Manafort should be monitored with GPS because he violated court order against attempting to influence the media, lawyers argued.
Arguments that Trump can't be charged are "baloney," say some legal experts.
Many view the tweet as an admission that Trump was aware Flynn had lied to federal agents when he fired him.
John Dowd’s claim he wrote the post on Trump’s Twitter page “makes no sense,” say legal experts.
Revenge is sweet—and best served on social media.
Maybe it should be "Lock him up!"
Former ethics officials have suggested the actions should be considered an obstruction of justice.
The president can't quit Clinton in night time tweet, accuses her of compromising national security.
Schwartz says he believes Robert Mueller has got Trump dead to rights on Russian collusion.
Could Trump be indicted for having obstructed justice?
Special counsel Robert Mueller has announced his first charges, but the investigations by lawmakers are mired in partisan politics.
One former aide went so far as to say that Mueller is “someone that can’t accept the fact that he screwed up.”
Russian state TV got direct instructions to promote Trump and slam Clinton, says whistleblower.
Trump's son-in-law and adviser argued Comey was unpredictable, sources say.
Music publicist Rob Goldstone says he may have puffed up the language of the email, but "I didn’t make up the details."
President Trump will be paying for his legal bills out of pocket, and wants to help pay for his staffers as well - but this could be a conflict of interest in the investigation into Russian meddling.
Critics ask why it has taken so long for Donald Trump's son-in-law to receive it.
Shep Smith calls statements others on the network have made about the conspiracy theory "inaccurate."
House Judiciary Committee Democrats say they will force Sessions to reveal more about Russia meetings.