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
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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.
Divided Government Is Already Thrashing Donald Trump
Investigations are piling up and Trump may soon have to issue his first veto, all as he prepares for a grueling reelection campaign.
Paul Manafort Will Serve At Least 38 Months In Prison, But His Legal Fight Isn't Over Yet
Trump's former campaign chair was sentenced on tax and bank fraud charges Thursday, after a jury convicted him last summer. He's due in court next week for a second sentencing in the other case special counsel Robert Mueller brought against him.
Roger Stone Is In Trouble With His Judge Again, This Time Over A Book He Wrote Calling Mueller "Crooked"
The judge in Stone's case ordered his lawyers to explain why they didn't tell her sooner about Stone's book, which includes a new introduction criticizing special counsel Robert Mueller.
Paul Manafort Didn’t Just Ask For Less Prison Time In His Latest Court Filings — He’s Attacking Mueller Too
In a sentencing memo in his Virginia case, Manafort accused the special counsel of “spreading misinformation” about him and using the criminal justice system to place the maximum pressure on him to flip on President Donald Trump.
“In His Way, He Was Telling Me To Lie”: Michael Cohen Testified On Trump Moscow Cover-Up
In a public appearance before the House Oversight Committee, Cohen apologized for lying to Congress, and noted that, at that time, he was trying to protect the president.
A Republican Member Of Congress Accused Michael Cohen Of Having An Affair, Raising Questions About Witness Intimidation
“Do your wife & father-in-law know about your girlfriends? Maybe tonight would be a good time for that chat,” Rep. Matt Gaetz tweeted as Cohen testified behind closed doors.
Paul Manafort's Lawyers Argue For A Lighter Sentence, Saying He's The Victim Of "Public Vilification"
Manafort's lawyers didn't advocate for a specific sentence in his DC case, where he faces up to 10 years in prison.
The DC Circuit Ruled That Robert Mueller Was “Properly Appointed”
The court upheld a civil contempt order against former Roger Stone associate Andrew Miller, who refused to comply with a grand jury subpoena and challenged Mueller’s appointment.
Mueller’s Office Argued That Paul Manafort Poses A “Grave Risk” Of Committing More Crimes In The Future
Prosecutors didn’t take a position on what sentence Manafort should get in his DC case, where he faces up to 10 years in prison. He’s separately facing potentially two decades behind bars in his Virginia case.
Trump’s Lawyer Said There Were “No Plans” For Trump Tower Moscow. Here They Are.
Rudy Giuliani claims the Moscow tower was barely more than a notion. “There were no drafts. Nothing in the file.” Documents obtained by BuzzFeed News tell a different story.
Roger Stone's Proud Boys "Volunteers" Have Been Defending Him Online After The Judge Entered A Gag Order
Stone said he couldn't remember who exactly gave him the photo of a judge that he Instagrammed and got in trouble for, but he identified Proud Boys leaders as some of his volunteers.
Roger Stone Can No Longer Talk About His Case — Or Robert Mueller — After Posting A Photo Of The Judge With Crosshairs
Stone testified in his defense on Thursday, saying he was "kicking myself over my own stupidity" for posting a photo of the judge on Instagram with what appeared to be a crosshairs symbol. The judge said his apology "rings quite hollow."
Mueller's Office Says Paul Manafort Is Facing As Much As 24 Years In Prison — In Just One Of His Cases
Prosecutors did not make a specific recommendation about how much time they think Manafort should spend behind bars.
A Judge Ruled Roger Stone Can Still Talk To The Press, Just Not In Front Of The Courthouse
Stone's lawyers, prosecutors, and lawyers for witnesses are barred from making statements to the press or in public "that pose a substantial likelihood of material prejudice to this case."
Bill Barr, Who Told Senators He’d Protect Mueller’s Investigation, Has Been Confirmed As Attorney General
The new attorney general would run a very similar Justice Department to his predecessor. He's also said he doesn’t believe special counsel Robert Mueller would engage in a “witch hunt."
A Judge Found That Paul Manafort Lied To Investigators After Signing A Plea Deal With Mueller's Office
Prosecutors established that Manafort intentionally made false statements about his contacts with longtime associate Konstantin Kilimnik and another DOJ investigation, a judge found.
Roger Stone Instagrammed A Photo Of A 1970s Football Player. Here’s Why.
Stone is in the middle in an intra-lawyer spat in litigation over former NFL players who suffered head injuries. Stone is being accused of pushing false information and conspiracy theories about the case.
The Robert Mueller Fan Club
Imagine telling yourself in 2003 that you’d be able to purchase a novelty prayer candle featuring the face of George W. Bush’s FBI director.
Longtime Trump Adviser Roger Stone Could Face A Gag Order In His Criminal Case
“This is a criminal proceeding and not a public relations campaign,” Judge Amy Berman Jackson said in court Friday.
Roger Stone Pleaded Not Guilty To Charges Brought By Special Counsel Robert Mueller
Stone is charged with lying to Congress about his contacts with WikiLeaks and witness tampering.
Trump’s Personal Lawyer: The President Might Have Discussed Michael Cohen’s Testimony Before He Lied To Congress
Rudy Giuliani confirmed BuzzFeed News reports that negotiations to build a Trump Tower in Moscow continued during the 2016 election — but denied that the president told Michael Cohen to lie about it.
Investigators Are Scrutinizing Newly Uncovered Payments By The Russian Embassy
US authorities are poring over hundreds of newly uncovered payments from Russian diplomatic accounts. Among them are transactions by former ambassador Sergey Kislyak 10 days after the 2016 presidential election and a blocked $150,000 cash withdrawal five days after the inauguration.
There Was Drama At Court Today And Maybe It Involved Mueller’s Investigation But Who Knows
A federal appeals court heard arguments Friday in a case with a reported possible link to the special counsel investigation, leading to absolute mayhem as reporters were blocked from the area.
Trump's Attorney General Nominee Says He Doesn't Think Mueller Would Be Involved In A "Witch Hunt"
Barr also said he would not fire Mueller without cause — even if Trump asked him to do so — in a long day of testimony on Capitol Hill.
Trump's Attorney General Nominee Plans To Tell The Senate He'll Let Mueller "Complete His Work"
Bill Barr is expected to tell the Senate Judiciary Committee that "on my watch, Bob [Mueller] will be allowed to complete his work."