Trump challenger Bill Weld 'horrified' by Mueller report, but impeachment not on the table

(WASHINGTON) -- The only Republican currently running against President Donald Trump said Friday he was "horrified" by special counsel Robert Mueller's report, but he can't back impeachment for "political reasons."

"When we finally got to ... Read More

Mueller investigated whether Russians used chess to build a bridge to Trump

(WASHINGTON) --  Of all the topics special counsel Robert Mueller put before President Donald Trump during his sweeping 22-month investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 election, chess was perhaps the most surprising.

But bu... Read More

After Mueller report exposed Russian interference 'roadmap,' is US ready for 2020?

(WASHINGTON) --  Now that special counsel Robert Mueller’s 448-page report has revealed the purported “sweeping and systematic” effort by the Russian government to interfere in the 2016 presidential election, the U.S. governmen... Read More

What did the Mueller report reveal about Trump's overtures to the Russians?

(WASHINGTON) -- Special counsel Robert Mueller’s sprawling, 22-month long investigation culminated Thursday in the release of a meticulous examination of Russia’s efforts to sow discord in the 2016 presidential election and the Trump admi... Read More

Before he was a candidate, Pete Buttigieg was voted 'most likely' to be president

(SOUTH BEND, Ind.) --  Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg may have a leg-up on his competition in 2020.

In 2000, then a senior in high school, Buttigieg was voted "most likely to become president" at St. Joseph High Scho... Read More

Sarah Sanders defends herself against Mueller report on her past Comey claims

(NEW YORK) -- In a tense exchange on "Good Morning America," White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders attempted to defend statements she made to the press that she later told Robert Mueller's office were a "slip of the tongue."

"That... Read More

House Judiciary Committee issues subpoena for 'unredacted' Mueller report

(NEW YORK) -- The chairman of the House Judiciary Committee has issued a subpoena for the full, unredacted Mueller report, setting up a potential legal battle with the Justice Department for the special counsel's full findings and underlying material... Read More

Five key takeaways from special counsel Robert Mueller's report

(WASHINGTON) -- While there will be no legal case brought against President Donald Trump by special counsel Robert Mueller’s team, the much-anticipated redacted report made public Thursday documented, in vivid detail, actions by members of the ... Read More

Money, media and Mueller: A weekly roundup of potential 2020 field

(WASHINGTON) -- While all eyes were fixated on the release of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report Thursday, the Democratic presidential field continued to plug away, despite roundly criticizing Attorney General William Barr's morning press ... Read More

Congress steps in, once more, to fill Trump's silence on human rights in Myanmar

(WASHINGTON) -- Amid ongoing concern about human rights in Myanmar, including the violence against the Rohingya ethnic minority, Congress is again trying to step in to fill a gap left by the Trump administration.

A bipartisan pair of lawma... Read More

Chris Christie says Russia probe 'was not a hoax'

(NEW YORK) -- He may usually be in Donald Trump’s corner, but former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie isn’t joining the president in calling the Mueller’s probe investigation into Russian election meddling a hoax -- or characterizing ... Read More

Mueller report highlights: Read the top moments from the 448-page report

(WASHINGTON) -- Attorney General William Barr on Thursday morning transmitted a redacted version of special counsel Robert Mueller's highly anticipated report on Russian meddling during the 2016 presidential campaign to members of Congress, making pu... Read More

Democrats say Mueller report shows why Congress needs to hold Trump accountable

(WASHINGTON) -- Within minutes of the release of special counsel Robert Mueller's redacted report, House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler announced he would subpoena the Justice Department for a full, unredacted version even as Republicans celebrated ... Read More

Here's what we know about obstruction of justice

(WASHINGTON) -- With the public release of special counsel Robert Mueller’s highly anticipated and redacted report on Thursday, pundits and politicians were parsing its findings on the question of "obstruction of justice."

Obstructio... Read More