Two Prosecutors Leave Mueller's OfficeProsecutors Ryan Dickey and Brian Richardson are no longer working for the office of special counsel Robert Mueller, the Justice Department confirmed.
Bruce Ohr, Justice Department Official In Trump's Crosshairs, Faces GOP Lawmakers TuesdayBruce Ohr, the career Justice Department official targeted by President Donald Trump as a "creep" and a "disgrace," is facing a grilling by Republican lawmakers Tuesday on Capitol Hill.
What Happens If Jeff Sessions Is Fired Or Quits?If Sessions is fired, then Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, the current No. 2 at the Justice Department, would automatically take his place.
Michael Cohen Decides To Take Plea Deal With DOJFormer longtime Trump attorney Michael Cohen has decided to take a plea deal with the Justice Department to resolve his criminal investigation, and this was expected to be a straight plea deal to resolve the case against him, CBS News' Paula Reid has confirmed.
Mueller Team Wants George Papadopoulos Jailed For 6 Months For Lying To InvestigatorsThe former Trump campaign staffer pleaded guilty last October to one count of lying to investigators over his interactions about the Trump campaign with foreign contacts who had connections to Russia.
Manafort, Mueller And Trump Wait For Jury's VerdictPaul Manafort's fate -- and possibly the future of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election -- is now in the hands of 12 men and women from Northern Virginia.
'This Is A Case About Lies,' Prosecutor Says In Manafort Trial Closing ArgumentProsecutors spent over 90 minutes Wednesday morning methodically laying out their case that former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort repeatedly lied in order to finance an extravagant lifestyle.
Defense Rests In Paul Manafort Trial; Closing Arguments WednesdayThe defense rested its case Tuesday morning in the trial against former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort without calling any witnesses, setting the stage for closing arguments Wednesday morning.
In Leaked Recording, Rep. Devin Nunes Suggests GOP Must Keep House To Protect Trump From MuellerThe remarks appear to be a blunt assessment from Nunes that Republicans must keep their House majority in the midterm elections to shield Trump from the special counsel investigation.
Trump's Legal Team Responds To Mueller Regarding InterviewThe President has previously said that he wants to speak with the special counsel and has insisted there was no collusion or obstruction, while deriding the investigation as a "witch hunt."
President Urged To Stop Tweeting On Trump Tower MeetingThe President was advised that his tweeting only gives oxygen to the topic, even if those around Trump do not believe there is any truly new development.
Senators: Trump 'Not Paying Attention' To Russian Threats In 2018One Republican on the Senate Intelligence Committee contends that Russian hackers may have already targeted most -- if not all -- sitting US senators.