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The Mueller report has been submitted — here’s everyone who has been charged and convicted in the Russia probe so far
Mueller turned in his report on the Russia investigation. So far he has charged a total of eight Americans, 25 Russians, and 3 Russian companies.
Mueller indicts former Trump campaign adviser Roger Stone on charges of obstruction, false statements, and witness tampering
The Justice Department released a filing on Thursday. Stone, a political operative and longtime Donald Trump ally, was arrested in Florida on Friday.
It was a dizzying news day. Here's what you need to know.
Trump's written response and increased pressure on key figures like Julian Assange and Jerome Corsi suggest Mueller's investigation is accelerating.
Since May 2017, Mueller has charged Americans once affiliated with Trump's campaign or administration, as well as dozens of Russian nationals.
Meet Rick Gates, Paul Manafort’s former right-hand man who is now the star witness testifying against him in trial
Rick Gates, the former deputy chairman of the Trump campaign, is testifying this week as the prosecution's star witness in the trial of his former boss and Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort.
The 12 Russian hackers indicted Friday by the special counsel Robert Mueller utilized bitcoin to facilitate their scheme, according to the indictment.
Manafort is facing some heavy charges including "conspiracy against the United States," bank fraud, and money laundering.
Former European leaders struggle to explain themselves after Mueller claims Paul Manafort paid them to lobby for Ukraine
The leaders mentioned in Mueller's indictment deny that they were paid by Manafort to do anything wrong, even though they worked with several lobbying firms.
Paul Manafort’s business partner Rick Gates fires his lawyer who was trying to get him a plea deal in the Russia investigation
Gates's lawyer, Tom Green, had specialized in arranging plea deals. Now Gates's fate in the Mueller investigation is much less clear.