Russia savors Mueller's report but expects tensions to stay
MOSCOW (AP) — Russia savored an "I told you so" moment Monday after special counsel Robert Mueller found no collusion between President Donald Trump's campaign and Moscow. Government officials...
$35 billion in research funding “now at stake” after Trump executive order
Vague order wants research funding agencies to look into First Amendment issues.
Michael Avenatti to be charged with wire and bank fraud in alleged shakedown of Nike, federal prosecutors say
Celebrity lawyer Michael Avenattii is being charged with wire and bank fraud, federal authorities said Monday. A press conference is scheduled to discuss the charges against Avenatti in Los Angeles on Monday afternoon. Avenatti had represented porn star Stormy Daniels in her lawsuit against President Donald Trump and his former lawyer Michael Cohen.
'Yes he did': Trump says Mueller 'acted honorably'
The apparent about face comes after nearly two years of consistent attacks on the special counsel by the president.
Kim Jong Un plans trip to Russia after meeting with Donald Trump falls apart
Russia sent a delegation to North Korea less than one month after President Donald Trump’s landmark meeting with Kim Jong Un in Vietnam fell apart.
Trump formally recognises Israeli sovereignty over Golan Heights
US president signs proclamation formally recognising Israel's sovereignty over Israeli-occupied Golan Heights.
Collusion vs. Obstruction: Did the Mueller Report Really Exonerate Trump?
Attorney General Barr wrote a letter to Congress about Mueller's findings. This is what it does—and doesn't—say.
Ocasio-Cortez wants us to focus on the other reasons Trump was elected
It wasn't Putin.
Mark Mobius: A different outcome in Mueller report could have emboldened China in US trade war
China probably realizes it would be difficult to impeach Trump," the co-founder of Mobius Capital Partners says.
Trump dossier, Michael Flynn testimony, Michael Cohen in Prague: Stories that fell flat during Mueller probe
Countless “scoops” and “bombshell” reports have rocked Washington and the country during the 675 days of Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation.