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The charges against celebrity lawyer Michael Avenatti are "very significant," says attorney Thomas Gorman.
Trump also accuses unidentified opponents of doing "treasonous things against our country."
Silicon Valley insiders will likely play a bigger role than ever in ensuring the security of presidential campaigns in 2020.
As Democrats digest the Mueller report's findings, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi must decide how to proceed, without letting politics get in the way.
Though Attorney General Barr says President Trump is cleared legally in the Russia investigation, the fight over the probe is far from over.
Warren's plans represent what many financially squeezed voters say they want: a clear accounting of how a president would reduce their burdens.
The Supreme Court turns back a company locked in a secretive fight against Robert Mueller just days after the special counsel concluded his probe.
Russian lawmakers welcomed the findings of an investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller, saying the report vindicates Kremlin denials of collusion with President Donald Trump's administration.
Global media are reacting to the results of one of the most explosive investigations in modern U.S. history.
Mueller specifically did not exonerate President Donald Trump, according to Trump's Attorney General William Barr.
Barr's summary of Mueller's findings comes after the end of a probe that has dogged the Trump administration for nearly two years.
The president's remarks came shortly after Attorney General William Barr revealed that he had determined the Mueller's report showed there was insufficient evidence that Trump had committed crimes.
The Attorney General said Robert Mueller did not find evidence that the Trump campaign "conspired or coordinated" with Russia, but as to whether Trump obstructed justice, it neither exonerated the president, nor concluded that he committed a crime.
Attorney General William Barr and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein on Sunday released a summary of key findings from special counsel Robert Mueller.
"Attorney General Barr and Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein further determined there was no obstruction. The findings of the Department of Justice are a total and complete exoneration of the President of the United States," Sarah Sanders says.
The president is sending U.S. Trade Rep. Lighthizer and Treasury Secretary Mnuchin to Beijing on Thursday to continue talks with China.