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Trump claims he allowed White House counsel McGahn to ‘fully cooperate’ with Mueller probe

The New York Times reported on Saturday that White House counsel Don McGahn (pictured) has been willing to share details with special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigators. [...]
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Mystery surrounds former sex-ring operator’s Mueller probe role

Special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe has entangled a strange and colorful cast of characters, from a Russian pop singer to a porn star to a convicted pedophile with murky foreign ties. Now the list has expanded [...]
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Manafort trial day 8: Mueller team complains about scolding from judge

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A transcript of the first day of the trial last week shows that prosecutor Uzo Asonye (standing) specifically asked that witnesses be excluded “with the exception [...]
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‘Be brave’: Russian firm urges judge to nix Mueller indictment

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Concord Management, a Russian company which has been indicted by special counsel Robert Mueller, has directly challenged Mueller’s authority to bring such charges. [...]
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Trump calls on Sessions to stop Mueller probe

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“This is a terrible situation and Attorney General Jeff Sessions should stop this Rigged Witch Hunt right now,” the president tweets, | Evan Vucci/AP Photo [...]
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Mueller names 35 witnesses for first Manafort trial

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Special counsel Robert Mueller’s team submitted a roster of 35 witnesses the prosecution may call at Paul Manafort’s trial, set to kick off next week. | Jose Luis [...]
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Why Mueller needs a win in the Manafort trial

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The criminal trial of Paul Manafort that opens in Virginia Tuesday is just one part of special counsel Robert Mueller’s sprawling Russia probe — but its verdict could have an outsized impact on Mueller’s work. A conviction against Donald [...]
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U.K. Poisoning Inquiry Turns to Russian Agency in Mueller Indictments

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[unable to retrieve full-text content] The military intelligence service suspected of disrupting the 2016 presidential campaign in the U.S. may be behind the poisoning of a former Russian spy and his daughter in England. Source: NYT [...]
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Mueller reveals depth of states’ election vulnerabilities

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Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein said Friday that hackers within Russia’s GRU military intelligence service targeted state and local election boards. | David [...]
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G.R.U., Russian Spy Agency Cited by Mueller, Casts a Long Shadow

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[unable to retrieve full-text content] From the downing of a civilian airliner over Ukraine to operations in Syria to the 2016 United States election, the G.R.U. has been an arm of the Russian state. Source: NYT > World