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US Deputy Attorney-General Rosenstein expected to leave role in weeks

US Deputy Attorney-General Rosenstein expected to leave role in weeks

Rosenstein, who appointed special counsel Robert Mueller and remains his most visible Justice Department protector, is expected to leave his position soon after William Barr is confirmed.

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Manafort shared polling data with man linked to Russian intel: filing
Paul Manafort

Manafort shared polling data with man linked to Russian intel: filing

A new court filing says ex-Trump campaign chairman shared polling data on 2016 presidential race with a man accused of having ties to Russian intelligence.

The case for the impeachment of Donald J. Trump
Opinion
Donald Trump

The case for the impeachment of Donald J. Trump

American presidents pledge one core promise: to 'preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States'. Trump's violated it since Day 1.

  • by David Leonhardt
Judge grants Mueller Russia probe grand jury another six months
Donald Trump

Judge grants Mueller Russia probe grand jury another six months

The extension underscores that Mueller's team continues to pursue leads about Russia's covert effort to influence the results of the 2016 US election.

  • by Sharon LaFraniere
How Russia's school children are recruited as Putin's covert muscle
World Politics

How Russia's school children are recruited as Putin's covert muscle

Seventeen-year-old school girl Nina Loguntsova is part of an expanding military-education program at Moscow's public schools.

  • by Anton Troianovski & Ellen Nakashima
Marine Le Pen's brush with Russia's shadowy finance world
Russia probe

Marine Le Pen's brush with Russia's shadowy finance world

French politician Marine Le Pen's far-right party borrowed big from an obscure Russian bank. Then things got messy.

  • by Paul Sonne
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Dutch mull taking Russia to The Hague over MH17
Russia probe

Dutch mull taking Russia to The Hague over MH17

The Netherlands is considering referring Russia to an international court after reaching an impasse with the Kremlin over responsibility for shooting the Malaysian Airlines flight down.

  • by Michael Schwirtz
Donald Trump's Attorney General ignores Russia recusal advice
Donald Trump

Donald Trump's Attorney General ignores Russia recusal advice

Acting US Attorney General Matthew Whitaker will not recuse himself from overseeing the probe into Russia's alleged interference in the 2016 election.

  • by Mark Hosenball
Roger Stone transcript to be released to Mueller

Roger Stone transcript to be released to Mueller

The House intelligence committee voted to release a transcript of Roger Stone's interview with it last year after Robert Mueller requested it.

  • by Chad Day
Judge gives Michael Flynn, and Trump a lecture on the law
Robert Mueller

Judge gives Michael Flynn, and Trump a lecture on the law

For a full eight minutes, US District Judge Emmet Sullivan read aloud an inventory of Michael Flynn's lies.

  • by Carol D. Leonnig & Rosalind S. Helderman
White House hits back at Comey after he criticises GOP
James Comey

White House hits back at Comey after he criticises GOP

The White House has fired back at former FBI Director James Comey, a day after Comey lamented the GOP was not standing up to Trump's attacks on US government.

  • by John Wagner