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The nearly 400-page report represents the culmination of 22 months of investigation by Mueller's team, although the fight over the probe isn't likely to end when the redacted document is released.
Mindich's support would be a boost for Biden, who has yet to announce whether he is running and faces doubts from other top Democratic financiers.
Along with former Vice President Joe Biden, who has yet to declare whether he is running, Sanders is a favorite among Democratic primary voters, according to polls.
Wall Street, finance executives bet early on a range of Democratic presidential candidates, even as contenders seek distance from big-money donors.
A comedian-turned-politician is a strong favorite to win Ukraine's presidential election run-off vote this coming Sunday, despite little being known about his policies.
President Donald Trump's pick for the Federal Reserve board, Stephen Moore, once joked that he had used Hillary Clinton's photo as a bullseye to potty train one son. Both Moore's and Herman Cain's candidacies for the Fed face heavy criticism.
The Interior Department's inspector general will investigate conflict of interest complaints against Secretary David Bernhardt.
In front of a Pennsylvania crowd, Sanders made his case for a government-run health-care plan and responded to criticism that it would end private insurance.
Democratic presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke has released 10 years of his tax returns through 2017 and is promising to release last year's after he files them.
The report by special counsel Robert Mueller is expected to be released by the Justice Department on Thursday morning.
The plan, which was rejected twice in the past year, was confirmed to be still in the works by President Donald Trump last week after its existence was first reported by The Washington Post.
Paul Krugman shares his thoughts on income inequality and how it effects both the economy and the individual. "The reason to be worried about income inequality is what it does to people, which is ultimately what we care about," he says.
Buttigieg also has used his campaign funds more sparingly than rivals, according to a recent filing from the Federal Election Commission.
"So horrible to watch the massive fire," the president tweeted. "Perhaps flying water tankers could be used to put it out."
"Please know that, if you fail to comply, your failure will be interpreted as a denial of my request," the letter to the IRS states, NBCNews reports.
The 2020 Democratic contender would sign an order placing a "total moratorium" on new federal oil and gas leases on her first day as president.