Jed Shugerman argues that Mueller’s report isn’t as damning of the president as it should be -- and Congress should press him on the facts and the law.
Manafort has never come clean about his fateful meeting with Russian spy Konstantin Kilimnik, where he turned over crucial campaign polling data.
The White House has sough distance from Manafort’s crimes, but the Kushner email shows how close he came to getting his corrupt appointee approved.
In tweets reiterating his call for impeachment, Amash said Manafort's failure to cooperate with the Mueller probe may have concealed Russian collusion.
The government asked in a court filing to delay Rick Gates’ sentencing further as his cooperation continues in cases Mueller referrred to other prosecutors.
We don’t know why Manafort sent sensitive polling data to a Russian oligarch — a potentially conspiratorial act — because he lied to Mueller.
By dangling a pardon, Trump could have kept quiet the best source of information about a conspiracy with Russia: campaign manager Paul Manafort.