“We decided that we did not want to exercise our subpoena powers because of the necessity of expediting the end of the investigation," Mueller said.
If the Justice Department couldn't charge Trump, it shouldn't have investigated his conduct in the first place, GOP lawmakers argued.
"A rational observer may have brushed off Trump’s tweets as hyperbole, but Mr. Sayoc took them to heart," his attorneys wrote.
On the fourth anniversary of Sandra Bland's death, the feds are falling even further behind in releasing information about jail and prison deaths.
Hope Hicks' public testimony would have made compelling television. But House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler says he's playing the long game.
Where did Hicks sit in relation to the West Wing? Objection. Did she tell Mueller’s team the truth? Objection.
The House will also more forward with enforcing subpoenas against Attorney General William Barr and ex-White House counsel Don McGahn.
The latest setback in a domestic terrorism-related case shows how much tougher it is for the feds to prosecute neo-Nazis than Muslim extremists.
Rep. Jerry Nadler said that federal law makes clear that the documents they requested were “no longer covered by executive privilege, if they ever were.”
He also announced he would resign and the special counsel's office would close. He said he has no plans to testify before Congress.
Thomas Alonzo Bolin, a 22-year-old who managed a white supremacist Facebook group, was charged with lying to the FBI about his weapons.
“The FBI has taken some hits, mostly undeserved. It’s not good," said a former FBI congressional liaison of Trump's attacks on the agency during the Mueller probe.
The future attorney general described "Mueller’s core premise" about possible obstruction of justice by Trump as "untenable."
Attorney General William Barr has shared his summary of Robert Mueller’s investigation with Congress.
The GOP demanded radical transparency on the Clinton probe. Now they worry about the need to "protect the innocent."