How much of Mueller’s report will be revealed to the public? And what can we expect to happen next?
The Texas Democrat sent a message by campaigning this week in midwestern states that cost Democrats the White House in 2016.
The woman who started a parliamentary petition to stop Brexit says she has received death threats over the phone.
Attorney General William Barr is pushing to reveal the principal conclusions of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report as early as Saturday night, an administration official familiar with the process tells Fox News.
NPR's Scott Simon speaks with the Virginia Republican about the Russia investigation.
The Delaware Democrat speaks with NPR's Scott Simon about the special counsel's investigation into Russian interference.
Trump has trashed them, but some experts say the group has an impressive track record.
One side of the main motorway to the Port of Dover will be shut to non-freight traffic from Monday morning as part of testing for a possible no-deal Brexit.
Jokes and memes were abundant on social media after the surprise announcement that Special Counsel Robert Mueller submitted the long-awaited report on suspected Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.
A nonprofit filed on Friday night the first known Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request seeking the immediate and total public disclosure of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's completed report, echoing bipartisan calls for transparency following his long-running probe into whether the Trump campaign illegally colluded with Russia.
Conservative author Jerome Corsi declared he’s “vindicated” after the Special Counsel Robert Mueller ended the Russia investigation and recommends no new indictments.
NPR's Scott Simon speaks to Shermichael Singleton, Republican political consultant and contributing host of Vox's Consider It, about his reaction to the end of the Mueller investigation.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller has wrapped up a nearly two-year investigation of the president's campaign and possible ties to Russia, a line of inquiry that goes back even further.
NPR's Scott Simon talks with Andrea Bernstein, co-host of the podcast Trump, Inc., from WNYC and ProPublica, about the legal threats facing President Trump beyond the Mueller investigation.
Now that special counsel Robert Mueller has delivered his report to the attorney general, we look at how politicians and the president are reacting.
Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz is traveling across the country. A look into his exploration into an independent run for the White House.
Boeing has long enjoyed great political influence in Washington. But the company is facing heightened scrutiny after a pair of deadly crashes involving its new 737 Max aircraft.
Democratic Rep. Joaquin Castro talks with NPR's Scott Simon about his demand that the Mueller report be made public.
Telling a lie was the "worst sin" that could be committed in his household growing up, the former FBI director once recalled.