Throughout the morning, Christine Blasey Ford swiveled abruptly between a persistent prosecutor and empathetic Democratic senators.
Rachel Mitchell, who runs a special victims division in Arizona, has never been involved in such a high-profile case.
Since helping broker a meeting between Donald Trump Jr. and a Russian lawyer, Rob Goldstone said his life has been “quite a whirl.”
Before he was Trump’s campaign chairman, the longtime lobbyist went to extreme lengths in a secret effort to bolster a Ukrainian politician, court papers show.
An attorney for Corsi said his client will cooperate with investigators, who he expects will inquire about communications with Stone.
In a new filing, Butina’s attorney asked the judge to release her from jail pending her September trial.
Under financial and personal pressures, the longtime Trump attorney agreed to a plea deal in a matter of weeks.
With 3 a.m. emails and a flurry of loan applications, he tried to save a tanking business.
Emails show Butina sought out J.D. Gordon, a former campaign national security aide, as he prepared to work on the presidential transition.
To some who knew her as a graduate student, Butina’s indictment on federal charges validated their own unsettling suspicions.
Konstantin Nikolaev, a transportation magnate who was in Washington during President Trump’s inauguration, was in contact with Butina as she launched a gun rights group.
By August 2016, the FBI was monitoring the young political-science student as part of an effort to track what she was doing in the United States, according to officials.
The Russian president claimed he was not aware of Trump’s past visits to Moscow. But top officials in his government knew about a 2013 trip.
During the 2016 campaign, Stone communicated with Guccifer 2.0, an online persona that the special counsel alleges was used by the Russians.
Under legal scrutiny from two federal investigations, Cohen is said to feel neglected by the president, his longtime patron.
George Papadopoulos’s wife says the special counsel’s office claimed to have evidence that he had worked on behalf of Israel without registering as a foreign agent before joining the campaign.
The January letter was disclosed as the president’s lawyers contend he should not sit for an interview with special counsel Robert S. Mueller III.
The meeting, described as brief and impromptu, adds to long list of contacts between Trump associates and Kremlin-tied Russians during the campaign and presidential transition.
In a new court filing, prosecutors made an initial move toward wrapping up one phase of the investigation.