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Mueller Special Coverage on WKAR World, streaming

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Wed. Jul. 24, 8am on WKAR World 23.2 HD and Stream | Live coverage from NPR and PBS NewsHour as Robert Mueller testifies before Congress about the Russia investigation.

Wed. 8am on WKAR WORLD 23.2
Inside The Report: A PBS NewsHour Special
PBS NewsHour reveals the headlines and key findings behind the 448-page Mueller report.

Due to the nature of live events, note that all times are approximate and subject to change, often with very short notice.

Wed. 8:30am on WKAR World 23.2
Robert Mueller Testifies: A PBS NewsHour Special
LIVE: Robert Mueller testifies before Congress about the Russia investigation.

Wed. 8:30am Streaming Live from NPR
Former special counsel Robert Mueller is appearing in two separate hearings before the House judiciary and intelligence committees. Though Mueller has said his report on Russian interference in the 2016 election is his testimony, lawmakers have insisted that he testify in person. Watch the proceedings live here.

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Former special counsel Robert Mueller is scheduled to testify before House lawmakers Wednesday about his report on Russian interference in the 2016 election, the connections between the Trump campaign and Russia, as well as potential efforts by President Donald Trump to obstruct the investigation.

In his report, Mueller said he did not find evidence that any Americans “knowingly or intentionally coordinated with” Russia’s efforts to interfere in the 2016 election.

Mueller did not come to a conclusion on whether Trump obstructed justice, citing a Justice Department opinion that says a sitting president can’t be indicted. Instead, Mueller laid out the possible evidence and left the question of whether to charge Trump with a crime up to Barr, who then said there was insufficient evidence.

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