President Donald Trump may have lied in his written testimony to former U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
Rick Gates, a former Trump campaign official, testified that Trump "indicated that more information would be coming” after talking to Roger Stone.
New information emerged in 500 pages of FBI witness interrogation summaries obtained by BuzzFeed.
What had been Attorney General William Barr's administrative review of the origins of the Russia investigation has become a criminal inquiry, The NY Times says.
Behind closed doors, Trump has made his views on Ukraine clear: “They tried to take me down.”
The Justice Department's confirmation about the president's son and former White House counsel is part of a newly unredacted filing ordered by a judge.
Aides for the president said Trump has yet to fully grasp the extent of Giuliani’s side-dealings.
With the prospect of new subpoenas coming as soon as Friday, Trump’s official policy of deliberate non-cooperation could be tested quickly.
The president contacted other countries to help investigate the Mueller probe's origins "at Attorney General Barr's request," according to the Justice Department.
President Donald Trump and his team are scrambling to respond to a whistleblower’s claims that have morphed into an impeachment inquiry.
The president’s brain melt, explained.
The judge and judicial analyst is arguing that reports of Trump's alleged requests for election help are worse than any scandal ever seen under his tenure.
Pelosi said it's time to change the law to ensure a sitting president can be indicted for wrongdoing.
"To borrow John Dean’s haunting Watergate-era metaphor ... there is a cancer on the presidency and cancers, if not removed, only grow," Conway wrote.
The prominent Washington attorney was found not guilty of lying to the Justice Department about the work he did for the Ukrainian government.
The ex-Trump campaign aide who pleaded guilty in Mueller's probe testified against Greg Craig, who's accused of hiding information from the Justice Department.
The White House has repeatedly blocked Democrats' efforts to question the former White House counsel, who was a key witness in the Mueller report.