis meet at the Vatican
Pope Francis jokes with Melania Trump about the President's diet, blesses her rosary
She helped her paralyzed son get his MBA, and earned a surprise on graduation day
Go on a record-breaking spacewalk with two NASA astronauts in this video
Man shooting driver who cut him off is caught on camera
Melania Trump seems to indicate 'hands off' when president reaches out
Pippa Middleton marries in traditional English wedding
Skateboarder flies from halfpipe onto his knees to propose to girlfriend
Armed man leaps over counter and attacks clerk
Surveillance video shows school employee lifting student off ground by neck
Breathtaking views shows NASA flight over Greenland's glaciers
President Donald Trump met with Pope Francis at the Vatican on Wednesday. In a statement, the Vatican said the two sides agreed on their "joint commitment in favor of life and freedom of worship and conscience." It said talks also covered promoting peace through dialogue with people of other faiths.
Pope Francis joked with First Lady Melania Trump upon their meeting at the Vatican on May 24. He pointed to the President and asked her, "What are you feeding him, potica?" Potica is a traditional Slovenian dessert, a favorite of Pope Francis.
Judy O'Connor moved from Florida to California to help her son, Marty, attend classes and take notes while he worked towards his Master of Business Administration at Chapman University. On graduation day, Marty coordinated a surprise to thank his mom.
Expedition 50 Flight Engineer Peggy Whitson sets out on her eighth spacewalk in this series of videos from NASA's Twitter account. She surpasses astronaut Suni Williams’ record for the most spacewalks by a female astronaut. Watch Whitson and Jack Fischer do stunning work outside the International Space Station on Tuesday, May 23, 2017. Stay until the end for Fischer's "Wow" moment.
Broward County (Florida) Sheriff’s Office Violent Crimes Unit detectives are searching for an unidentified man who wounded a victim in the parking lot of a Deerfield Beach market after the victim cut him off in traffic. The shooter, who had no qualms about firing his gun in front of several witnesses, also had no worries about returning to the site minutes after the shooting.
First Lade Melania Trump seems to flick away her husband's hand when President Trump reached out for her at the Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv. The event was a welcome ceremony by Israeli President Rueben Rivlin and Prime Minster Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday, May 22, 2017.
Pippa Middleton, sister of Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, married in a traditional ceremony in England. Her niece and nephew, the Princess Charlotte and Prince George, were pagegirl and pageboy in the wedding, and it was attended by Princes William and Harry.
A 50-year-old Rankin, Pa., school employee is facing charges after police said he picked up a 13-year-old student by the neck twice and carried him down a hall. It's not clear what led up to the confrontation. The employee remains free while he faces charges of misdemeanor simple assault and endangering the welfare of a child.
An expanse of snow and ice on Greenland's southern glaciers is seen up close in this stunning footage shared on Twitter by NASA test pilot Gerrit Everson, who soared above in a P-3 Orion. The timelapse footage is part of the agency’s Operation IceBridge campaign, a mission to survey Earth’s polar ice.
Instagram user Megan Rebecca shared clips and images of Chris Cornell's final performance with Soundgarden at Detroit’s Fox Theater on May 17. This clip shows his performance of the band’s hit "Black Hole Sun."
On May 18, 1980, Mount St. Helens, near Portland, Ore., erupted, making it the deadliest and most economically destructive volcanic event in the history of the United States. Fifty-seven people were killed and 250 homes, 47 bridges, 15 miles of railways and 185 miles of highway were destroyed.
IceCube, a tiny satellite with an experimental radiometer onboard, was released from the International Space Station. It’s set to study ice clouds from space and could improve weather models, according to NASA. Watch it go in this video.