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Robert Mueller.

Here’s why Mueller’s team reportedly made its unprecedented move to dispute a bombshell story on Trump and Cohen

The Washington Post reported that Mueller's team was caught off guard by some of the BuzzFeed story's assertions. BuzzFeed stands by its reporting.

How Rudy Giuliani went from ‘America’s Mayor’ to Trump’s pernicious pitbull

Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani has had a high-profile ride from politician to President Donald Trump's attorney.
Robert Mueller.

THE RUSSIA RUNDOWN: BuzzFeed’s bombshell, Barr’s confirmation, and Giuliani’s latest shift

This week brought some major developments on multiple fronts in the Russia investigation.

Trump’s attorney general nominee’s comments about obstruction take on a whole new meaning after a bombshell report that Trump ordered his ...

Barr's confirmation that coaching a witness to lie — as Trump allegedly did — constitutes a crime could signal mounting legal peril for Trump.

Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker’s wife sent an email to a reporter claiming that the Mueller probe is ‘wrapping up’

The email was sent in response to a Slate article that criticized Whitaker as "a historically awful attorney general."
President Donald Trump and his surrogates have changed their stories on his campaign's numerous contacts with Russia over time.

A timeline of Trump and his allies’ changing explanations for Russia contacts as new evidence has spilled out

Over time, President Donald Trump and his loyalists have claimed the campaign never communicated with Russia, that the contacts did not amount to collusion, and that even if they did, collusion is not a crime.

William Barr testified that he would not carry out an order from Trump to fire Mueller without cause

Barr said he would seek counsel of DOJ ethics officials but didn't commit to following their advice when asked if he would recuse himself from overseeing Mueller.

William Barr says it would be a crime for Trump to pardon someone in exchange for their silence

William Barr told lawmakers that it would "be a crime" for the president to pardon someone in exchange for their silence.
William Barr testifies at a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on his nomination to be attorney general of the United States on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., January 15, 2019.

Trump’s lawyers want to review and edit Mueller’s report before it’s out. William Barr said there’s no way he’ll allow t...

William Barr's commitment flew in the face of Rudy Giuliani's earlier comments, when he said Trump's team wanted to "correct" Mueller's report before it comes out.