Fresh details emerged about how Trump loyalists conspired to keep voters from learning about the candidate’s alleged affairs.
Prosecutors’ reference to unidentified campaign staff suggests that Trump associates in legal trouble is still expanding.
Flynn’s Leniency Bid Pairs Contrition With Criticism of FBI
Manafort’s Suspected Lies May Be Spooled Out in Court Filings
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Probation Office recommends three years for Dec. 12 sentencing.
Mueller says Manafort also lied about associate tied to Russia.
Robert Mueller never talks publicly, but his legal filings tell an increasingly detailed story about Trump, Russia and lies.
Bank accounts were established in locales with strict bank secrecy laws to keep records beyond the reach of U.S. authorities.
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Manafort Sentencing in D.C Is Tentatively Set for March 5
Whitaker Appears to Have Misled FTC Over Actions at Miami Firm
Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani said Trump would not be pardoning anyone now, but reserves his power to do so.
Venezuela’s Ex-Treasurer Gets 10 Years for $1 Billion Bribe Plot
President Trump said Mueller is behaving viciously, a day after special counsel accused Trump’s former campaign chairman of lying.
Trump’s ex-campaign manager Paul Manafort faces longer prison sentence
Assange Case, If It Exists, Can't Be Made Public, U.S. Argues
Venezuela’s Ex-Treasurer Will Give Up Houses, Horses and Watches
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Whitaker Goes From Humdrum Iowa Cases to Trump Attorney General