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'Loyalty' and 'orders': Why so many of President Donald Trump's aides lied to protect him in Russia investigations

Robert Mueller's investigation revealed Trump's aides worked to benefit from a Russian intelligence campaign, then lied to pretend they hadn't.
USATODAY.com - Published

McCabe says possible "inappropriate relationship" between Trump, Russia prompted probe

In an interview airing Sunday on "60 Minutes," former Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe said the possibility of an "inappropriate relationship" between President Trump and Russia prompted him to launch..
CBS News - Published

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Reports from CNN, ABC and others suggest Senate investigators received records indicating the calls were with Trump Jr.'s business associates.

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N.R.A. Seeks Distance From Russia as Investigations Heat Up

High-profile N.R.A. donors and board members made no secret of their visit to Russia in 2015. But now the organization faces growing scrutiny for its Russia ties.
NYTimes.com - Published

Here's What Could Be Ahead In The Russia Investigations In 2019

A number of unfinished criminal cases could be resolved. Democrats will take the majority in the House of Representatives. But many big questions still remain unanswered.
NPR - Published

DOJ handling of Trump, Clinton probes shows potential ‘abuse of prosecutorial discretion’: Mollie Hemingway

The Justice Department's divergent handling of the Clinton email and Russia investigations -- avoiding false-statement charges in one, while pursuing several in the other -- could demonstrate an "abuse..
FOXNews.com - Published

The Russia Investigations: An Unfinished Case Looks Weaker Than Ever

This week in the Russia investigations: Headlines and courtroom action are coming thick and fast in the final weeks of the year, but a core "collusion" case also looks weaker than it ever has.
NPR - Published

The Russia Investigations: A Case Still Unproven

This week in the Russia investigations: Headlines and courtroom action are coming thick and fast in the final weeks of the year, but a core "collusion" case also looks weaker than it ever has.
NPR - Published

The Russia Investigations: Maybe The End Is In Sight. Maybe It Isn't

Suggesting that special counsel Robert Mueller is tightening the net has become a fashionable take lately. But last week's developments may not mean Mueller's investigation is winding up.
NPR - Published

Comey Says He Doesn’t ‘Know Of A Crime That Involves Collusion’

Former FBI Director James Comey on Friday could not describe to the House lawmakers what the crime of collusion entailed, referencing the Trump-Russia investigations. House Oversight Chairman Trey..
Daily Caller - Published

The Russia Investigations: Trump Says His Answers For Mueller Are Done. Now What?

The president told reporters that he wrote the answers to questions from the special counsel and that he did so "very easily." He also said he suspected some were designed to be a "perjury trap."
NPR - Published

The Russia Investigations: Who's Running The Justice Department?

The president's appointment of a new acting AG ejected Jeff Sessions and leapfrogged Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein, the only person at DOJ who the president may like less than Sessions or Robert Mueller.
NPR - Published

Don Jr. Has Reportedly Told Friends He Thinks He Could Be Indicted

A new report today on President *Donald Trump*'s pivot contains a somewhat notable detail regarding the ongoing Russia investigations.
Mediaite - Published

Devin Nunes' Re-Election Tests Whether All Politics Are Now National

Rep. Devin Nunes easily won his last reelection. Now the chair of the House Intelligence Committee is in for the tightest race of his political life, thanks to his views on the Russia investigations.
NPR - Published

The Russia Investigations: The U.S. Launches A Digital Offensive — Gently

The NSA and U.S. Cyber Command can exercise near-godlike omniscience over the Internet. A recent report from The New York Times provides some insight into what they're doing with it.
NPR - Published

The Russia Investigations: Why Are Democrats Avoiding The Russia Imbroglio?

Democrats have placed their chips as they try to unseat Republicans — but not on Russia red. Meanwhile, a liberal billionaire outsider has built a massive organization intent on impeaching Trump.
NPR - Published

The Russia Investigations: Unanswered Questions In The Eye Of The Storm

The president and his lawyers may be close to submitting a take-home exam of sorts to special counsel Robert Mueller, but so many other points about this imbroglio remain unresolved.
NPR - Published

The Russia Investigations: The New Era Of Foreign Threats

A week's worth of troubling reports about foreign intelligence exploits suggest the danger to U.S. democracy is getting more serious.
NPR - Published

The Russia Investigations: Rod Rosenstein On The Razor's Edge

The deputy attorney general is in a tight spot over the early phase of his tenure after a bombshell report by The New York Times. And the president has postponed the next shot in the document war.
NPR - Published

The Russia Investigations: What Will Paul Manafort Tell The Feds?

This week in the Russia investigations: Donald Trump's ex-campaign chairman avoids a second federal trial at the cost of a plea agreement. What information can he give to investigators?
NPR - Published

The Russia Investigations: Can There Be A Final Answer On 'Collusion'?

Trump's lawyers and the special counsel's office have been negotiating over a possible interview. But leaks of a new book reveal an ex-Trump lawyer has argued Trump should never agree to a sit-down.
NPR - Published

Fox News Hasn't Always Shared Robert Driscoll's Credentials With Its Viewers

Fox News has repeatedly gone to former Justice Department official Robert Driscoll to comment on the Russia investigations, but what viewers don't hear is that he's also the attorney for Maria Butina,..
NPR - Published

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