Trump ordered stiff new tariffs on a wide range of Chinese imports in response to what the White House calls China's unfair treatment of U.S. technology.
A Gallup poll finds teachers support measures like background checks for gun buyers, but little enthusiasm for bearing arms.
Zuckerberg had been quiet since news broke Friday that Cambridge Analytica may have used data improperly obtained from roughly 50 million Facebook users to try to sway elections.
The Associated Press, working with New York's Housing Rights Initiative, has uncovered dozens of cases in which false applications were filed for building permits in rent-controlled properties.
With ballots from 80 percent of Russia's precincts counted by early Monday, Putin had amassed 76 percent of the vote. Widespread reports of ballot-box stuffing and forced voting likely won't dilute the win.
Congressional Republicans would not go as far as the president. Sen. Marco Rubio said he remained confident that special counsel Robert Mueller is "fair and thorough" and will "arrive at the truth."
Cambridge Analytica scraped user data by pretending it was doing research. The company admits it improperly received users' personal info — but denies using it for the campaign.
Snowboarder Mike Shea of Castaic is trying to medal again after winning silver at the 2014 Sochi Paralympics.