Robert Mueller Speaks For First Time On Russia Investigation, ResignsMueller Wednesday said that Justice Department policy prohibiting the indictment of a sitting president meant that "charging the president with a crime was therefore not an option we could consider."
From 'Witch Hunt' To 2020 Campaign Slogan: Trump Sees Mueller As Boost For Re-ElectionFor the better part of his presidency and as recently as last week, Donald Trump denigrated Robert Mueller's investigation as a partisan "witch hunt," and he has at times said it was led by a "a prosecutor gone rogue" and a group of "angry" Democrats.
Former Trump Campaign Chair Paul Manafort Sentenced To 47 MonthsManafort spoke briefly about how prayer and faith have helped get him through this time and asked Judge T.S. Ellis "to be compassionate."
Michael Cohen Pleads Guilty To Lying To Congress About RussiaPresident Donald Trump's former lawyer has pleaded guilty to lying to Congress about work he did on a Trump real estate deal in Russia.
Donald Trump Isn't Ruling Out Pardoning Paul ManafortPardoning former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort is still a possibility, President Trump told the New York Post in an Oval Office interview Wednesday.
Mueller Says Manafort Violated Plea Agreement By Lying To InvestigatorsProsecutors said Monday that former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort violated his plea agreement with the government by lying to federal investigators.
Trump Declassifies Text Messages From Comey , DOJ Officials In Russia Probe President Trump has ordered the declassification of documents and text messages related to the Russia investigation as sought by House Republicans.
President Trump's Lawyer Says He's Not Sure If Collusion Is A CrimePresident Donald Trump's lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, said Monday that he's not sure collusion with Russia would be considered a crime.
Cohen: Trump Knew In Advance Of 2016 Trump Tower Meeting With Russian LawyerPresident Trump's former attorney, Michael Cohen , is willing to tell special counsel Robert Mueller that the president knew in advance of a June 2016 Trump Tower meeting involving Mr. Trump's son, top campaign officials and a Russian lawyer.
Trump: 'I Accept' Intel Agencies' Conclusion Of Russian Meddling In 2016 ElectionPresident Trump on Tuesday claimed he has full faith in U.S. intelligence agencies, on the heels of his widely criticized meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Paul Manafort Thinks He's Being Treated Like A 'VIP' In Jail, Special Counsel SaysAfter weeks of him saying he couldn't prepare for his late July trial behind bars, a federal judge ordered the former Donald Trump campaign chairman to be transferred to an Alexandria, Virginia, detention facility minutes from DC.
Mueller Files Obstruction Charges Against Manafort, Russian AssociateThe expanded criminal allegations ratchet up the pressure Manafort faces to cut a deal with the special counsel's office as he awaits two criminal trials.
Jared Kushner's Security Clearance ReinstatedKushner met with Robert Mueller's investigators a second time in April and answered questions for seven hours, according to his attorney, Abbe Lowell.
Stormy Daniels' Attorney Claims Michael Cohen Received Payments From Company Controlled By Russian OligarchMichael Avenatti says President Trump's lawyer received $500,000 from a company controlled by a Russian oligarch.
House Intel Committee: 'No Evidence' Of Russian Collusion, But 'Poor Judgment'The 253-page report found no evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian officials, but did cite "poor judgment" and "ill-considered actions."