(Above: Otto Warmbier, an American college student who died last month from wounds sustained in a North Korean prison)
President Trump recently disclosed that he is conducting an investigation against those who are investigating him and his campaign, citing potential conflicts of interest as the reason.
In other US political news, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said he will remain in the position "as long as that is appropriate."
After an incident in which an American college student was killed, and with diplomatic tensions continuing to rise, the United States has said that it will ban its citizens from traveling to the autocratic country for tourism.
Two large internet black markets, Hansa Market and Alpha Bay, were shut down yesterday. These markets sold many illicit items, including opioids.
The lead singer of rap-rock group Linkin Park, Chester Bennington, died yesterday. He was 41.
Yesterday also marked the 48th anniversary of a human being's first steps on the moon, with the arrival of the Apollo 11 mission to the lunar surface, and Neil Armstrong's famous first steps on another world. Check out this NASA documentary on the event: Moonwalk One
Have a great Friday and an even better weekend, folks!