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The DOJ has charged a Russian woman working for a close Putin ally with conspiring to interfere in the 2018 midterms
The woman, Elena Khusyaynova, is accused of playing a central financial role in a social-media influence operation known as "Project Lakhta" that prosecutors say "continues to this day."
Paul Manafort is the special counsel Robert Mueller's most significant cooperating witness to date, and his frequent trips to Mueller's office indicate the Russia investigation is not slowing down anytime soon.
Robert Mueller's questions likely focus on whether Paul Manafort has any knowledge of whether or not Roger Stone knew in advance of WikiLeaks' plans to dump batches of hacked emails from the Democratic National Committee and Hillary Clinton campaign in 2016.
Rod Rosenstein says the Russia probe has uncovered a widespread Russian effort to meddle in the 2016 race
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein said the Department of Justice was "appropriately managing" the Russia investigation. Rosenstein's comments came after it was reported that he had been pressuring the special counsel Robert Mueller to wrap up the investigation.
Rosenstein is said to be pressuring Mueller to wrap up the Russia probe, but Mueller looks nowhere near finished
The special counsel Robert Mueller is said to be facing intense pressure to wrap up the Russia investigation soon. Two US officials told Bloomberg that Mueller is expected to deliver his key findings shortly after the November midterm elections.
Trump’s likely replacement for Don McGahn indicates the White House is preparing to take a more combative approach toward Mueller
Pat Cipollone's legal background and relationship with Trump's legal team suggests he will take a more combative approach toward the special counsel Robert Mueller and the Russia probe than his predecessor did.
Former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe and Rod Rosenstein reportedly butted heads in front of Mueller about recusal from the Russia probe
Deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein and former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe reportedly had a tense standoff after Robert Mueller was appointed as special counsel for the Russia investigation.
Speculation swirled that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein would soon be fired or resign. But the No. 2 Justice Department official is safe for now. Here's how the "poster child for the professional, competent, ethical, and fair-minded prosecutor" became one of the most-watched officials in DC.
A former federal prosecutor says DOJ officials were ‘shell-shocked’ and ‘wandering the halls wondering what’s next’ amid...
The public was confused following conflicting reports about whether deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein would resign, and officials on the inside may have been just as much in the dark.
Current FBI agents and former intel officials are breathing a sigh of relief that Rod Rosenstein still has his job after a whirlwind morning in Washin...
Justice Department veterans and current and former intelligence officials expressed relief that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein had not resigned or been fired following a wild morning of conflicting news reports.