Two years ago today, Robert Mueller gave his testimony to Congress. Much has changed in that time, especially for former President Donald Trump.
A portion of the memo made public by the Biden administration shows senior DOJ officials concluded that the evidence could not support an obstruction prosecution against Trump.
The U.S. founding fathers "gave us a right to a political revolution and that's what happened in 2016," Kathleen Troia "KT" McFarland told Trump supporters at the conservative event in Florida.
President Trump's longtime friend said he would file a $25 million lawsuit alleging prosecutorial misconduct.
The Republican senator described the SolarWinds cyberattack—which Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and top GOP lawmakers blame Russia for—as "extraordinary." The president has downplayed it.
"Who isn't disappointed? Joe Biden lied on the debate stage, he said 'there's nothing happening' and Barr should have stepped up," the president told Fox News host Brian Kilmeade.
Colorado's Ken Buck says America can't "move forward" with a Joe Biden presidency unless the DOJ appoints a special counsel to investigate Hunter Biden's laptop—that is, Buck claims, if Biden even won.
"ALERT: So now we find out that the entire Mueller 'hit squad' illegally wiped their phones clean...just like Crooked Hillary smashing her phones with a hammer, & DELETING HER EMAILS!" Trump tweeted.
Kevin Clinesmith, who worked as a lawyer with the FBI for four years, is the first person to be charged in the Justice Department's review of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's 2017 investigation.
"We're not having a summit with Vladimir Putin before the election," Robert O'Brien said.
"The Russians are still engaged in trying to delegitimize our electoral process. Fact," Joe Biden said. "China and others are engaged as well in activities that are designed for us to lose confidence in the outcome."
"First, I'm going to write a book about this entire ordeal," Donald Trump's longtime associate said, following the president's commutation of his 40-month prison sentence.
Facebook, which owns Instagram, told Newsweek the "takedown" came as part of "a larger enforcement" bundle that included accounts in Ecuador, Canada, Brazil, Ukraine and the U.S.
Graham's probe kicked off in earnest Wednesday when the Judiciary Committee heard the testimony of the former official who appointed Robert Mueller.
Solicitor General Noel Francisco alleged that Congress had no need to see the documents since Trump had already been impeached and acquitted.
President Trump has turned the Justice Department into a cesspool of cronyism.
DOJ drops charges against Michael Flynn.
Beyond Flynn, five other Trump associates have either pleaded guilty or been convicted in prosecutions arising from the Russia investigation.
The California congressman told Fox News that handwritten notes showed the FBI were seeking to "set up" the former national security adviser.
The new book "A Very Stable Genius" also reported that the lawyers were "wary of staking out a position" for fear they would become "roadkill."
Conspiracy theories fixate on a very simple story which acts as a fable for an overarching worldview, explains Philip Seargeant, a senior lecturer in applied linguistics at The Open University.
In her first television interview since reappearing in public life, former FBI lawyer Lisa Page said that after President Trump "did that vile sort of simulated sex act" at a Minneapolis rally, "being quiet isn't making this go away."
Despite the judge's ruling, the case is likely far from over, and the favorable ruling for House Democrats does not mean other current and former officials will ignore the White House's directive and comply with congressional subpoenas.
Roger Stone has been found guilty for lying to congress, witness tampering and obstructing lawmakers' efforts to investigate election interference in 2016.
Former Trump campaign aide Rick Gates told a court Tuesday that Trump did discuss WikiLeaks with Roger Stone in 2016.
William Barr is "the president's hand – not the representative of the American people," Representative Adam Schiff warned.
"I have been deeply disappointed by what I've seen," Chuck Rosenberg said.
South Carolina senator told The Sean Hannity Show that Attorney General should be speaking with foreign leaders about the Mueller inquiry.