The office of Robert S. Mueller III is in a closed-door legal battle to force a witness to testify. Here’s what we know about the dispute.
In 2018, impunity came to an end.
Federal prosecutors in New York and Washington are examining whether people from several Middle Eastern countries used straw donors to obscure donations to the funds.
Michael Cohen said President Trump led him into darkness. The courts brought him into the light.
Ethics experts say Rudolph W. Giuliani risks blurring lines by seeking contracts with foreign governments even as he remains President Trump’s personal lawyer.
Yes, it would be. But that question is a distraction from the principal objective of the Russia investigation.
The sentencing in Manhattan capped a startling fall for Mr. Cohen, who is a central figure in the payments to a adult-film star and a former Playboy model.
President Trump’s former national security adviser will be sentenced next week after admitting he lied to the F.B.I. when he was questioned in the Russia investigation.
What happens if re-election is Trump's best hope of avoiding an indictment?
The president is often unable or unwilling to spot the difference between a favor and a crooked scheme.
Prosecutors say President Trump organized illegal payments to two women during the presidential campaign. Now they want to know if he and Mr. Cohen acted alone.
The actor Jason Momoa hosted, in an episode that also included a trailer for a fictitious TV show that asks, “What if Donald Trump was black?”
President Trump’s lawyer minimized the importance of any potential campaign finance violations, but Democrats said they could potentially lead to impeachment.
Sentencing memos reveal damning evidence about collusion and campaign finance violations.
Court filings revealed the most direct evidence to date tying Mr. Trump to potentially criminal conduct during the campaign involving hush payments to women.
The special counsel detailed his accusations that the former campaign chairman Paul Manafort lied to investigators.
And unpacking the Russia investigation with Lawfare’s Susan Hennessey
The special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, has referred back to prosecutors in Virginia a case that once ensnared President Trump’s former national security adviser.
The special counsel says President Trump’s former national security adviser has provided “substantial assistance” and deserves a light sentence.
Colbert pointed out that Cohen, President Trump’s former lawyer, is pleading guilty to things right and left, but hasn’t been guaranteed clemency in sentencing.