Multiple investigations are trying to uncover the extent of Russian intervention in the 2016 election.
Investigating Russian Meddling
Legal Experts: Almost No Upside For Trump To Speak To Mueller
Just about every lawyer thinks it's a bad idea for President Trump to agree to an interview with Robert Mueller, but it could benefit him in one way.
This Senator Hopes His Bill Will Keep Russia Out Of The Midterms
The bill was originally introduced in January but has gained traction recently.
Week One Of Manafort's Trial: Lavish Lifestyle And Falsified Documents
The prosecution started to build its case and present evidence that Paul Manafort allegedly hid overseas bank accounts and lied on official documents.
Trump Calls For Sessions To Put An End To The Russia Investigation
President Donald Trump made his request in a tweet Wednesday morning.
What You Need To Know About Fmr. Trump Aide Paul Manafort's Trial
Former Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort's first criminal trial started in Virginia today. Here's what you need to know.
Giuliani: 'Collusion Is Not A Crime'
Rudy Giuliani says collusion isn't a crime, but legal experts point out someone who colluded could still be criminally charged.
From Russia With Love: The History Of Russian Espionage In The US
From Cold War espionage to recent investigations into alleged election interference, Russian intelligence agents have played a part.
Judge Delays One Of Manafort's Trials, Grants 5 Witnesses Immunity
A federal judge overseeing one of Paul Manafort's cases granted his request to delay the trial and granted immunity to several witnesses.
DOJ Says It Will Publicly Call Out Election Influence Campaigns
The Obama administration was slow to call out interference in 2016 out of fear of looking political.
Judge Denies Manafort Request To Move Trial Away From Washington, DC
Paul Manafort's lawyers wanted to move his upcoming trial out of eastern Virginia.
Trump Walks Back His Doubts About The US Intel On Russia's Meddling
President Trump is reaffirming that Russia meddled in U.S. elections after facing criticism from lawmakers, including his own party.
Trump Backtracks Helsinki Comments On Russian Meddling
President Donald Trump claims he misspoke when talking about 2016 election meddling at a press conference with Russia's president.
Rep. Kennedy On Trump In Europe: 'A Disaster From Day One'
He wants Congress to subpoena Trump's translator.
Congress Reacts To Trump's Meeting With Putin
Members of the president's party are criticizing his comments in Helsinki.
White House Says New Mueller Indictment Shows No Evidence Of Collusion
The Department of Justice announced a new indictment from Robert Mueller's team Friday, naming 12 Russian defendants.
Mueller's Team Indicts 12 Russians On Hacking-Related Charges
The indictment alleges the Russians aimed to influence the 2016 presidential election.
Has President Trump Gone Easy on Putin and Russia?
Yes, President Trump has spoken favorably about Russia and Putin. But his policies may surprise you.
NYT: Trump's Legal Team Changes Demands For Mueller Interview
Rudy Giuliani told The New York Times that Robert Mueller's team needs to provide evidence that the president committed a crime.
Another Govt. Report Says Russia Wanted Trump To Win The 2016 Election
The Senate Intelligence Committee released a report with the initial findings of its Russian meddling investigation.
House Judiciary Republicans Aren't Happy With The DOJ And FBI
The House Judiciary Committee called a hearing on the FBI's investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails and the inspector general report on it.
Robert Mueller Says Russia Is Still Trying To Meddle In US Elections
Special counsel Robert Mueller is trying to limit the number of people who can view the government's evidence against indicted Russians.
Paul Manafort Faces New Charges In The Russia Investigation
The special counsel's office says he wanted witnesses to lie about whether his work for Ukraine's past president, a Moscow ally, extended to the U.S.
The Latest Price Tag For Robert Mueller's Investigation: $17 Million
The special counsel's office has now released expense reports for the first 10 months of its investigation.
WH: Leaders In Congress To See Classified Info On Trump Campaign Probe
After the president met with the deputy attorney general and the FBI director, the White House said some in Congress will get the info they asked for.
Mueller Hands Over Memo Outlining The Scope Of His Investigation
Special counsel Robert Mueller just gave a judge the document that details what he can investigate, and some GOP lawmakers want it, too.
Giuliani Says Robert Mueller Knows He Can't Indict President Trump
Rudy Giuliani says special counsel Robert Mueller's team knows it can't indict a sitting president.
Judge Questions Robert Mueller's Authority To Prosecute Paul Manafort
Mueller's original mandate was to investigate Russian meddling in the presidential election and whether the Trump campaign helped in that effort.
Trump Could Be Subpoenaed Thanks To Precedent Set By Past Presidents
Robert Mueller could subpoena Donald Trump. Here's what that means, how it would work and how presidential subpoenas have gone down in the past.
Rosenstein Assures Trump: You're Not A Target Of Mueller, Cohen Probes
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein told the president he's not a target of the investigation into Michael Cohen.
The 'Steele Dossier' Is Controversial — But Is It True?
It's 35 pages of allegations gathered from sources around the world.
Sanders Says Trump Believes He Has Power To Fire Mueller. He Doesn't
The White House says it's been advised President Donald Trump can fire special counsel Robert Mueller. But only the deputy attorney general can.
Mueller Reportedly Has Memos McCabe Wrote About His Talks With Trump
Andrew McCabe said his firing was a political hit job. The Justice Department said he misled investigators.
Andrew McCabe Speaks Out After Being Fired
Republicans painted him as a pro-Hillary Clinton deep state operative. He says that's all an effort to discredit the Russia investigation.
Yes, Presidents Are Allowed To Keep Secrets — Here's How
Executive privilege isn't explicitly included in the Constitution, but the concept goes back to our first president.
Intelligence Committee Member Contradicts Own Party's Russia Findings
Rep. Tom Rooney disputed what his Republican colleagues concluded about Russia's involvement in the 2016 election.
Republicans Say No Evidence Of Collusion, Shut Down House Intel Probe
Republicans on the House intelligence committee say they will end their more than yearlong investigation into Russian election interference.
Manafort Pleads Not Guilty In Second Round Of Mueller Charges
Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort pleaded not guilty Thursday to a second set of charges tied to the Mueller investigation.
Former Trump Aide May Have Lied Under Oath About Seychelles Meeting
Erik Prince, a former adviser to President Trump, didn't state a UAE adviser was at a meeting with Russians in his testimony before Congress.
Vladimir Putin: Russia Will Charge Election Meddlers On One Condition
The head of the U.S. intelligence community said it was "highly likely" Russia would try to interfere in the 2018 midterms.
Mueller Reportedly Wants Documents On Trump And His Advisers
Special counsel Robert Mueller reportedly sent a subpoena for documents involving President Donald Trump and some of his advisers.
Rick Gates Reportedly Plans To Plead Guilty Within The Next Week
The Los Angeles Times reports the former Trump campaign aide will plead guilty to fraud-related charges "within the next few days."
Here's What Mueller Charged Those 13 Russians With In His Indictment
The charges include conspiracy to defraud the U.S., conspiracy to commit bank and wire fraud, and aggravated identity theft.
US Intelligence Chief Thinks Russia Might Target The 2018 Midterms
National Intelligence Director Dan Coats expects Russia to continue its efforts to interfere in U.S. elections.
DHS Official: Russian Government Penetrated US Voter Systems In 2016
She said the Russians only penetrated an "exceptionally small number" of systems.
Bannon Reportedly To Skip Testifying Before House Panel
Multiple news outlets report the House Intelligence Committee and the White House haven't agreed on what questions Bannon can answer.
White House: Rosenstein Will Stay On As Deputy Attorney General
A White House spokesperson said Friday Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein would continue in his role amid questions about the president's confidence in him.
Democrats Have A Memo, Too; The White House Seems Open To Its Release
The White House might be open to letting a Democratic response go public that counters the GOP FBI memo.
Report: Trump Asked Rod Rosenstein If He Was 'On My Team'
CNN reports President Trump asked Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein if he was "on his team" during a meeting in December.
Report: Trump Lawyer Says No Decision On Mueller Interview
President Trump's lawyer says he'll have the final say on if the president talks to Robert Mueller, according to The Daily Beast.
Trump Says He's Willing To Talk To Mueller Under Oath
The president told reporters Wednesday he would talk to the special counsel in the Russia investigation, even under oath.