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12 Russian intelligence operatives indicted for hacking the U.S. election
The charges center around allegations that Russian spies hacked the computer systems of the Democratic National Committee.
The president of the United States said "I have the absolute right to PARDON myself"
"...but why would I do that when I have done nothing wrong?”
Mueller questions show evidence of Trump campaign-Russia collusion is strong
This is not a fishing expedition, prosecutors say.
These are the big questions Robert Mueller wants to ask Donald Trump
Nothing is off the table.
The Supreme Court could make it easier for Trump to fire Mueller
Rod Rosenstein's next-in-line is asking the Supreme Court to make a ruling that would make it easier to fire a judge — or the special counsel.
Congress won’t protect Mueller from Trump. Here’s why
Enough Republicans support the idea that a bill could pass, but why would the president sign it?
Trump slams Cohen raid and hints again at firing Mueller
"I think it's a disgrace what's going on ... We'll see what happens. .. Many people have said you should fire him,” Trump said. “I have this witch hunt constantly going on.”
The Russia investigation just sent its first person to jail
A federal judge sentenced Alex Van der Zwaan to 30 days in jail and a $20,000 fine for lying to special counsel Robert Mueller.
Trump’s plot to smear Mueller is in full swing
No matter how many indictments come down, the endgame of the Russia probe is political and Trump knows that.
Trump's lawyer may have obstructed justice if he floated pardons for Flynn and Manafort
In obstruction cases, an attempt is enough; actually going through with it is not required to bring the charges.
Trump's head lawyer in the Russia probe is quitting
“I love this president and wish him very well,” John Dowd told NBC on Thursday.