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Peter Strzok — the controversial agent who sent texts about Trump — has been escorted from FBI headquarters
FBI agent Peter Strzok was escorted from FBI headquarters as part of internal proceedings involving him, his lawyer said in a statement. Strzok was a key figure in both the Russia investigation and the Hillary Clinton email probe.
DOJ officials struck down Trump’s biggest claim about the inspector general’s brutal report on the FBI and the Clinton probe
President Donald Trump's main talking point about a recently released report about the FBI's handling of the Hillary Clinton email investigation is that it "exonerates" him in the Russia investigation. Department of Justice officials disagree.
US intelligence officials say Russia will be back to try to undermine the 2018 elections. But here’s why Americans shouldn’t be so worried...
After the 2016 election, US officials made a host of improvements to defend against hackers. Now they say they're better prepared to protect the 2018 midterms from being infiltrated.
Giuliani says Trump won’t issue pardons during Mueller’s investigation, but could pardon people who were treated unfairly after it’s...
Rudy Giuliani, top attorney for President Donald Trump, said on Sunday that Trump won't issue any pardons in the special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation, but could after the probe is over. Giuliani said Trump would look into those who were treated "unfairly" in the investigation.
Roger Stone now says he met with a Russian during the campaign who offered dirt on Clinton for $2 million
The Washington Post reported Roger Stone, a former campaign consultant and close associate to President Donald Trump, has admitted to meeting with a Russian contact during the 2016 presidential election. Stone's claiming the meeting was a setup.
A federal judge's decision on Friday to send Paul Manafort to jail means Manafort, the former chairman of President Donald Trump's campaign, is now faced with the same decision as several others in the Russia investigation: Should he flip?
President Donald Trump's main defense lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, said Friday that "things might get cleaned up" in the Russia investigation "with some presidential pardons." His comments came shortly after Paul Manafort, the former Trump campaign chairman, was jailed while awaiting trial.
Trump says he feels ‘badly’ for associates in Mueller’s crosshairs and doesn’t rule out pardoning them
President Donald Trump on Friday said he felt bad for his associates who were under investigation or who had been charged in the Russia investigation. Trump singled out his campaign chairman Paul Manafort, his former national security adviser Michael Flynn, and his former lawyer Michael Cohen.
Paul Manafort, the former chairman of President Donald Trump's campaign, was sent to jail Friday to await trial in the Russia investigation. Manafort's bail was revoked after prosecutors accused him of attempting to tamper with witnesses.
President Donald Trump's comments about his belief that he enjoys high support within the FBI came after the Justice Department's inspector general, Michael Horowitz, released a highly critical report Thursday of the FBI's handling of the Hillary Clinton email investigation.