Skadden Law Firm to Pay $4.6 Million to U.S. Over Manafort Work
N.Y. Regulator Vullo to Depart After Term Focused on Trump
Flynn Sentencing Delayed After Judge Flags ‘Very Serious’ Crime
Butina’s Help Shows U.S. How Russia Wormed Into GOP Politics
Butina Admits Conspiring as Kremlin Agent Targeting GOP, NRA
Fresh details emerged about how Trump loyalists conspired to keep voters from learning about the candidate’s alleged affairs.
Russia's Butina Tells Judge She Wants to Change ‘Not Guilty’ Plea
Mueller Lays Out Probe Road Map: Takeaways From Latest Filings
Probation Office recommends three years for Dec. 12 sentencing.
Cohen’s Crimes Were ‘Serious,’ Say Feds Seeking 42 Months’ Jail
Maria Butina Gets Public Defender, Suggesting Money Trouble
The monitor, Exiger, was enlisted by the Justice Department to oversee HSBC’s compliance efforts in 2013.
1MDB's Jho Low Allegedly Funneled Money to Influence DOJ Probe
Whitaker Appears to Have Misled FTC Over Actions at Miami Firm
Cohen’s Plea Suggests Russians Held ‘Kompromat’ on Trump
Trump’s Ex-Lawyer Cohen Reaches Guilty Plea on Lying to Congress
Trump’s ex-campaign manager Paul Manafort faces longer prison sentence
Societe Generale acknowledged violations of U.S. sanctions laws against Cuba, Iran and Sudan from 2003 and extending to 2013.
Mueller’s investigation had been supervised by Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein after his boss, Sessions, recused himself.
White House Still Plans to Revoke Press Pass of CNN’s Jim Acosta
SocGen Settles Sanctions Case With U.S., Will Pay $1.3 Billion