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U.S. Attorney General William Barr listens during a Department of Justice African American History Month Observance Program at the Department of Justice February 26, 2019 in Washington, DC

AG William Barr reportedly liked to haze Mueller when they worked together and would ‘mercilessly make fun of him’ in meetings

Sources also told New York Magazine that while Barr respected Mueller as a prosecutor, he didn't necessarily view him as a "brilliant legal mind."

Read the House Intelligence Committee’s impeachment report in full

The damning report found that President Donald Trump engaged in a quid pro quo with Ukraine and that he obstructed Congress' impeachment inquiry.

Corey Lewandowski admits he lied on national TV about Trump’s command to tell Jeff Sessions to interfere in the Russia investigation

Corey Lewandowski insisted during his congressional testimony that he has "no obligation to be honest with the media" and admitted to lying publicly.
Granville County Sheriff Brindell Wilkins has been indicted on two felony counts of obstruction of justice.

A North Carolina sheriff allegedly plotted the death of his own deputy because the officer had a tape of him making ‘racially offensive’ c...

Granville County Sheriff Brindell Wilkins urged someone to kill a deputy, saying, "The only way you gonna stop him is kill him," an indictment says.

Mueller says he didn’t subpoena Trump because he expected Trump to fight it and wanted to expedite ‘the end of the investigation’

The former special counsel Robert Mueller testified to Congress about his findings in the Russia investigation and on obstruction of justice.
President Donald Trump.

The White House blocked former McGahn aide Annie Donaldson from answering Congress’ questions more than 200 times

The White House's objections stemmed from "constitutionally-based Executive Branch confidentiality interests that are implicated."

Here’s why Hope Hicks didn’t answer a staggering 155 questions during her testimony before the House Judiciary Committee

Former White House communications director Hope Hicks was blocked from answering 155 questions while testifying before the House Judiciary Committee.
Hope Hicks.

White House lawyers blocked Hope Hicks from answering questions 155 times during her congressional testimony, citing ‘absolute immunity’

White House lawyers said the immunity assertion applied to "anything about her knowledge of anything" while Hope Hicks worked at the White House.

Most Americans say they understand what impeachment is, but fewer than a third can actually define it correctly

The data comes as top House Democrats conduct hearings and investigations to drum up public support for President Donald Trump's impeachment.

Hope Hicks just agreed to testify about the Mueller probe, which is a huge win for Congress

Hicks is the first material witness connected to the former special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe to appear before the panel.