As Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein was indicting Russian hackers, Trump’s allies in Congress were scheming to oust him.
Former CIA Director Michael Hayden says Friday’s indictments lay the groundwork to bring charges against a ‘widening circle’ of co-conspirators.
Trump wants to put Brett Kavanaugh — a radical right-wing judge who believes a president should have unchecked power — on the Supreme Court.
Trump blames immigrants for stealing jobs and lowering wages — but now, he’s looking to hire foreign workers to boost his own bottom line.
Even Republicans on the Senate Intelligence Committee can’t deny that Russia interfered to help elect Trump.
An Atlanta lawyer found a creative way to protest Trump’s inhumane treatment of immigrant children and families — by tying it to his namesake brand of hotels.
Russian state media is celebrating after Trump told G7 leaders that Crimea belongs to Russia because everyone who lives there speaks Russian.
An Israeli intelligence report concludes that the U.S. ‘retreated from its position’ on several key issues during talks with North Korea.
More witnesses are cooperating with the Russia probe that have been publicly revealed, and Mueller is working to make sure their information doesn’t get into the wrong hands.
With suicide rates already on the rise, the Trump administration wants to dismantle protections for pre-existing conditions — a move that could discourage people from seeking help for suicidal thoughts.
Trump is refusing to rule out the possibility of issuing a pardon to his former campaign chairman Paul Manafort, who was indicted for the third time on Friday.
Dick Thornburgh, attorney general under presidents Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush, called out his fellow Republicans for attacking special counsel Mueller and undermining the rule of law.
A new propaganda website linked to Russia’s troll factory has rolled out just in time for Trump’s birthday — and they’re inviting Americans to the White House to celebrate.
In a letter to special counsel Robert Mueller, Trump’s legal team argues that it’s impossible for the president to commit obstruction — and that even if he did, he could pardon himself.
In a newly released memo, Trump’s lawyers admit their client dictated a deceptive response about the June 2016 Trump Tower meeting, showing that the White House has lied for months about his involvement in crafting the response.