In closed sessions and public testimony, Mueller will be free to tell about evidence of conspiracy with Russia that did not meet strict federal guidelines.
If Democrats aim to alter the political balance against Trump -- and get the public to understand the Mueller Report's findings -- they have to put on a TV show.
Monday marked the 700th day since Fox News promised to investigate how it had come to propagate fact-free conspiracy theories about murdered Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich and to “provide updates as warranted.” As of yet, ...
By dangling a pardon, Trump could have kept quiet the best source of information about a conspiracy with Russia: campaign manager Paul Manafort.
The Mueller Report shows that Trump had motive, method, and many opportunities to obstruct justice, exactly as Nixon did.
Senators Lindsey Graham, Ron Johnson, and Chuck Grassley are seeking to investigate the Justice Department investigation that exonerated Hillary Clinton.
In October 2016 alone, Trump praised WikiLeaks more than 140 times -- after the group published emails stolen from the Clinton campaign.
Read that 2015 speech now and you won’t doubt that his truest slogan wasn’t MAGA, but MTGAAA (Make Trump Great Again and Again and Again).
Mueller clearly found some evidence of a conspiracy between the Trump campaign and Russian intelligence -- although not enough to charge a felony.
Why would Mueller avoid reaching a conclusion on obstruction, only to let Barr and Rosenstein decide? A new report says that isn't what he wanted.
New York Times colulmnist William Safire accused Barr of not only rigging the cover-up, but of being one of the criminals who could be prosecuted.
As chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee, Graham can issue subpoenas and compel testimony under oath if he intends to harass Hillary Clinton.