Despite Trump’s oft-repeated claims of ‘no collusion,’ a new report indicates that Mueller thinks the issue is far from settled.
BuzzFeed has reported that Smith reached out to dark web hackers, including people he believed were Russians, and potentially paid them to obtain the emails.
The decision also says that some of the documents include “private information of non-parties” and “financial information” that should not be publicly disclosed.
According to would-be Supreme Court justice Brett Kavanaugh, it’s all the fault of that cunning she-devil Hillary Clinton.
A new book reveals how Sen. Mitch McConnell sought to undermine the CIA as it tried to address Russian attempts to influence the 2016 election.
Prince has said that the meeting, also attended by UAE adviser George Nader, was not pre-arranged and was just “over a beer.”
However, as journalist Charlie Savage revealed in the New York Times Friday, there may be another way the public could learn what Mueller knows even if the president does his best to quash the investigation.
The judge said Manafort’s plea agreement requires that he “fully and truthfully” cooperate with Mueller’s investigation.
BuzzFeed News is reporting that a June 9, 2016 meeting at Trump Tower in New York City was followed by a series of money transfers that bank officials considered “suspicious.”
In his new book “Fear,” veteran journalist Bob Woodward reports that former CIA Director John Brennan told him the information in the infamous Trump-Russia dossier.
According to a report in the Washington Post on Tuesday, President Donald Trump’s former campaign manager Paul Manafort is now seeking a plea bargain from Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team.
Back in the 1990s and 2000s, no one was using the word “insider” to describe Alex Jones.
Top executives at the Trump Organization, the umbrella entity of all the bodies that comprise President Donald Trump’s business empire, are being scrutinized by federal prosecutors in Manhattan.
Somehow, almost two years after the 2016 election, President Donald Trump and the right wing are still obsessed with Hillary Clinton’s personal email server.
Manafort was convicted last week on 8 counts, including bank and tax fraud.
Here are five of the wildest and most outlandish things Pecker and American Media did in support of Trump and his associates.
President Donald Trump has been considering giving Paul Manafort, his former campaign chair, a pardon for the criminal charges he faces from special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation.
And then Friday evening, the Associated Press dropped the following bomb…
Buried in the details of charges Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to on Tuesday is a mysterious claim — and potential bombshell — that went largely overlooked in the original reporting of his conviction.
The convictions aren’t related to Manafort’s work on the Trump campaign — but they could still have big implications for the Mueller probe.
White House counsel Don McGahn is working with the Mueller investigation, revealing details of how Trump has been trying to obstruct justice in the Russia probe.
Republicans are increasingly desperate to blame the Trump campaign’s possible collusion with Russia on anyone besides the Trump campaign.
The story has been corroborated by two D.C. lobbyists who chose to remain anonymous due to the sensitive nature of the news.
His bank, Northern Trust, reportedly found records of $140,000 of suspicious transfers in his accounts, according to BuzzFeed.
‘I think there’s plenty of evidence of collusion or conspiracy in plain sight,’ said Rep. Adam Schiff.