Trump blames Sessions for Russia probe, suggests he could have shut it down

In a morning tweet, the president once again castigated his attorney general for recusing himself from the investigation.

Justice Department calls for inquiry after Trump demands probe into whether FBI ‘infiltrated or surveilled’ his campaign

The rapid move by the Justice Department comes as officials hope to avert a larger showdown over a confidential source.

Mueller investigation enters Year Two: What comes next — and how it could end

In 365 days, the special counsel’s team has charged 19 people and three companies, securing five guilty pleas. And there are no signs he’s slowing down.

Inspector general report faults Andrew McCabe for unauthorized disclosure of information, misleading investigators

The report, which alleges McCabe authorized the disclosure of sensitive information and misled investigators about it, was turned over to Congress Friday.

Dana Boente, former top Justice Department official now at FBI, has been interviewed by Mueller and turned over notes

The interview is significant because it shows how Mueller is exploring whether the president obstructed justice and keying in on conversations he had with his former FBI director James Comey.

Trump said Mueller’s team has ‘13 hardened Democrats.’ Here are the facts.

Robert S. Mueller III is a registered Republican, but 13 of the 17 members of his team have previously registered as Democrats, and 9 have made Democratic donations.

FBI disciplinary office recommends firing former deputy director Andrew McCabe

The official is just days from retirement and his benefits could be affected if he is dismissed.

House Judiciary Democrats: Focus after Parkland shooting should also be on guns, not just FBI’s misstep

The Democrats said they feared “that the Committee’s course of action in response to the urgent threat of gun violence will be inadequate once again.”

Here’s what to know about the Nunes memo, and why Democrats are upset about it

Answers to some of your most basic questions on the document roiling Washington.

Why can’t Jeff Sessions remember interactions related to Russia?

Sessions again revised his account of what he knew about Trump campaign dealings with Russia.

Sessions again changes his account of what he knew about Trump campaign’s dealings with Russians

The attorney general now recalls a 2016 meeting with an adviser who discussed a possible Trump-Putin meeting.

As Mueller grows his Russia special counsel team, every hire is under scrutiny

The president has sought to cast Robert Mueller’s team as being full of partisan Democrats, based on some members’ donations and past work.

Who is on the special counsel team investigating Russian meddling in the 2016 election?

The president has raised questions about the team’s political giving.

Jeff Sessions finds a shield in executive privilege — but it might not be a strong one

The attorney general faced criticism for the reasons he gave for not answering lawmakers questions.

Comey lays out the case that Trump obstructed justice

The former FBI director said the question is ultimately one for the special counsel, but he helped bolster the case.

5 questions James Comey refused to answer in his Senate testimony

He might answer them in a classified setting — but we’ll never know.

Jared Kushner now a focus in Russia investigation

Investigators are looking in particular at meetings the president’s son-in-law held in December with Russians, people familiar with the matter said.

Justice Dept. debating charges against WikiLeaks members in revelations of diplomatic, CIA materials

Prosecutors are examining the 2010 leak of cables and military documents, as well as the more recent revelation of CIA cyber-tools.

Justice Dept. debating charges against WikiLeaks members in revelations of diplomatic, CIA materials

Prosecutors are examining the 2010 leak of cables and military documents, as well as the more recent revelation of CIA cyber-tools.

Trump criticizes judge’s freeze of travel ban, taunts Clinton

After a federal judge in Hawaii froze President Trump’s new travel ban on March 15, Trump said at a rally in Nashville that the judge’s decision amounted to “judicial overreach.”