US District Judge T.S. Ellis III denied a request by media outlets to release information about the jurors, citing concerns for their safety.
Manafort is charged with filing false tax returns, failing to report foreign bank accounts, and bank fraud.
The judge asked Manafort if he wanted to testify. “No, sir,” Manafort replied.
Manafort's lawyers argue prosecutors failed to show one of the banks Manafort is accused of defrauding relied on any allegedly false information he provided.
A bank employee said his role as an intermediary between his boss and Paul Manafort made him “uncomfortable.”
The government on Thursday asked the judge to tell the jury he made a mistake accusing prosecutors of improper behavior in the courtroom.
The jury saw charts prepared by government witnesses detailing the flow of money through overseas accounts prosecutors say Manafort controlled.
On cross-examination, Paul Manafort's lawyer asked Gates about lying, stealing, and having an extramarital relationship.
Gates, who agreed to cooperate with Robert Mueller's office as part of a guilty plea, is the government's star witness. The defense is expected to attack his credibility.
The accountant testified that Manafort was included on some emails that referred to improper or questionable accounting practices. It's still unclear is how much he knew.
The bookkeeper also said she wasn't aware if Manafort had any overseas banks accounts.
“We don’t convict people because they have a lot of money to throw around.”
President Donald Trump and special counsel Robert Mueller didn't come up during Manafort's first day of trial, but they loomed large over the proceedings.
Manafort is facing multiple counts of bank fraud, filing false tax returns, and failing to report foreign bank accounts.
The Justice Department said more than 400 parents were deported.
A cache of documents included in a filing Thursday largely includes emails and memos about campaign strategy and activities on behalf of former Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych.
Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson said that James Wolfe hadn't shown a need to issue a gag order for the president.
A judge denied the government's motion to dismiss the lawsuit, one of several filed across the country challenging the inclusion of a citizenship question on the 2020 census.
The impeachment articles cover a litany of Republican complaints about Rod Rosenstein’s tenure as the Justice Department’s second-ranking official.
"We don't believe it's true," Butina's lawyer told a judge on Wednesday.