In response to a subpoena, Mueller will testify July 17 before two separate House panels led by Democrats.
Representative Rashida Tlaib sent a letter to her colleagues in the House asking them to support a resolution to investigate Donald Trump for crimes worthy of impeachment.
"It's callous, it was hostile and totally unnecessary," Kevin Downing said about the additional sentence, amid yells of "traitor" directed at Manafort.
Hannity claimed that "hate-Trump Democrats" and the media "have been tied at the hip the whole time, reporting innuendo, lies, conspiracies, daily."
Earlier this week, a redaction error in a court filing revealed that Paul Manafort shared polling data with a Russian operative during the 2016 campaign.
"Even the Fox News viewers will be seeing with their own eyes it is not all fake news," Dana Milbank said.
"We see no reason to dispute the conclusions," Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr stated.
According to the Department of Homeland Security, 21 states were targeted, but a small number of them were "successfully penetrated."
"Special counsel Mueller knows a lot about facts and circumstances surrounding the Russia investigation," Ted Lieu said.
Investigators have obtained 15 search or seizure warrants.
Trump Jr. received an email offering a decryption key and website address for hacked WikiLeaks documents.
The former national security adviser texted a former business partner that sanctions against Russia would be "ripped up" as soon as Trump took office, according to whistleblower.
The U.S. elections weren't the only votes Russian bots tried to influence.
Accusations between Democrats and Republicans come a week after special counsel Robert Mueller moved forward with charges against Trump campaign members.
Tweets from Russian accounts pushed praise for Trump over criticism by close to a 10-to-1 margin
Republican lawmaker says Mueller "must step down immediately" because of ties to the Obama administration.
Among those who felt President Donald Trump likely committed a crime, 19 percent believed there was solid evidence
The Senate Judiciary Committee launched a probe last week and the House Intelligence Committee may also open an investigation
Senator says Obama administration "should have known, you would think, about what was going on "
Informant could not disclose information he gathered on Russian racketeering because he signed a nondisclosure agreement with the FBI
Senators are expected to grill Attorney General Jeff Sessions today.
Republicans say there are "numerous reports emerging almost every day" of Robert Mueller and his team engaging in conflicts of interest
Roger Stone, a longtime Donald Trump confidant, will testify Tuesday about alleged Russian meddling in U.S. politics, but only behind closed doors.