Special Counsel Robert Mueller

The mueller report

We Watched Mueller's Testimony With One of Ken Starr’s Former Prosecutors

He had some thoughts.
Greg Walters
7.25.19
The mueller report

Mueller Says Charging Trump Would've Been Unconstitutional. These Legal Scholars Beg To Differ.

“There’s nothing in the Constitution that says directly that a president can’t be indicted,” said Ric Simmons, professor of law at the University of Ohio.
Greg Walters
5.31.19
The mueller report

The Mueller report makes a damning case that Trump obstructed justice

“In layperson’s terms, he tried to obstruct justice.”
Greg Walters
Nick Miriello
4.20.19
The mueller report

The Mueller report shows just how badly Trump wanted to collude with Russia

Evidence of a strong desire and certainly a curiosity to collude.
David Gilbert
4.19.19
The mueller report

The Mueller report's biggest revelations about Trump

In his letter to Congress, Barr said Mueller declined to make a decision on obstruction, but it wasn’t for lack of evidence, according to the report.
VICE News
4.19.19
trump russia investigation

6 huge questions the attorney general’s Mueller report letter left unanswered

“I have one overwhelming reaction: I want to read the report.”
Greg Walters
3.25.19
russia investigation

Michael Cohen postpones Congressional testimony because of Trump “threats”

Cohen, who is cooperating with the Special Counsel Robert Mueller and the Southern District of New York, was scheduled to testify before Congress on Feb. 7.
Greg Walters
1.23.19
russia investigation

Democrats are furious over allegations Trump told Cohen to lie to Congress — and talking impeachment

“If this is true, this is plain, slam-dunk, criminal obstruction of justice,” tweeted Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse, the Democrat from Rhode Island.
Alex Lubben
1.18.19
zuckerberg testimony

How to watch Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testify in front of Congress

Here's what you need to know about Day 2 of the Facebook CEO's testimony.
Christina Sterbenz
4.11.18
Russia Investigaton

House Intel Republicans declare no evidence of collusion, even as three more investigations continue

House Republicans say they've reviewed the evidence and there's no collusion in a report Democrats have yet to read.
Alexa Liautaud
3.13.18
Donald Trump

Hope Hicks faces some very big questions about Don Jr.’s emails

They “will never get out.”
David Gilbert
2.1.18