Mueller specifically did not exonerate President Donald Trump, according to Trump's Attorney General William Barr. » Read More
By: Mike Calia
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. » Read More
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By: Christina Wilkie
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. » Read More
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.
Special counsel Robert Mueller has concluded his investigation and will not file any more indictments in connection with his inquiry into Russian interference in the 2016 campaign.
Separating fact from conjecture can be difficult amid the noise surrounding the investigation. Here's what we know since the probe began.
Barr holds the authority to determine which parts of the document will be shared with lawmakers and the public.
The handoff marks the long-anticipated end of the high-profile and highly guarded Russia probe, nearly two years after it began.
One U.S. intelligence report assesses that the Burevestnik missile will not be combat-ready for another decade, despite Putin's claim that the "invincible" weapon has a proven capability.
Robert Khuzami, the high-ranking Manhattan federal prosecutor who led the criminal case against President Donald Trump's former personal lawyer Michael Cohen, is leaving his post next month.
Barr had suggested in a letter to leading lawmakers that he might share the conclusions from Mueller's final report as soon as this weekend.
Chief Justice John Roberts traded with liberal justices over the fate of a key plank in President Barack Obama's signature health-care legislation, according to an adaptation published on Thursday of a forthcoming Roberts biography.
Biden has recently called financiers for help competing against candidates such as Beto O'Rourke and Bernie Sanders.
Boston brewer Sam Adams is dedicating a new beer to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, named after one of the liberal judge's comments about gender and the court.
Clete Willems' departure is expected to take place as talks with China linger into April, although the people familiar with his plans cite the wear of frequent travel on his young and growing family as the main reason for his exit.
A spokesman for Pelosi tells CNBC that the speaker and Trump "briefly spoke about infrastructure" on March 14.
U.S. economic growth would be much stronger had the Fed stopped raising rates sooner, President Donald Trump said in an interview that aired Friday.