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President Trump's lawyers have turned over more documents to special counsel Robert Mueller after calling for the Russia investigation to be shut down.
Trump is reportedly set to hire a new lawyer who called Comey ‘a dirty cop’ and accused the FBI of trying to ‘frame’ Trump
Former Department of Justice prosecutor Joseph diGenova shares many of President Donald Trump's disparaging views of the FBI and US Department of Justice.
3 witnesses have contradicted a key portion of Jeff Sessions’ Russia testimony — and it could intensify scrutiny on him
Sessions has a history of not recalling events, and then later remembering they happened.
Andrew McCabe’s firing may have been ‘unfortunate,’ but it was ‘not unreasonable,’ experts say — and it leaves FBI...
One FBI agent told Business Insider they were "shaken" by the firing of Andrew McCabe as deputy FBI director, and experts worry it could have a chilling effect.
Republicans vindicate Trump, McCabe is fired, and a key witness bluffs — here’s the latest from a wild week in the Russia investigation
The Trump administration made its boldest move yet against Russia this week against the backdrop of Robert Mueller's continuing Russia investigation.
Lawmakers are offering fired Andrew McCabe temporary jobs that could possibly allow him to receive his lost pension — but not everyone is sure it'll work.
‘A horrible day for democracy’: Democrats and Republicans break with Trump over McCabe’s firing and his calls to end the Mueller inv...
Members of Congress from both sides of the aisle criticized President Donald Trump, in varying degrees, for his moves over the weekend.
We may now know why Trump and his lawyer made their most brazen calls yet for the Mueller investigation to be shut down
Special counsel Robert Mueller has sent over a list of questions to President Donald Trump as he negotiates for an interview.
Mueller has Andrew McCabe’s memos about Trump and Comey — and they could bolster the obstruction case against Trump
Former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe's memos could amount to bombshell evidence in the obstruction-of-justice case against President Trump.
Trump-linked firm Cambridge Analytica collected personal information from 50 million Facebook users without permission
Cambridge Analytica accessed data from 50 million Facebook users during the 2016 US presidential campaign without the users' permission.