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New court filing indicates prosecutors have extensive details on Manafort actions not yet made public

WASHINGTON – Prosecutors working for special counsel Robert Mueller III have intensively scrutinized Paul Manafort’s activities after President Donald Trump’s election – including after Manafort was criminally charged – and indicated they have extensive details not yet made public about ...

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Barr vows to let special counsel investigation finish

WASHINGTON – Attorney general nominee William arr said in written testimony released Monday that he would let Special Counsel Robert Mueller finish his investigation of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign without political interference and that it was “very important” Congress and ...

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GOP senators promise Barr wouldn’t touch Mueller’s investigation if confirmed

WASHINGTON – Top Senate Republicans emerged Wednesday from meetings with attorney general nominee William Barr insisting that if confirmed, he would not hinder Robert Mueller III’s investigation of the Trump campaign’s Russia ties, despite previous statements blasting the probe for ...

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Attorney general nominee wrote memo criticizing Mueller obstruction probe

WASHINGTON – William Barr, who has been nominated to become the next attorney general, wrote a memo to Justice Department leaders earlier this year criticizing special counsel Robert Mueller for a “fatally misconceived” legal theory of how President Donald Trump ...

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Prosecutors win court fight over secret subpoena of a foreign company

WASHINGTON – A federal appeals court ruled Tuesday against a foreign company embroiled in a secret subpoena fight believed to involve special counsel Robert Mueller III’s far-reaching investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 election. For weeks, the court has ...

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Mueller’s handling of cooperating witnesses suggests Russia probe may be winding down

Special counsel Robert Mueller is setting a curious pattern as he squeezes cooperation and guilty pleas out of suspects in his investigation, one that suggests he may be nearing the end of his work. When President Donald Trump’s former lawyer ...

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Court deadlines set stage for more Russia probe details

WASHINGTON (AP) — Robert Mueller is set to reveal more details about his Russia investigation on Friday as he faces court deadlines in the cases of two men who worked closely with President Donald Trump. The special counsel and federal ...

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Losing witnesses is only a setback for Mueller

The special counsel’s loss of two possible cooperating witnesses who could describe the inner workings of the Trump campaign and possible ties to the publisher of hacked Democratic emails is a setback to the investigation, but not a fatal one, ...

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