Impeachment talk started again among Democrats Thursday with the release of the redacted Mueller report. Many still see that as too politically risky even though they see Trump as unfit for office.
Prosecutors for special counsel Robert Mueller described President Trump's former campaign chairman as a "hardened" criminal who broke the law in a "bold" fashion.
Defense lawyers told the judge their client gave investigators extensive help and gave the country exemplary military service.
The New York Times reports that White House counsel Don McGahn met with Robert Mueller's team for dozens of hours as part of his investigation.
Self-described "dirty trickster" Roger Stone says that he is ready for an indictment but that congressional and Justice Department investigators won't find any wrongdoing.
Attorneys for Michael Cohen say the document released by the lawyer suing him is rife with incorrect information, although they did confirm some of his business dealings.
An attorney suing Trump and his attorney, Michael Cohen, says he has documented hundreds of thousands of dollars in transfers. Here's why that could be significant.
While the bill lacks support from GOP leaders in the House and Senate, it's intended to send a message to President Trump that he avoid interfering with special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation.
John Dowd recently said the special counsel's Russia investigation should be shut down. He is now leaving, saying, "I love the president and wish him well."
The paper reports that the president backed off when his chief lawyer threatened to quit if the plan went ahead.