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In a ‘self-defeating and self-incriminating’ slipup, Trump just indicated he installed Matthew Whitaker to kill the Russia probe
Trump's statement was reminiscent of when he told Lester Holt last year that he fired James Comey to hamper the Russia probe.
Washington is buzzing with speculation that Robert Mueller will soon drop an indictment related to WikiLeaks' activities during the 2016 election.
Trump rips into Mueller and Russia probe as the special counsel reportedly prepares to drop more indictments
Trump's attacks come as his lawyers finish answering written questions from Mueller. They also come as Mueller prepares to drop more indictments.
New text messages show Roger Stone associate Randy Credico may have known more than he was letting on about WikiLeaks’ plans during the 2016 ele...
Texts between Roger Stone and Randy Credico may indicate Credico knew more than he was letting on about WikiLeaks' plans during the 2016 election.
George Papadopoulos dumped by his own lawyers as the former Trump aide embarks on a ‘self-defeating gambit’
George Papadopoulos is taking an increasingly antagonistic stance against the Russia probe, but DOJ veterans say it's a "self-defeating gambit."
Robert Mueller has charged a total of four Americans, 25 Russians, and 3 Russian companies.
Acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker will consult with DOJ ethics officials about whether he should recuse himself from the Russia probe
If Matthew Whitaker were to recuse himself, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein would resume oversight of the Russia investigation.
Reports of a breakdown in talks came after Trump appointed acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker, who has railed against the special counsel Robert Mueller.
Trump says Robert Mueller's investigation is unconstitutional because Mueller wasn't confirmed by Senate. Legal experts say Trump is "flat out wrong."
‘Seriously? This guy?’: Matthew Whitaker’s appointment as acting attorney general has FBI and DOJ officials in a ‘daze’
FBI and DOJ officials expressed shock and frustration at President Trump's appointment of Matthew Whitaker as acting attorney general.