The first glimpse into the special counsel's investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 election did little to mend a gaping American political divide.
Mueller’s findings on whether President Trump colluded with Russia were fairly straight forward. But he left a lot of gray area on whether Trump tried to obstruct his investigation, seen by many as an impeachable offense.
By Daniel Bush
It's up to Attorney General William Barr to decide how to handle Robert Mueller's report. But the attorney general is bound by federal laws that limit how certain material from federal investigations can be shared.
Will the Mueller report be made public? Blurb: The day has finally arrived for special counsel Robert Mueller to deliver his report on Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. Attorney General William Barr confirmed receipt of the final report…
There are early indications that the Mueller report does not recommend any further indictments beyond those brought during the nearly two-year investigation. If true, does that mean President Trump is cleared of wrongdoing? Judy Woodruff talks to former federal prosecutor…
Although the Mueller report has been delivered to the attorney general, the public still knows little of what is contained within it. In addition, numerous other investigations sparked by Mueller’s work are ongoing. Judy Woodruff asks NPR’s Carrie Johnson about…
William Barr, who will decide how to disclose the report to the public, wrote in a letter dated March 22 that Mueller submitted his final Russia report Friday to the Justice Department.
By Associated Press
In an interview with Fox Business Network to be aired Friday, Trump said: "I have a deputy, appoints a man to write a report on me, to make a determination on my presidency. People will not stand for it."…
By Jim Mustian, Larry Neumeister, Associated Press
A search warrant released Tuesday shows the federal inquiry into Michael Cohen had been going on since July 2017 — far longer than had previously been known.
By Tess Conciatori
Manafort was among the first of 34 individuals and a number of corporations to be indicted in special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe into Russian interference in the 2016 election. On Thursday he was sentenced by a federal judge to 47…
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