But a source tells the BBC Mr Rosenstein was being sarcastic when he suggested wiretapping Mr Trump.
The president demands "date, time and place" of the sexual assault Brett Kavanaugh is accused of.
The US secretary of state was asked if he was ever tempted to hide documents from the president.
Christine Blasey Ford's lawyer accuses senators of "arbitrary" deadlines over the Kavanaugh hearing.
Civilians and soldiers are killed in a gun attack on an Iranian military parade, state media say.
The European Council head says it was in fact UK PM Theresa May who was "uncompromising" over her plan.
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The pop icon, designer, actress says she "couldn't be more proud" to take on the government role.
The death is thought to be the second in the nation while using the popular electric scooters.
The US says Assad Ahmad Barakat has laundered money for the Lebanese militant group in South America.
A "bug" on the network existed for over a year, the company said as it warned a small number of users.
The children were playing near a police station when the bomb blast happened, witnesses say.
Erik Solheim is criticised for risking the UN's reputation by extensive use of expensive air travel.
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