An internal Justice Department investigation fails to find any evidence of political bias in the Russia investigation.
One of Donald Trump”s closest associates has been convicted by a Federal jury.
A Federal Judge in Washington has dismissed a lawsuit filed by the DNC alleging a conspiracy between the Trump campaign and Russia during the 2016 election.
Attorney General William Barr has opened a new investigation into the origins of the Russia investigation, a move that seems suspiciously political.
Thus far, the full(ish) release provides plenty of juicy details but no real revelations.
Predictably, news that the investigation has ended has people on both sides cheering. It’s unwarranted.
Robert Mueller appears to be winding down his investigation and getting ready to submit a report to the Attorney General.
A Federal Judge found that former Trump Campaign Manager Paul Manafort lied repeatedly after entering into a plea agreement with Special Counsel Robert Mueller. This either makes him incredibly stupid or willing to sacrifice himself to hide the truth from Federal investigators.
Roger Stone, who worked with the Trump campaign in an official and unofficial capacity throughout the campaign, has been indicted by Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
Paul Manafort’s attorneys reveal in a pleading that their client provided insider campaign data to Russian intelligence sources, something that seems an awful lot like collusion.
A bunch of mysteriously sealed filings in Federal Court in D.C. could mean that Robert Mueller has already subpoenaed the President.
Another day, another plea agreement in the Mueller investigation. This one could prove to be problematic for the President.
Former Trump campaign aide George Papadopoulos received a very generous sentence in return for his guilty plea.
It’s not obvious that two more felons in the Trump inner circle will have any immediate impact.
Former Trump lawyer and “fixer” Michael Cohen is reportedly ready to tell investigators that the President is lying about his knowledge regarding the June 2016 meeting at Trump Tower between Trump campaign officials and a Russian lawyer.
The Office of Special Counsel Robert Mueller has issued indictments against twelve Russian intelligence officials for election-related hacking, and in the process has shown most of the arguments made by the President and his surrogates regarding the Russia investigation are nonsense.
Former Trump Campaign Director Paul Manafort has been hit with a new round of charges.
Based on a strict reading of the Constitution, a sitting President probably does have the power to pardon himself. That doesn’t mean he should be allowed to get away with it without consequence.
With the President’s “Spygate” allegations standing largely discredited, his attorney and at the moment chief spokesperson Rudy Giuliani admits that the entire conspiracy theory was created to discredit the Mueller investigation.
The Mueller investigation turns one year old today and, despite the arguments of Trump and his supporters, there’s no sign that it will be coming to an end in the near future.
Backing up the nation’s intelligence agencies, the Senate Intelligence Committee said in a preliminary statement that it had concluded that Russia sought to aid Donald Trump’s campaign in the 2016 Presidential election.
The Senate Judiciary Committee has released a treasure trove of documents related to the June 2016 meeting between Trump campaign officials and a Russian lawyer, and they raise far more questions than they answer.
Rudy Giuliani tried to clean up the mess he created for his client earlier this week. He failed miserably.
Robert Mueller has some questions for the President, and the wide range of topic areas should worry President Trump significantly.
The House Intelligence Committee’s report is being touted as vindication by the Trump Administration and its supporters. It’s not.
The Democratic National Committee has filed a lawsuit alleging a wide-ranging conspiracy to influence the 2016 election. As a legal document, it appears to be little more than a political stunt.
The head of the House Intelligence Committee’s Russia investigation admitted yesterday that the committee was never focused on any potential evidence of collusion.
Ending an investigation that was flawed and tainted with partisanship from the start, the House Intelligence Committee has abruptly concluded its investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
Jonathan Bernstein thinks so and Chuck Todd and company outline a pretty strong case.
Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee have released a memo that completely eviscerates the memo prepared by Committee Chairman Devin Nunes.
Even with yesterday’s indictments, President Trump still won’t acknowledge reality even though it’s staring him in the face.
Intelligence officials are warning that the Russians are set to seek to influence the 2018 elections just as they did in 2016. Despite this, the Trump Administration refuses to acknowledge this publicly while the President seeks to undermine the investigation into past Russian interference.
Contrary to the claims that were made by conservatives and Trump supporters before its release, the memo prepared by Congressman Devin Nunes has done nothing to undermine the Russia investigation.
Administration officials are admitting that it’s likely that Russia will try to interfere in the midterm elections just as it did in 2016, but they don’t seem inclined to do anything about it.
Donald Trump’s own lawyers are afraid he can’t help but lie to such an extent that he should not sit down for an interview with special counsel Robert Mueller.
The two most important allegations in the Nunes memo appear to be complete lies.
President Trump is claiming that the Nunes memo vindicates him. He’s wrong.
National Review legal analyst David French argues that the Nunes memo actually undermines the central claim its proponents were seeking to bolster.
Republicans have released the memo prepared by Congressman Devin Nunes that purports to call into question the basis for the Russia investigation. In the end, though, it amounts to much ado about nothing.
2017 was quite a year. 2018 promises to be just as interesting.
Mueller crosses Trump’s “red line.”
Potentially bad news for President Trump in connection with the Russia investigation.