Nearly 5,000 FBI special agents, intelligence analysts, attorneys, and professional staff have been furloughed.
The initial failure to redact a sensitive document was the latest in a series of missteps by Paul Manafort’s lawyers.
The longtime Trump adviser appears to have asked an associate to obtain anti-Clinton emails from WikiLeaks during the 2016 campaign.
Judge Emmet Sullivan expressed “disdain” and “disgust” for Flynn’s crimes and, despite the government’s request for leniency, postponed a status hearing until March.
Authorities indict two former associates of Michael Flynn for acting as illegal agents of the Turkish government in the United States.
The onetime graduate student admits to being a foreign agent who sought to establish back channels to Republicans through the NRA.
The sentencing ended a saga that began with a dramatic FBI raid and led Cohen to implicate the president in criminal misconduct.
The sentencing documents offer the clearest signs yet of how investigators are encircling the president.
A heavily redacted document cites the former national-security adviser’s “substantial” cooperation as a reason for him to avoid jail. Trump’s former campaign chief may not be so lucky.
The president’s former personal lawyer admitted lying to Congress about efforts in 2016 to build a Trump Tower in Moscow.
Legal experts call his ongoing talks with Trump about the Mueller probe “extremely unusual.”
The former foreign-policy adviser to the Trump campaign boasted of a Russia business deal even after the election, according to a new letter under review.
Jerome Corsi, an associate of the Trump confidant Roger Stone, says he’s been offered a plea deal on one perjury count—but won’t take it.
Trump reportedly sought earlier this year to prosecute Hillary Clinton and James Comey, which one former Justice Department official called “un-American.”
Lawmakers thought Nixon’s gathering of inside information about the Watergate probe from DOJ was an impeachable offense.
The president was unusually specific in his attacks against the special counsel.
Dana Rohrabacher lost his reelection bid after two decades in Congress. Democrats could now dig in to his Kremlin ties.
The special counsel could find recourse in the courts if the new acting attorney general tries to chip away at his work.
His temporary replacement, Matthew Whitaker, has expressed skepticism over the scope of the Russia investigation—which he’ll now oversee.
With today’s midterms, America’s election infrastructure has never been more carefully monitored by government officials. But will that be enough?