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DOJ charges WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange with 17 counts for publishing classified US government documents
The Justice Department charged WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange with 17 counts, including violating the Espionage Act.
Pelosi's remarks on Wednesday indicated that top Democratic leaders might eventually have to grapple with the possibility of impeachment.
The DOJ agreed to turn over Mueller counterintelligence documents to Congress that could answer many lingering Trump-Russia questions
The Mueller report did little to explain why so many Trump associates met with Russians. These documents could answer some of those questions.
The president's former lawyer and fixer accused Jay Sekulow, Rudy Giuliani, Donald Trump Jr., and an unnamed intermediary of potential wrongdoing.
Michael Cohen told Congress that Trump lawyer Jay Sekulow discussed a ‘global pardon’ to ‘shut this whole thing down’
Michael Cohen testified to Congress that Jay Sekulow offered him a "global pardon" as part of an effort to "shut this whole thing down."
There’s a huge loophole in a new DOJ filing that Trump cited to block Don McGahn from testifying before Congress
The 15-page memo leaves out one important possibility.
Kushner Companies and Russian individuals exchanged suspicious money transfers at the height of the 2016 race, ex-Deutsche Bank employee says
Kushner is a frequent target for foreign governments working to influence US policy.
Barr and Pelosi reportedly joked about whether she brought handcuffs to arrest him after Democrats’ contempt vote
Barr approached Pelosi after a memorial service to ask if she had brought handcuffs to arrest him. Pelosi reportedly didn't miss a beat.
House Democrats are investigating whether lawyers tied to Trump helped draft Michael Cohen’s false testimony
The committee is investigating whether people connected to Trump "reviewed, shaped and edited" Michael Cohen's false testimony.
White House officials asked Don McGahn to publicly say Trump didn’t obstruct justice after they saw Mueller’s report
White House officials asked McGahn twice to publicly state Trump did not obstruct justice. He declined to do so.