Trump lashes out at Mueller, media after report on cooperation with Manafort legal team

Trump claimed without evidence that Mueller is pressuring witnesses in the Russia probe to lie about him.

Paul Manafort reportedly met with Julian Assange months before Democratic email leak

The alleged meeting took place around the time Manafort was chosen to chair the Trump campaign.

This Week in Trump-Russia News: Trump finally sends his answers to Mueller

Trump submits his written answers as the Mueller probe appears to near its end.

Donald Trump claims to love the military. So why can’t he stop disrespecting veterans?

Trump's attacks on Adm. Bill McRaven are just the latest instances of the supposedly pro-military president disrespecting the military.

This Week in Trump-Russia News: Anticipation grows over Mueller’s next move

Trump ramps up his attacks on the special counsel as the investigation draws to a close.

This Week in Trump-Russia News: Trump makes his biggest move yet in effort to undermine Mueller

Trump ousts Sessions and installs Whitaker in a dramatic shakeup that could hurt the Russia investigation.

Trump says he doesn’t know acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker as questions swirl

Trump distances himself from Whitaker amid criticism he is attempting to undercut the Mueller probe.

The midterm elections are over — and the potential 2020 field is already looking crowded

The 2020 election is already beginning — and the Democratic field has plenty of potential candidates.

Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin re-elected in West Virginia, dealing a blow to Donald Trump

Manchin was seen as one of the Senate's most vulnerable Democrats, and Trump had campaigned hard for his conservative challenger.

This Week in Trump-Russia News: Midterms may impact Mueller probe. But will Mueller impact midterms?

Democrats challenge Trump's "corruption," while the president casts the election as a battle for his presidency.

Trump lashes out at Maxine Waters days after she was targeted in attempted pipe-bomb attacks

Trump continues to attack Waters ahead of the midterms.

Trump complains GOP momentum faltering after deadly synagogue shooting

Republicans had "two maniacs stop a momentum that was incredible," the president said, a week after an anti-Semite allegedly killed 11 and a Trump fanatic allegedly mailed IEDs to Democrats.

How George Soros became the target of Republican and far-right conspiracy theorists

The president and his allies keep attacking Soros — even after a Trump supporter allegedly sent a pipe bomb to the liberal philanthropist's home.

This Week in Trump-Russia News: Behind the scenes, the Mueller probe presses on

The special counsel reportedly has new evidence involving Roger Stone.

Trump casts doubt on attempted bombings, complains about impact on Republicans in stunning tweet

Trump: "This 'bomb' stuff" has hurt Republicans ahead of midterms.

Florida man Cesar Sayoc arrested in connection with string of mail bombs

Sayoc faces five federal charges, including illegal mailing of explosives, which together carry up to 58 years in prison.

Report: China, Russia listening in on Trump’s calls to Fox News hosts and other outside confidantes

Trump has reportedly continued using private cell phones — despite those lines not being secure.

Time Warner building in New York evacuated after “suspicious package” sent to CNN offices

The evacuation came after the Secret Service announced it had intercepted IEDs sent to Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.

Suspected IEDs sent to Clinton, Obama, CNN headquarters

The devices were intercepted and the White House condemned the attempted attacks as "despicable."

Robert Mueller will reportedly issue key findings in Russia probe after midterms

Mueller has been investigating possible conspiracy between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin, along with potential obstruction of justice on the part of the president.

This Week in Trump-Russia News: Russia takes a backseat to Kavanaugh drama

The Kavanaugh confirmation battle has enveloped Washington — and could impact the Russia probe down the road.

With Brett Kavanaugh, Trumpism ascends to the Supreme Court

Kavanaugh's partisanship, demeanor and sexual assault allegations may have already "tainted" the nation's high court.

Beyond a loophole: Expert says Trump’s tax practices were “brazen,” “aggressive” and “outrageous”

A comprehensive 'New York Times' report Tuesday revealed Trump had received major financial help from his father — and that the two had engaged in shady, sometimes illegal, financial schemes.

Report: Trump gained his fortune from fraud, handouts from his father

Trump has claimed he got his start with a "small" million-dollar loan from his father. But an exhaustive investigation finds that he actually received more than $60 million.

5 dubious claims from Brett Kavanaugh that raise hard questions about his credibility

Trump's Supreme Court nominee claimed Ford's allegations were a "political hit" and made several weak claims in Thursday's heated hearing.

Noel Francisco could mean “big trouble” for Mueller probe if Trump fires Rosenstein

Noel Francisco, who has endorsed an expansive view of presidential power, could inherit the Russia probe if Trump terminates Rosenstein.

This Week in Trump-Russia News: When will Trump fire Rod Rosenstein — or will he?

Rosenstein offered to wear a wire and discussed invoking the 25th Amendment to oust Trump, according to an explosive new report.

Trump attacks Sessions again: “I’m very disappointed in Jeff”

Trump says that he "[doesn't] have an attorney general" in his latest broadside against Sessions.

This Week in Trump-Russia News: Even Trump doesn’t seem confident he can tell Mueller the truth

Trump is expressing concern that interviewing with the special counsel could be a "perjury trap."

With “60 Day Rule” approaching, Washington braces for more Mueller bombshells

Will the unwritten rule impact the Russia investigation?