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Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation has been the focus of headlines and cable news for a full year now. Despite his seemingly leak-proof team, speculation and anxiety swirl around the inquiry. What do we actually know about the investigation? How much deeper does the iceberg go? And where is it heading next?

Links

- "The Lingering Mysteries of a Trump-Russia Conspiracy" (Natasha Bertrand, May 16, 2018)
- "Trump Finally Fesses Up to Reimbursing Michael Cohen" (David A. Graham, May 16, 2018)
- “What Exactly Is Rudy Giuliani's Role?” (David A. Graham, May 7, 2018)
- "Trump Goes to War With Mueller" (David A. Graham, May 2, 2018)
- "Mueller's Probe Is Even More Expansive Than It Seems" (Natasha Bertrand, May 14, 2018)
- "'These Are Very Dangerous Questions for the President'" (Adam Serwer, May 1, 2018)

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