Mueller Probe Has Cost Some $25 Million, Justice Department Says
Trump suggested he’d intervene in the case against Huawei CFO Wanzhou if he thought it would impact trade talks with Beijing.
Justice Department is set to indict alleged hackers it believes work for Chinese intelligence and attacked U.S. tech firms.
Justice Department Says Snafu Delayed Whitaker's Financial Forms
With Barr, Trump Finds Traditional DOJ Pick Who's Taken His Side
Mueller has for the first time publicly connected Donald Trump’s presidential campaign and business to the Russian government
Whitaker was paid more than $900,000 by a conservative non-profit in the 21 months before joining the Justice Department.
Whitaker Appointment by Trump Is Legal, Justice Department Says
DOJ Preparing Opinion Backing Whitaker’s AG Appointment, Source Says
Matthew Whitaker now has almost unlimited authority over the Russia investigation led by Robert Mueller.
Whitaker Dismissing Notion He’ll Starve Mueller's Probe of Money
Whitaker Doesn’t Plan to Recuse Himself From Mueller Probe, Source Says
Mueller’s new boss, Matthew Whitaker, has the power to constrain the Russia investigation or end it, just as Trump wishes.
Sessions says he resigned at the request of Donald Trump
Mueller Readies Next Steps for Trump Probe With Uncertainty at DOJ
China is the largest maker of semiconductors yet isn’t home to even one of top 10 producers of the crucial electronic components.
U.S. Increasing Espionage Enforcement Cases Against China, Official Says
Mueller Asks FBI to Probe If Women Were Offered Money to Make False Claims About Him
A dozen packages containing suspected explosive devices have been intercepted by authorities.
The filing highlights scripts written in 2017 by Russian organizers to be used in social media campaigns in the U.S.
Special Counsel Mueller expected to issue findings on core aspects of his Russia probe soon after the November midterm elections.