Mueller indicted more than three dozen individuals for a variety of crimes during his investigation, including top Trump campaign officials and members of Russian intelligence.
Robert Mueller Is Done With His Investigation Into The Trump Campaign — And Isn't Recommending More Indictments
Mueller’s report to Attorney General Bill Barr is confidential, at least for now. Barr is expected to advise Congress soon on the "principal conclusions" of Mueller's report.
The Justice Department And Trump's Lawyers Argue No One Should Be Able To Sue Him For Profiting From His Hotel
An appeals court heard arguments Tuesday in a case over whether Trump is violating the foreign and domestic emoluments clauses of the US Constitution by refusing to divest in his businesses.
Inflammatory college writings? Sometimes a problem, sometimes not. Poor performance in the Senate? No go. Accusations of racism? It depends.
A Texas Landowner Suing Over Trump’s National Emergency Declaration Worries His Ancestors’ Bodies Will Be Exhumed
Ramiro Ramirez says US officials are scoping out property for border wall construction that would run through two historic cemeteries where his ancestors are buried.
"Though he is tasked with significant responsibilities, the President is still a person, and he is not above the law."
Paul Manafort Was Hit With New Criminal Charges Right After His Second Sentencing In Mueller's Probe
Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. announced residential mortgage fraud charges against Manafort shortly after the former Trump campaign chair had his second sentencing out of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation.
Manafort was already sentenced to 47 months — minus time already served — in his case in Virginia. A judge in DC nearly doubled that time at a sentencing on Wednesday.
Manning vowed to fight the subpoena. The subject of what prosecutors want to question her about isn't public, but her spokesperson said the government wanted to ask her about documents she leaked to WikiLeaks in 2010.
Trump's former campaign chair was sentenced on tax and bank fraud charges Thursday, after a jury convicted him last summer. He's due in court next week for a second sentencing in the other case special counsel Robert Mueller brought against him.
The American Civil Liberties Union has been leading an effort to contact deported parents to try to reunify them with their children.
Allison Rushing, 36, was confirmed to the Fourth Circuit over concerns about her lack of experience and conservative views and affiliations.
Roger Stone Is In Trouble With His Judge Again, This Time Over A Book He Wrote Calling Mueller "Crooked"
The judge in Stone's case ordered his lawyers to explain why they didn't tell her sooner about Stone's book, which includes a new introduction criticizing special counsel Robert Mueller.
Paul Manafort Didn’t Just Ask For Less Prison Time In His Latest Court Filings — He’s Attacking Mueller Too
In a sentencing memo in his Virginia case, Manafort accused the special counsel of “spreading misinformation” about him and using the criminal justice system to place the maximum pressure on him to flip on President Donald Trump.
Roger Stone Says Michael Cohen Is Lying, After Stone Was Ordered Not To Comment On The Mueller Investigation
Cohen said in his prepared remarks that Stone told Trump in a call in July 2016 that Stone had talked to Assange and there would be an email dump damaging to Hillary Clinton's campaign.
The court upheld a civil contempt order against former Roger Stone associate Andrew Miller, who refused to comply with a grand jury subpoena and challenged Mueller’s appointment.
Paul Manafort's Lawyers Argue For A Lighter Sentence, Saying He's The Victim Of "Public Vilification"
Manafort's lawyers didn't advocate for a specific sentence in his DC case, where he faces up to 10 years in prison.
Roger Stone's Proud Boys "Volunteers" Have Been Defending Him Online After The Judge Entered A Gag Order
Stone said he couldn't remember who exactly gave him the photo of a judge that he Instagrammed and got in trouble for, but he identified Proud Boys leaders as some of his volunteers.
Mueller’s Office Argued That Paul Manafort Poses A “Grave Risk” Of Committing More Crimes In The Future
Prosecutors didn’t take a position on what sentence Manafort should get in his DC case, where he faces up to 10 years in prison. He’s separately facing potentially two decades behind bars in his Virginia case.