The special counsel Robert Mueller will testify before Congress about the findings of the Russia investigation on 24 July, one week later than his appearance was originally planned, under an agreement
The House judiciary committee has voted to authorize subpoenas for 12 people mentioned in the special counsel Robert Mueller’s report into election interference, including Donald Trump’s son-in-law, Jared
When faced with a crisis of this magnitude, I cannot with a clean conscience ignore my duty to defend the constitution Katie Porter In the House of Representatives the apparently frustrated Democratic
Donald Trump joked with Vladimir Putin about getting rid of journalists and Russian meddling in US elections when the two leaders met at the G20 summit in Japan. As they sat for photographs at the start
Donald Trump,Vladimir Putin,Trump administration,Trump-Russia investigation,US foreign policy,US politics,Russia,US elections 2020,World news,G20 Asked by a reporter at the G20 summit in Japan whether
The Fox News host Sean Hannity discussed Donald Trump’s legal strategy with Paul Manafort while Manafort was awaiting trial, it emerged on Friday. Hundreds of text messages between Hannity, who is a close
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I’m deeply concerned that the president and the attorney general seem determined to weaponize and politicize intelligence that people risk their lives to obtain Mark Warner Attorney general William Barr’s
Trump confirms Sanders leaving to ‘go home to the Great State of Arkansas’ – follow the latest live Kari Paul here, signing off for the day. The top events of this afternoon: Federal Election Commission
The House of Representatives has passed a resolution enabling lawmakers to go to court to enforce their subpoenas against the US attorney general, William Barr, and former White House counsel Don McGahn.
John Dean, a star witness during Watergate who helped bring down the Nixon presidency, testified Monday that the special counsel Robert Mueller has provided Congress with a “road map” for investigating
Jared Kushner’s interview over the weekend, in which he said he did not know if he would alert the FBI if approached privately again by Russia, has revived questions about his White House security clearance.
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The denial from Mueller’s office that the special counsel drew up an indictment on three counts obstruction of justice is problematic and entirely predictable Did Donald Trump repeatedly break the law
Donald Trump renewed his attack on Robert Mueller, a day after the former special counsel said at a press conference that investigators could not conclude that the president had not committed a crime.
Donald Trump has denied that Russia helped elect him president, less than an hour after he admitted Russia did help to elect him president. In a flurry of tweets lashing out at people and concepts including
The special counsel’s reluctance to indict the president has only deepened the mystery he was hired to solve Robert Mueller has a reputation as a straight-shooting, play-it-by-the-book sort of guy. That
In his first comments since his report was released, Mueller underlined that responsibility for tackling presidential wrongdoing lies with Congress For those who hoped that Robert Mueller’s first public
Facebook has refused to delete a clip edited to make it look like the House speaker is drunk President Trump sparred with the late senator John McCain in life, and continued his attacks even after the
For two years, Robert Mueller, the special counsel, led one of the most consequential investigations in the history of American politics – a pursuit that was the subject of endless speculation and cast
If we had confidence that the president clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said that Robert Mueller Robert Mueller, the special counsel, on Wednesday reignited demands for Donald Trump’s impeachment