Why does the White House cede control of the narrative to the Russians?
For his role in clearing the president of obstruction-of-justice charges, the deputy attorney general has gone from public enemy to potential savior.
And the public could be left with a shell of Mueller's original findings.
The special counsel’s most interesting findings about Trump and Russia might be in his report’s narrative description of key relationships.
The attorney general says he may be able to advise Congress of the special counsel’s principal conclusions as early as this weekend.
Alexander Ionov, the founder of the NGO, called the Anti-Globalization Movement, began raising money for the suspected Russian agent through a fundraising website in 2018.
The disgraced operative still needs to answer for his ties to a suspected Russian spy.
A sweeping new probe launched by the House Judiciary Committee could be the most revealing yet about the president’s alleged misconduct.
After the former Trump attorney’s testimony last week, House Oversight Chairman Elijah Cummings says that “all you have to do is follow the transcript.”
The former deputy director of the FBI explains why the bureau felt obligated to investigate the president—and how the Mueller probe might end.
Meanwhile, the Democratic-led House committee is gearing up for a reinvigorated inquiry.
Throughout a contentious oversight hearing, the acting attorney general seemed to be auditioning for his next job in the Trump administration.
A new filing by Special Counsel Robert Mueller shows how Russia uses the federal courts to go after its adversaries.
He once felt he owed Trump his loyalty. Now he owes Congress an explanation.
Trump’s longtime adviser said after appearing in federal court, “The only thing worse than being talked about is not being talked about.”
FBI agents say the government shutdown is costing them confidential sources, postponing indictments, and shutting down investigations.
A BuzzFeed report says President Trump directed Michael Cohen to lie to Congress, prompting the talk of impeachment even before the special counsel finishes his probe.
The attorney-general nominee attempted to assuage Democrats’ fears that he would be beholden to the president, but parts of his testimony still left them unnerved.
Trump’s attorney-general nominee has written that a key aspect of the Russia investigation is “fatally misconceived.”
Donald Trump uses the agency to attack his political enemies.