Robert Mueller's comments didn't only make a liar out of attorney general William Barr, but they provided Congress a clear roadmap.
Robert Mueller announced that he is stepping down as special counsel while destroying Trump's claims of no collusion and no obstruction.
The DOJ did not give the chairs of House Democratic committees a head's up that Robert Mueller would be making a statement.
Author Michael Wolff writes in his new book that the Mueller team drew up an obstruction of justice indictment against Trump but shelved it.
Three out of four chairmen and ranking Republicans wouldn't even respond when asked how they reviewed the report.
Republican Rep. Justin Amash of Michigan said a few other Republicans have privately expressed sympathy to his view that President Trump should be impeached.
In a footnote to one section of his report about a Russian operation that trolled American internet users during the 2016 campaign, Mueller said his team was "aware of reports that other Russian entities engaged in similar active measures operations targeting the United States."
Robert Mueller seems to have succumbed to his party's attacks on truth, which is truly unfortunate for this nation and a black mark on the Republican's resume.
Mueller's team has expressed reticence to him testifying publicly because they do not want him to appear "political."
Rachel Maddow only had one question following the explosive news that people connected to the White House and Congress tried to obstruct the Russia probe.
Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday began a marathon reading of the redacted version of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's 448-page assessment of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.
By a margin of 56%-19%, a new poll shows that voters across the political spectrum want special counsel Robert Mueller to testify.
Democrats are in talks with Robert Mueller to get him to testify before the House Judiciary Committee within the next two weeks.
Rep. Will Hurd (R-TX) broke ranks with the rest of his party and called on special counsel Robert Mueller to testify before the House.
House Judiciary committee chairman Jerry Nadler shot down Trump's claim of executive privilege to hide the Mueller report.
House Judiciary Committee chairman Rep. Jerry Nadler rejected AG Barr's water down offer made to avoid a contempt vote.
With a contempt vote looming, Attorney General William Barr made an offer to House Judiciary Democrats to provide slightly more access to the Mueller report.
Republicans are cheerleaders for the Donald Trump Cult, not actual members of Congress who are upholding their sworn duty to this country.
As Democrats prepare a contempt citation for AG Barr, rpepare for some high pitched Republican histrionics as they attempt to shield this president from Congress knowing the extent of his contacts with Russia. In contrast, there's that time Republican Senator Charles Grassley (R-IA), who is on the Committee on the Judiciary, cited an Attorney General for contempt, without proper authorization, over Navy shipyard contracts.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller is tentatively scheduled to testify before the House Judiciary Committee on May 15.
President Trump failed to bring up Russian President Vladimir Putin's meddling in our elections when they spoke for an hour today, and also failed to tell Putin not to meddle in the upcoming election.