A federal grand jury impaneled by special counsel Robert Mueller indicted 13 Russians and three Russian entities Friday for their alleged roles in interfering with the 2016 presidential election.
When you have a client who is known for going off-script even when that script is written as simply as a Little Golden Book, it is in the best interests of both you and your client to caution him against doing an interview in which he could possibly perjure or incriminate himself because he is a bumbling idiot with an…
We have all been waiting with bated breath to see what actually comes of special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election as well as into the possibility that Donald Trump—in his capacity as president—attempted to obstruct that investigation.
A new report has revealed that the president of wypipo tried to fire Robert Mueller only days after the veteran FBI official was hired as special counsel overseeing the splash back from the Russian pee tape.
I think I have an idea for the greatest pay-per-view event of all time. It’s something the American people have been waiting for, and it is guaranteed to make millions of dollars.
Steve “Big Poppa” Bannon, the former chief strategist to the racist in chief who has been in a full-on fuss fight with the man, has been subpoenaed by special counsel Robert Mueller to appear before a grand jury.
Former Donald Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort has gone full Denzel Washington in Training Day, and he’s putting cases on all you bitches. Below is a clip of Manafort before he filed lawsuits against special counsel Robert Mueller, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and the Department of Justice:
Just when special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe appeared to be picking up steam, a report on the anti-Donald Trump text messages between two senior FBI officials affiliated with both Mueller’s investigation and the probe into Hillary Clinton’s emails has led to the launch of a Justice Department ethics…
Updated Friday, Dec. 1, 2017, 1:03 p.m. EST: After pleading guilty Friday to lying to the FBI about conversations he had with Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak, Michael Flynn released the following statement accepting responsibility for his actions:
The lawyer who represents former national security adviser Michael Flynn met with members of special counsel Robert Mueller’s team Monday morning— further fueling speculation that Flynn may be about to take a plea deal in the Russia investigation.
Special counsel Robert Mueller has a sneaking suspicion that Donald Trump may try to pull a fast one and pardon some of his cronies in his inner circle before criminal charges can be brought against them in the Russian election-interference investigation. So to circumvent that, Mueller is using a secret weapon to…
Why trust the FBI or any intelligence agency on Russia? They targeted civil rights activists for years.
Robert Mueller, the special counsel appointed to oversee the investigation into possible Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election, has impaneled a grand jury in Washington, D.C., a clear indication that the investigation may, in fact, be yielding fruit and is moving full speed ahead.
For 15 years I worked at the Washington Post, and I can say without hesitation that I have never met a more talented group of journalists who are relentless. I was in the Post newsroom when Jayson Blair was pushing out fake pieces for the New York Times about the Washington, D.C., sniper, and Post brass were going…
Where are your president’s handlers when he needs them? Does he even have handlers? Is there anyone in the White House in charge of making sure he doesn’t say stupid stuff to the media he is so critical of? Apparently not, because this latest thing is a doozy.
President Donald Trump and I rarely agree. In fact, we are so far apart that if he said the sky was blue, I would say, “Shut up, you orange-faced afterbirth, lying sack of Russian urine!”