In the summer of 2016, not long after WikiLeaks began releasing damaging material hacked by the Russian government from the servers of the Democratic National Committee, candidate Donald Trump was ...
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Renato Mariotti is the Legal Affairs Columnist for POLITICO Magazine. He is a former federal prosecutor and host of the “On Topic” podcast. For nearly a month, the American public has been under the ...
From the instant Robert Mueller’s report landed yesterday, a nation of legal experts and analysts began tearing into its 432 pages, skipping past the heavy black ink of redactions, and weighing the ...
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Democrat Pete Buttigieg is planning a series of 11 fundraisers over three days in California next month, as the rising presidential candidate looks to seize on interest from eager donors to power his ...
The Department of Housing and Urban Development is moving to bar undocumented immigrants from receiving housing aid, saying it is acting on behalf of the millions of American citizens and legal ...
Bill Barr and Robert Mueller have been close friends for 30 years, from the Justice Department to family weddings and the Bible-study group attended by both their wives. Now they’re anchoring two ends ...
BOSTON — Joe Biden said on Thursday that it was time to “take back” the country and treat the middle class with respect, as the former vice president warms up for a likely 2020 presidential run. “I’m ...
Special counsel Robert Mueller was able to complete his investigation because President Donald Trump let him, the president asserted Thursday afternoon, in his first public reaction since Mueller’s ...
Forget collusion with Russia and obstruction of justice. The most concrete takeaway from the 448-page Mueller report is its damning portrait of the Trump White House as a place of chaos, intrigue and ...
Robert Mueller’s report reveals a stunning array of new allegations against President Donald Trump. But one thing remains the same: House Democrats are ducking any talk of impeachment. After ...
House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler on Thursday formally asked special counsel Robert Mueller to testify before his committee, writing that lawmakers “cannot take Attorney General [William] Barr's ...
Republicans have one message following the conclusion of Robert Mueller’s probe: Move on. With no criminal charges against the president, GOP lawmakers on Thursday gleefully watched Attorney General ...