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Mueller Zeros In on Story Put Together About Trump Tower Meeting

Mueller Zeros In on Story Put Together About Trump Tower Meeting

After President Trump left Hamburg, Germany, in July with the first lady, Melania Trump, he helped draft a news release that has become a focus of the Russia inquiry.
About 25% of Trump’s Re-election Spending Continues to Go to Lawyers

About 25% of Trump’s Re-election Spending Continues to Go to Lawyers

A Trump rally in December in Pensacola, Fla. The president’s re-election campaign entered the year with $32.3 million in the bank, reflecting an aggressive start to re-election fund-raising.
Editorial: The Republican Plot Against the F.B.I.

Editorial: The Republican Plot Against the F.B.I.

Mr. Nunes claimed he had been given reports that President Trump and his associates were incidentally swept up in foreign surveillance by American spy agencies during the campaign.
News Analysis: How Trump’s Allies Fanned an Ember of Controversy Into Flames of Outrage

News Analysis: How Trump’s Allies Fanned an Ember of Controversy Into Flames of Outrage

Outside a meeting room used by the House Intelligence Committee on Friday.
Op-Ed Contributor: How Congress Can Protect Mueller

Op-Ed Contributor: How Congress Can Protect Mueller

Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel overseeing the Russia investigation, leaving the Capitol in June.
In Russia Inquiry, Lawyers Tell Trump to Refuse Mueller Interview

In Russia Inquiry, Lawyers Tell Trump to Refuse Mueller Interview

John Dowd, the longtime Washington lawyer hired last summer to represent President Trump in the Russia investigation, wants Mr. Trump to rebuff an interview request from the special counsel.
In Russia Inquiry, Lawyers Tell Trump to Refuse Mueller Interview

In Russia Inquiry, Lawyers Tell Trump to Refuse Mueller Interview

John Dowd, the longtime Washington lawyer hired last summer to represent President Trump in the Russia investigation, wants Mr. Trump to rebuff an interview request from the special counsel.
No. 3 Official at the Justice Department Is Stepping Down

No. 3 Official at the Justice Department Is Stepping Down

Rachel Brand, the associate attorney general, was widely seen as the most likely successor to Rod J. Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general overseeing the inquiry into Russian influence in the 2016
No. 3 Official at the Justice Department Is Stepping Down

No. 3 Official at the Justice Department Is Stepping Down

Rachel Brand, the associate attorney general, was widely seen as the most likely successor to Rod J. Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general overseeing the inquiry into Russian influence in the 2016
Op-Ed Contributors: Is Devin Nunes Obstructing Justice?

Op-Ed Contributors: Is Devin Nunes Obstructing Justice?

Representative Devin Nunes, the Republican chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, at the Capitol in January.
Op-Ed Contributor: Is Trump Working on a Different Kind of ‘Massacre’?

Op-Ed Contributor: Is Trump Working on a Different Kind of ‘Massacre’?

Attorney General Jeff Sessions, left; Rod Rosenstein, deputy attorney general; and Rachel Brand, associate attorney general, at the Justice Department this month.
Riding an Untamed Horse: Priebus Opens Up on Serving Trump

Riding an Untamed Horse: Priebus Opens Up on Serving Trump

Reince Priebus, the former White House chief of staff, at an event in the East Room last April.
Riding an Untamed Horse: Priebus Opens Up on Serving Trump

Riding an Untamed Horse: Priebus Opens Up on Serving Trump

Reince Priebus, the former White House chief of staff, at an event in the East Room last April.
To Stir Discord in 2016, Russians Turned Most Often to Facebook

To Stir Discord in 2016, Russians Turned Most Often to Facebook

Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s chief executive, faces renewed questions about why the social network didn’t catch the Russian activity earlier or do more to stop it.