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Will the Mueller Report Be Made Public? It’s Largely Up to the New Attorney General

Will the Mueller Report Be Made Public? It’s Largely Up to the New Attorney General

Attorney General William P. Barr must tell Congress why the special counsel’s work concluded, but isn’t legally obligated to provide full details of the report.
Will the Mueller Report Be Made Public? It’s Largely Up to the New Attorney General

Will the Mueller Report Be Made Public? It’s Largely Up to the New Attorney General

Attorney General William P. Barr must tell Congress why the special counsel’s work concluded, but isn’t legally obligated to provide full details of the report.
Cohen Gave Prosecutors New Information on the Trump Family Business

Cohen Gave Prosecutors New Information on the Trump Family Business

Michael D. Cohen, scheduled to begin serving a three-year prison sentence in May, has met with prosecutors about possible irregularities at the Trump Organization.
Cohen Gave Prosecutors New Information on the Trump Family Business

Cohen Gave Prosecutors New Information on the Trump Family Business

Michael D. Cohen, scheduled to begin serving a three-year prison sentence in May, has met with prosecutors about possible irregularities at the Trump Organization.
Russian Spy or Hustling Political Operative? The Enigmatic Figure at the Heart of Mueller’s Inquiry

Russian Spy or Hustling Political Operative? The Enigmatic Figure at the Heart of Mueller’s Inquiry

Konstantin V. Kilimnik, far left, worked closely throughout his career with Paul Manafort, center, President Trump’s former campaign manager.
Russian Spy or Hustling Political Operative? The Enigmatic Figure at the Heart of Mueller’s Inquiry

Russian Spy or Hustling Political Operative? The Enigmatic Figure at the Heart of Mueller’s Inquiry

Konstantin V. Kilimnik, far left, worked closely throughout his career with Paul Manafort, center, President Trump’s former campaign manager.
Russian Spy or Hustling Political Operative? The Enigmatic Figure at the Heart of Mueller’s Inquiry

Russian Spy or Hustling Political Operative? The Enigmatic Figure at the Heart of Mueller’s Inquiry

Konstantin V. Kilimnik, far left, worked closely throughout his career with Paul Manafort, center, President Trump’s former campaign manager.
Democrats Prepared to Subpoena Mueller and Take Fight Over Report to Court

Democrats Prepared to Subpoena Mueller and Take Fight Over Report to Court

Representative Adam B. Schiff, the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, vowed to wage a legal battle if the Justice Department did not release the special counsel’s report.
It’s Mueller’s Investigation. But Right Behind Him Is Andrew Goldstein.

It’s Mueller’s Investigation. But Right Behind Him Is Andrew Goldstein.

Andrew D. Goldstein is one of Robert Mueller’s lead prosecutors in the obstruction of justice investigation of the president.
It’s Mueller’s Investigation. But Right Behind Him Is Andrew Goldstein.

It’s Mueller’s Investigation. But Right Behind Him Is Andrew Goldstein.

Andrew D. Goldstein is one of Robert Mueller’s lead prosecutors in the obstruction of justice investigation of the president.
Paul Manafort’s Lawyers Argue He Has Been Unfairly ‘Vilified’ Before Sentencing

Paul Manafort’s Lawyers Argue He Has Been Unfairly ‘Vilified’ Before Sentencing

Paul Manafort, President Trump’s former campaign chairman, has been “vilified in a manner that this country has not experienced in decades,” his lawyers argued in a sentencing memorandum.
Paul Manafort’s Lawyers Argue He Has Been Unfairly ‘Vilified’ Before Sentencing

Paul Manafort’s Lawyers Argue He Has Been Unfairly ‘Vilified’ Before Sentencing

Paul Manafort, President Trump’s former campaign chairman, has been “vilified in a manner that this country has not experienced in decades,” his lawyers argued in a sentencing memorandum.
On Eve of Michael Cohen’s Testimony, Republican Threatens to Reveal Compromising Information

On Eve of Michael Cohen’s Testimony, Republican Threatens to Reveal Compromising Information

Mr. Cohen, President Trump’s former lawyer, will testify in public on Wednesday and plans to paint an unflattering portrait of the president.
On Eve of Michael Cohen’s Testimony, Republican Threatens to Reveal Compromising Information

On Eve of Michael Cohen’s Testimony, Republican Threatens to Reveal Compromising Information

Mr. Cohen, President Trump’s former lawyer, will testify in public on Wednesday and plans to paint an unflattering portrait of the president.
The Conversation: Trump Is Epic

The Conversation: Trump Is Epic

"Which horrible things the president has done lately seem most appalling to you?" Gail Collins asks.
If Trump Pardons Manafort, Can State Charges Stick?

If Trump Pardons Manafort, Can State Charges Stick?

Paul J. Manafort, President Trump’s former campaign chairman, was convicted in federal court of a wide-ranging financial scheme, but could also face state charges.
Aide to Roger Stone Must Testify in Russia Case, Appeals Court Rules

Aide to Roger Stone Must Testify in Russia Case, Appeals Court Rules

Paul D. Kamenar, a lawyer representing Andrew Miller, spoke outside of the federal courthouse in Washington after a hearing for Mr. Miller last year.
Aide to Roger Stone Must Testify in Russia Case, Appeals Court Rules

Aide to Roger Stone Must Testify in Russia Case, Appeals Court Rules

Paul D. Kamenar, a lawyer representing Andrew Miller, spoke outside of the federal courthouse in Washington after a hearing for Mr. Miller last year.
Cyber Command Operation Took Down Russian Troll Farm for Midterm Elections

Cyber Command Operation Took Down Russian Troll Farm for Midterm Elections

Voters at the Topeka Civic Theater in Kansas last year during the midterm elections. The United States Cyber Command took a Russian troll farm off line on Election Day to block any potential
Was Russia Treason Trial About U.S. Election Meddling or a Convict’s Revenge?

Was Russia Treason Trial About U.S. Election Meddling or a Convict’s Revenge?

Sergei Mikhailov, left, a former deputy director of the computer crimes unit of the F.S.B., and Ruslan Stoyanov, a senior researcher at an antivirus company, at their trial in Moscow on Tuesday.