Firm in ‘Putin’s chef’ case challenges appointment of special counsel Robert Mueller

Concord Management and Consulting was accused in Russia probe in election Internet trolling operation.

Senate intelligence aide charged in U.S. leak probe pleads not guilty in District federal court

During investigation of James A. Wolfe, investigators seized reporter’s records in government leak crackdown

Judge orders Mueller team to turn over names of European politicians in alleged Manafort lobbying scheme

Court sets Friday deadline, the day it hears whether to jail Manafort after alleged witness tampering

Judge gives Manafort team until Friday to reply to witness tampering allegation

A June 15 hearing will consider whether to revoke or restrict Manafort’s release pending trial.

Mueller accuses Paul Manafort of witness tampering

Prosecutors ask for Manafort’s release terms to be revised or revoked

Special counsel Mueller initiates sentencing process for 2nd cooperating defendant

The filing for Richard Pinedo of California feeds speculation that phases of the investigation are closing.

Mueller probe: London-based son-in-law of Russian businessman to plead guilty to false statements

Alex Van der Zwaan allegedly lied about communications with Rick Gates in connection with work for the Ukrainian government.

Judge lashes out at ‘unacceptable’ delays in setting trial of Manafort and Gates in Mueller probe

Ex-Trump campaign aide Rick Gates’s attorneys seek to exit case for ‘irreconcilable differences’

Lawyers for Manafort co-defendant due at sealed hearing asking to leave Mueller-probe case

A shift would mark the third change in attorneys for ex-Trump campaign manager’s employee, Rick Gates

Ex-Trump chair Paul Manafort’s co-defendant shakes up defense team in Mueller probe

Manafort’s business partner Rick Gates, 45, makes third change in lawyers, reasons under seal

Two former staffers set to plead guilty in cyberstalking of U.S. House member, husband, court files show

Aides to Virgin Islands Del. Stacey Plaskett charged with circulating nude images during 2016 campaign

Trump election fraud commission bought Texas election data flagging Hispanic voters

White House says intent was to avoid surname confusion, not to scrutinize voters by ethnicity

‘Your silence and your amnesia is complicity’: Booker speaks out against Trump’s comments

Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) spoke out on Jan. 16 against President Trump’s comments calling African nations “shithole countries,” and Homeland Security Secretary Kristjen Nielsen’s silence about them.

Ex-Trump campaign chair Manafort likely to face trial no sooner than September, judge suggests

Prosecutors wanted 3-week trial to start May 14, but both sides are sparring over house arrest, lawsuit

Graham calls immigration meeting and remarks ‘an s-show’

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) on Jan. 16 ran through the events leading up to the contentious immigration meeting with President Trump on Jan. 11. “This has turned into an s-show,” he said.

Prosecutors seek May 14 trial date for Manafort and Gates

New filing also says 590,000 records and information from 87 electronic devices is in hand

What it would take for Michael Cohen to win a libel suit

President Trump’s personal attorney, Michael Cohen, filed lawsuits against Buzzfeed News and Fusion GPS over the published dossier. Here’s a look at what it would take for Cohen to win a libel suit.

White House says it will destroy Trump voter panel data, send no records to DHS

Opponents continue to warn of a ‘hide-the-ball trick’ to avoid public discussion of what work was done.

Ex-Trump campaign chairman Manafort challenges his indictment in Russia probe by filing lawsuit against Mueller

Lawsuit contends special counsel Robert S. Mueller III is exceeding his authority.

Judge signals release of ex-Trump chair Paul Manafort to Fla. home under curfew and GPS monitoring

Court accepts plan to end home confinement, but approves $10 million secured bond and new conditions