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Robert Mueller.

Mueller turned his final report in to Attorney General William Barr, but the Russia probe is nowhere near finished

There are more than a dozen ongoing threads stemming from, or related to, the Russia investigation that are nowhere close to being wrapped up.
Robert Mueller was director of the FBI for 12 years.

Meet the man behind the Trump-Russia investigation: the special counsel Robert Mueller

Robert Mueller, 74, is leading the investigation into Russia's interference in the 2016 elections. He submitted his report to the attorney general.
Robert Mueller.

Attorney General William Barr now has the Mueller report. How he chooses to release it could set up a possible showdown with Democrats

Two congressional aides told INSIDER that if Democrats feel Barr inappropriately omitted information from Mueller's report in the summary, they would take "appropriate legal actions" to obtain the report.
Both President Donald Trump and his lawyer Rudy Giuliani have been escalating their attacks on Special Counsel Robert Mueller in recent days.

Mueller has submitted his report: Here’s what ‘collusion’ actually means, and whether members of Trump campaign could have broken th...

The release of the report from special counsel Robert Mueller provides an answer to whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russian officials.
Robert Mueller.

The Mueller report is out — 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.
Russian President Vladimir Putin

The Steele dossier’s most damning allegation against Michael Cohen is back in the spotlight after a new Czech media report

Russian intelligence ran two hacking networks out of Prague until 2018, according to the Czech magazine Respekt.
Paul Manafort

‘Manafort’s f—ed’: New York state prosecutors emerge as the biggest threat yet to Paul Manafort

"When you have to ask yourself which prosecution is worse, the federal one or the state one, you're in some big trouble either way," one DOJ vet said.

Roger Stone’s lawyers apologize to federal judge for concealing information about his upcoming book while under a gag order

"There was/is no intention to hide anything," Stone's lawyer wrote. "Having been scolded, we seek only to defend Mr. Stone and move ahead without further ado."
Erik Prince.

In wild interview, Trump associate Erik Prince acknowledges a 2nd Trump Tower meeting he may have forgotten to disclose under oath

When Al Jazeera's Mehdi Hasan asked Prince why he didn't disclose the meeting, Prince said he did, the committee may have "got the transcript wrong."

The latest Trump and Michael Cohen battleground is pardon talks, and investigators appear to be homing in on them

Investigators are focusing on contacts between Cohen and people linked to Trump following the FBI raids on Cohen's property last year.