What does the Mueller report say? The attorney general offered an early glimpse.
The investigation that has consumed the country and cast a shadow over the Trump presidency for almost two years has come to a close.
Members of the special counsel’s team have told associates that their findings are more troubling for President Trump than the attorney general indicated.
Monday on the NewsHour, Republicans say the Mueller report exonerates President Trump, as Democrats insist the full report must be shared with Congress and the public. Plus: Analyzing the Mueller report with Rep. Jamie Raskin, D-Md., and Kellyanne Conway, how Russia intervened in U.S. elections, legal analysis of the Barr summary, the latest on Brexit and Roger Rosenblatt on reacting to the news.
A conversation with Representative Jerry Nadler, the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, about how Congress is preparing for the results of the special counsel investigation.
It was kind of refreshing to hear the general calmness, demeanor, and complete logic coming from Nadler on this topic. I wish the Republicans could talk about issues in such a straightforward manner without bending over backwards to weaponize their speech and pushing rhetoric over general principles.
Republicans should be acting in a manner as if they actually believed in the Golden Rule as they’re soon going to be wishing they had done the same while they were in power.
We look at three possible outcomes of the special counsel investigation, which is believed to be wrapping up soon.
The special counsel is said to be preparing to deliver a report on the results of the Russia investigation. What happens next?
The special counsel’s indictment of the longtime Trump adviser establishes a direct connection between WikiLeaks and the president’s campaign.
I’m curious if there are charges the special prosecutor is holding back on to get people to flip for one final round that will come back and knock down the entire house of cards?
We look at how President Trump’s nominee for attorney general navigated the first day of his confirmation hearings.
We look at whether the changing of the guard at the Justice Department could also alter its often-acrimonious relationship with the president.
President Donald Trump was startled Tuesday as he watched television coverage of his nominee for attorney general describing a warm relationship with the special counsel Robert Mueller in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee, according to three people familiar with the matter.
We look at the major twists in the investigation over the past year and what to expect in 2019.
We spoke with Neal Katyal, a lawyer who wrote the special counsel regulations, about the case against Michael Cohen and what it means for President Trump.
The deputy attorney general, Rod Rosenstein, has been a central figure in the Russia investigation by appointing the special counsel and overseeing the inquiry.
As long as he’s leaving of his own accord…
An admission by President Trump’s former lawyer about a proposed business deal in Russia sheds new light on where the special counsel investigation is headed.
How does this happen so late in the game?