"Becky Something is enigmatic, funny and entertaining," Moss says about her role as a drug addicted musician in the '90s.

But she's also toxic.

Need to get caught up on the public release of the Mueller report? Here are some initial takeaways from the 448-page document 📄👇

"This is terrible. This is the end of my presidency. I'm f***ed."

That was President Trump's response to the news of special counsel Robert Mueller's appointment, according to the .

Why didn't Donald Trump Jr., Jared Kushner and Paul Manafort face charges connected with the infamous 2016 Trump Tower meeting with Russian delegation?

JUST IN: Attorney General Barr has written a letter to congressional leaders inviting them to review a version of the report with reduced redactions.

The stated that in some instances, the Trump campaign was receptive to Russian offers of assistance, and in other instances the campaign "shied away."

Ultimately, no Americans were charged with collusion.

.@philewing explains why it's so difficult to prove obstruction of justice:

The investigation was exhaustive, the office says, but it could only include evidence it could access.

The report indicates that some individuals associated with the Trump campaign "deleted relevant communications."

The special counsel's office addressed the question of whether members of the Trump campaign "coordinat[ed]" with Russian election interference activities.

What does "coordination" actually mean in this case?

After FBI Director James Comey was fired, Sarah Sanders told reporters "countless members of the FBI" didn't support Comey and had lost confidence in him.

She later told Mueller's team that her remarks were "a slip of the tongue."

Trump famously said in 2016 that he hopes Russia was “able to find” Hillary Clinton’s missing emails.

Mueller did not find evidence that Trump recovered those emails, but did find that several people associated with the campaign “were contacted about various efforts” to do so.

Remember Michael Flynn, Trump's ex-national security adviser?

The states that when Flynn began cooperating with Mueller’s team, Trump’s personal lawyer contacted Flynn’s lawyers asking for a "heads up" if Flynn knew “information that implicates the president.”

: Attorney General Barr has released a redacted version of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report summarizing his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.

Read it here:

Pennsylvania's soon-to-be official amphibian has more than its fair share of nicknames: snot otter, mud devil, Allegheny alligator, devil dog, lasagna lizard.

In short, it's not exactly a looker.

"I worked in Paris for six months after college and visited Notre Dame at least once a week. It was a place of refuge and beauty for me, one that I will never forget." –– Kevin Thompson

"Watercolors sketches from a month ago visiting on a cold day." –– Michael Scherotter

"The Notre Dame will always be one of my favorite memories while visiting Paris. The architecture, art and history was a marvelous experience to take in. The peace one felt walking in a crowded cathedral filled with tourist is unexplainable!" –– Chrissy Flores

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