Bob Mueller’s report lays out abundant evidence against President Trump, finding 10 separate “episodes” of potential obstruction of justice but ultimately concluding it was not the special counsel’s role to determine whether the president broke the law.
The Justice Department plans to release a lightly redacted version of special counsel Bob Mueller’s 400-page report today, offering a granular look at the ways in which President Trump was suspected of having obstructed justice.
Legal filings provide new details about the events surrounding the deadly assault of Army Staff Sgt. Logan J. Melgar. The documents throw back a veil of secrecy on a culture in which womanizing and heavy drinking were said to be commonplace.
Notre Dame, completed in the 14th century, has withstood the test of time and the assault of history. In his remarks to a grieving nation close to midnight on Monday, President Emmanuel Macron promised to rebuild the cathedral.
Sanders feuded with the Center For American Progress, an influential liberal think tank that is aligned with the Hillary Clinton wing of the party. Sanders said CAP is “using its resources to smear” him.
Ecuador, which took Julian Assange in when he was facing a Swedish rape investigation in 2012, said it was rescinding asylum because of his “discourteous and aggressive behavior” and for violating the terms of his asylum.
President Trump's increasingly erratic behavior over the past 12 days has alarmed top Republicans, business officials and foreign leaders. They fear that he might exacerbate problems at the border, harm the U.S. economy and degrade national security.
President Trump continued to dismantle the leadership of the nation’s top domestic security agency Monday, as the White House announced the imminent removal of U.S. Secret Service Director Randolph D. “Tex” Alles.
President Trump announced yesterday that Kirstjen Nielsen has resigned as secretary of homeland security. Kevin McAleenan, the commissioner of Customs and Border Protection, will replace her on an acting basis.
Members of Robert Mueller’s team have complained to close associates that the evidence they gathered on obstruction was alarming and significant. One person said, “It was much more acute than Barr suggested.”
Tricia Newbold, a White House security adviser, told the House Oversight Committee that 25 people were given access to national security information despite concerns about ties to foreign influence and questionable or criminal conduct.
Attorney General William Barr said it would take, at a minimum, weeks before lawmakers can see an edited version of the report, making it clear that the Justice Department will not meet the April 2 deadline that Democrats set.