Special Counsel Robert Mueller Has Agreed To Testify Publicly Before Congress
Mueller will testify on July 17 after a subpoena was issued Tuesday night.
Prosecutors Have Accused Roger Stone Of Violating A Judge’s Gag Order By Instagramming About His Case
The government alerted the judge to recent posts by Stone on Instagram and Facebook, arguing they violate the court’s order that he not comment on his case.
Listen To The Voicemail Trump’s Lawyer Left For Michael Flynn’s Lawyer After Flynn Cut A Deal
Donald Trump's lawyer at the time, John Dowd, asked Flynn's lawyer to "remember what we've always said about the president and his feelings toward Flynn."
The Justice Department Has Clarified Why It Redacted The Mueller Report
The US government pushed back on a lawsuit by BuzzFeed News that seeks the Mueller report in its entirety.
Robert Mueller Had Big Tired College Professor Energy, Scolding Americans About Not Doing The Assigned Reading
"As a retired college professor I have great sympathy for Mueller. He wrote the textbook. Told every[one] to read it. Said, 'Yes, it's all on the test.' Then the students ask for one last study session because they aren't clear what he expects."
Here's What Mueller Meant When He Said He Couldn't Decide If Trump Committed A Crime
Mueller said Wednesday that his office did not make a determination "one way or the other" about whether Trump committed a crime because charging him wouldn't be an option.
In His First Public Statement, Mueller Said, Once Again, He Didn’t Clear Trump
Robert Mueller, who was in charge of the independent investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election, announced he’s stepping down Wednesday. He stayed on after submitting his final report in March to wind down his office.
Unsealed Documents Show Mueller Knew Trump Was Writing Secret Checks To Michael Cohen In 2017
A federal judge in Washington, DC, unsealed search warrant applications that the special counsel’s office filed in 2017 for Cohen’s email accounts.
New Transcripts Say That Trump Crafted Michael Cohen’s Lies More Closely Than Was Previously Known
Newly released transcripts appear to support BuzzFeed News’ report on President Donald Trump and the lies that landed Cohen in jail.
Rod Rosenstein Has Left The Building
Rosenstein oversaw special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation for a year and a half, outlasting the president’s ire.
Here Are The Democratic Presidential Candidates Who Say They’ve Read All 448 Pages Of The Mueller Report
Just a handful of the Democrats running in 2020 say they've read the whole redacted report.
The House Judiciary Committee Voted To Hold Bill Barr In Contempt
The full House will now have to vote to hold the attorney general in contempt. The committee’s move comes shortly after President Trump asserted executive privilege to prevent Democrats from obtaining the full report.
Nancy Pelosi Says Attorney General Bill Barr Committed A Crime
The House speaker accused Barr of committing a crime out of loyalty to Trump but did not say what House Democrats will do next.
Attorney General Bill Barr Defended His Decision Not To Tell Congress About A Letter He Got From Robert Mueller
Congressional Democrats released Mueller’s March 27 letter to Attorney General Bill Barr on Wednesday, minutes before Barr was set to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Julián Castro Says Democrats Should Be Able To Make The Case For Impeachment And Provide A Vision For 2020
Castro also suggested he'll be able to outlast other 2020 Democratic candidates in an interview with BuzzFeed News' AM to DM Tuesday.
House Democrats Are Starting To Call For Bill Barr's Resignation After His Mueller Report Press Conference
“OUR Attorney General acts as Trump’s defense attorney. He can’t represent both. Barr must resign.”
In New Documents, Cohen Says Trump "Instructed" Him To Lie
In a memo submitted to Congress, the president's former lawyer asked for time to help congressional investigators review new evidence.
This Article About The Mueller Report Is [Redacted]
Roughly a third of the 448-page Mueller report had at least one redaction on it, including about 12 pages that were entirely blacked out.
Here’s The Mueller Report. Read The Document, Not The Spin.
Special counsel Robert Mueller’s report, which was released with redactions, said President Trump didn’t commit a crime of obstruction — but that his report “also does not exonerate him.”
Mueller Said He Would Have Exonerated Trump On Obstruction If The Evidence Supported It, But He Couldn’t
Mueller and his team declined to make a “prosecutorial judgment” about whether Trump committed obstruction. Attorney General Bill Barr later concluded that the evidence didn’t support that.
Here Are 17 Things BuzzFeed News Is Trying To Pry Loose About The Mueller Investigation
BuzzFeed News has filed Freedom of Information Act requests for a broad swath of records about the Mueller investigation — and is already fighting for some of them in court.
A Judge Won't Order The Justice Department To Speed Up Releasing The Mueller Report
A judge ruled Tuesday that a group that sued for the report failed to show they'd suffer "irreparable harm" if they waited until after Attorney General Bill Barr releases a redacted version of Mueller's report.
Matt Gaetz Has Been Trump’s Biggest Defender Against Impeachment. So Now What?
“I don’t know how I’d fit into this place in the absence of the president,” the Florida Representative told BuzzFeed News.
Jared Kushner Spoke In Private To The Senate Intelligence Committee As It Probes Russian Interference
It was unclear exactly what the president’s son-in-law told senators. Kushner did not answer questions.
Robert Mueller Found That The Trump Campaign Did Not Conspire With Russia, According To The Attorney General
Attorney General Bill Barr submitted a letter to Congress on Sunday summarizing the special counsel's "principal conclusions." Read it here.
Robert Mueller Is Done With His Investigation Into The Trump Campaign — And Isn't Recommending More Indictments
Mueller’s report to Attorney General Bill Barr is confidential, at least for now. Barr is expected to advise Congress soon on the "principal conclusions" of Mueller's report.
Here’s Everyone Robert Mueller Charged
Mueller indicted more than three dozen individuals for a variety of crimes during his investigation, including top Trump campaign officials and members of Russian intelligence.
Here’s What Happens When Robert Mueller Is Done
Will Mueller’s report be made public? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Paul Manafort Was Hit With New Criminal Charges Right After His Second Sentencing In Mueller's Probe
Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. announced residential mortgage fraud charges against Manafort shortly after the former Trump campaign chair had his second sentencing out of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation.
Paul Manafort Will Spend Nearly Seven More Years In Prison
Manafort was already sentenced to 47 months — minus time already served — in his case in Virginia. A judge in DC nearly doubled that time at a sentencing on Wednesday.