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As lawmakers return to Capitol Hill, the pressure is on AG William Barr to release the special counsel's entire report
While we don't know what the special counsel will say in the report, there are regulations that provide a road map for what should happen next
These are the candidates who have announced an exploratory committee or are all-in for the presidency in 2020, aiming to deny Trump a second term
As the campaign heats up, voters in early primary states are trying to figure out the best way to beat Trump
Cohen's attorney said that the search was conducted on Cohen's home, office, hotel and safety deposit box
Secretary of state was asked if the president could be a present-day Queen Esther, a figure in Hebrew and Christian biblical stories. "As a Christian I certainly believe that's possible," he replied.
Whatever Rudy Giuliani might say on Trump's behalf, it's still a question that divides legal scholars
The answer seems to be those connected to celebrities, and conservative causes
Ahead of Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao's first congressional testimony since the Ethiopian Airlines crash, the department announced a new committee that will review the FAA's certification of the Boeing 737 Max
The criminal complaint says Avenatti told attorneys for Nike he would "go take $10 billion off your client's market cap ... I'm not f---ing around"
The president signed a proclamation recognizing Israel as sovereign over the Golan Heights as Israel announced it is retaliating in the Gaza Strip with strikes
"I think that Democrats would be well to push for the full release of the report," urged former Clinton campaign chair John Podesta
"Let's get on with the people's business," Sekulow told "CBS This Morning"
Senator says full report investigating foreign power's attacks on U.S. elections must be released to prevent similar attacks in next election
From early embrace to a mournful acceptance of reality -- tinged with hope -- the Kremlin mouthpiece has offered a shifting portrayal of President Trump
While governor pushes for passage and the expungement of marijuana-related criminal records, critics push back, and dozens of towns pre-emptively ban weed
Kremlin yet to respond, but one senior lawmaker says end of investigation, "unties President Trump's hands to re-set relations with Russia"
"Attorney General Bar, who auditioned for his role with a memo saying that it was almost impossible for any president to commit obstruction, made a decision in under 48 hours," the New York Democrat told reporters
The White House called the attorney general's summary of the special counsel's report a "total and complete exoneration" of the president
"This was an illegal takedown that failed and, hopefully, somebody's going to be looking at the other side," Mr. Trump said
The president declared "complete and total exoneration" after Attorney General William Barr released his summary of special counsel Robert Mueller's findings
Attorney General William Barr summarized Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation in a letter to lawmakers Sunday
"Let's take the first step in terms of the full disclosure of the report and the underlying documentation," Jeffries said on "Face the Nation" Sunday
"They got Bob Mueller, the guy who everyone said is right next to Jesus, can almost walk on water. They got the guy they wanted," the Ohio Republican said
The California Democrat said Attorney General William Barr should make the findings of special counsel's long-awaited report public
The Atlantic writer says courtroom drama-style revelations are not how reality usually works – nor is hiding information in a democracy
Now that the special counsel's probe has ended, congressional and state investigations into the president's administration and business are expected to ramp up
Russian interference in our elections has already been proven; Now, what do we do with the special counsel's investigative findings?
President has not sent any tweets since special counsel Robert Mueller submitted his report
The special counsel has submitted his findings into potential ties between the Kremlin and Trump campaign
"Face the Nation" moderator Margaret Brennan has an early look at the 2020 candidates, and where they stand, on these issues.
The special counsel has submitted his findings into potential ties between the Kremlin and Trump campaign associates