Robert Mueller reportedly wants to know more about Comey's Trump memos.
After Christopher Wray's threat, the attorney general apparently backed off from his call to fire Andrew McCabe.
Charles Kushner called critics of his son "haters."
The panel will be meeting with Steve Bannon and FBI and Justice Department employees.
Paul Manafort filed a lawsuit against the Department of Justice, Rod Rosenstein and Robert Mueller.
Senator Dianne Feinstein has requested interviews and documents from Dan Scavino and Brad Parscale.
Public figures including John Brennan and Joe Scarborough have said they donated.
Organizers are planning demonstrations around the country in the event the special counsel is terminated.
The FBI had previously confirmed the existence of the drafted statement.
The former attorney general and former president met in Phoenix while the FBI was investigating Hillary Clinton's use of a personal email server.
The president made the comments ahead of his visit to the FBI.
Cobb also echoed the call by Jay Sekulow and others for a second special counsel.
The president and his supporters are increasingly attacking the special counsel and his team.
Investigators have obtained 15 search or seizure warrants.
Wray appeared before the House Judiciary Committee after Trump said the reputation of the bureau was "in tatters."
Representative Matt Gaetz and others are calling for answers about Comey's handling of the Clinton emails probe.
The special counsel's office released its first expenditure report.
Flynn's family said it has received an "outpouring" of support following his charge in the Mueller probe.
In a court document, Flynn said "a senior official of the Presidential Transition Team" advised him what to tell the Russian ambassador about sanctions.
The top Democrat on the committee said a number of factors pointed towards a case for obstruction.
Mark Warner said new revelations emerged on a weekly basis.
His office said it removed Peter Strzok over allegations about text messages.