University of North Carolina law professor Carissa Byrne Hessick argued in a blog post Monday that Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report indicated that Donald Trump Jr. violated the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act. But the discussion of why charges were never brought against the president's eldest son appears to be almost entirely redacted.
President Donald Trump and his allies have consistently pointed to the economy as a sign of his administration and leadership's strength, even while reality paints a more complicated picture.
Watergate prosecutor argues that newly revealed Cohen documents confirm that Trump and Don Jr. are under investigation
On Tuesday, the search warrant documents used by federal prosecutors in the Southern District of New York to investigate President Donald Trump's former attorney and fixer Michael Cohen were released on a federal judge's orders, albeit in highly redacted form.
'Trump is very worried': Fears reportedly spread that Roger Stone will turn on the president — and that Don Jr. could be next
President Donald Trump is "very worried" that his longtime ally Roger Stone will turn on him after Special Counsel Robert Mueller indicted him on seven counts in the Russia investigation on Friday, according to Vanity Fair reporter Gabriel Sherman.
Democratic lawmaker says GOP worked to suppress key evidence in Russia probe — and it may be gone forever
One of the key things that the House Intelligence Committee will do under its new Democratic majority is investigate the Trump Tower meeting between Donald Trump Jr. and Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya, who was charged with obstruction of justice on Tuesday. In particular, the committee is interested in a call that Trump Jr. had with a blocked number before and after the meeting.
Former federal prosecutor explains why this US attorney's office in New York could have Donald Trump Jr. in its sights
Donald Trump Jr. has, according to multiple reports, been fearful for weeks that Special Counsel Robert Mueller could be ready to indict him at any moment, potentially for lying to Congress. But as former federal prosecutor Renato Mariotti explained Wednesday, the president's eldest son — and perhaps other children — may have a more to fear in the immediate future from the U.S. Attorney of the Southern District of New York.
These are 6 of the most outrageous, hysterical right-wing attacks on Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez - so far
Congresswoman-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is still half a month away from taking over Rep. Joe Crowley’s (D-NY) seat in the House of Representatives, but the far right is obsessed with her every move—and anyone who watches Fox News or reads right-wing websites on a regular basis can see how hysterical and over-the-top much of the criticism has been.
'This could all unwind quickly': The White House is reportedly in 'chaos' as Trump's allies brace for an indictment of Don Jr.
Vanity Fair’s Gabriel Sherman is reporting that allies of President Donald Trump are bracing for an indictment of the president’s eldest son, Donald Trump Jr.
The acting attorney general installed by President Donald Trump can upend the special counsel probe in one significant — and overlooked — way, according to an MSNBC legal analyst.
Donald Trump Jr. Told Friends He Could Be Indicted This Week - And the President Is 'Depressed' About the Possibility: Report
President Donald Trump took a risk Wednesday by ousting Attorney General Jeff Sessions and replacing him with Matthew Whitaker, who is by all appearances, a lackey for the White House.
White House Officials Reportedly Fear a Major Move from Robert Mueller Coming Soon: 'I’m Very Worried About Don Jr.'
With the entire political world laser-focused on the 2018 midterm elections, Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation has slipped beneath the radar in recent weeks.