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.
Never gratuitously annoy the person who is deciding how long you’ll spend in federal prison.
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.
The president steps over bright ethical and moral lines wherever he encounters them. Everyone in America saw it when he fired my boss. But I saw it firsthand time and time again.
For years, countries including Russia and China have used their citizens who study in the U.S. as an intelligence-gathering resource.
No one knows when it will actually “wrap up”—or what it will mean when it does.
Throughout a contentious oversight hearing, the acting attorney general seemed to be auditioning for his next job in the Trump administration.
The president claimed in his State of the Union address both that bipartisan legislation is impossible if he is subjected to partisan investigations—and that he has already signed several important bipartisan bills into law.
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.
A fixation on doing whatever it takes to prevail is the luxury of criminal lawyers who do not represent a president.
The longtime Trump adviser’s attention-seeking ways made him an easy target for Robert Mueller.
Trump’s longtime adviser said after appearing in federal court, “The only thing worse than being talked about is not being talked about.”
Roger Stone is the latest of the president’s associates to ignore the most important rule in a conspiracy: Don’t take notes.
Roger Stone’s indictment would have packed more of a wallop if his ties to WikiLeaks hadn’t been obvious since the 2016 campaign.
Robert Mueller is looking for crimes. It’s up to legislators to safeguard the country.
Rudy Giuliani, on the Sunday shows, says the president never told Michael Cohen to lie about pursuing Trump Tower Moscow during the 2016 campaign.
The allegation that the president instructed his lawyer to lie must make them deeply politically uncomfortable.