The Mueller Report—the Best True Crime Tale Going—Is Now Available as a Podcast

Nearly two months after special counsel Robert Mueller made public his report on Russian interference in the 2016 election, the 448-page document continues to be a focus of political conversation in the U.S. And yet many working Americans have struggled to find time to read through its extensive findings. According to a CNN poll released […]

Who Is Don McGahn? Former White House Counsel Is Embroiled in Trump Investigation

Former White House Counsel Don McGahn has been embroiled in congressional conflict over Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report almost as much as Attorney General William Barr, but Barr’s prominent position often overshadows the important role McGahn could play in the ongoing investigation into alleged obstruction of justice. McGahn, who resigned from his position in October, […]

John Dean to Compare Mueller Findings to Watergate in Testimony

Former White House Counsel and Watergate star witness John Dean will be one of several attorneys and legal experts to provide testimony in a June 10 House hearing on the Mueller report. Dean reportedly plans to provide the House Judiciary Committee with “some context,” drawing comparisons between the investigation of the Nixon administration and that […]

What Is Contempt of Congress? Your Questions Answered

Attorney General William Barr’s decision to refuse to appear before the House Judiciary Committee Thursday has sparked a new round of political ire and threats. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, in a press conference Thursday, accused Barr of lying to Congress, saying “the attorney general of the United States of America was not telling the truth […]

‘Chicken Barr’: Congressman Mocks Barr’s House Snub By Eating KFC at Judiciary Hearing

Attorney General William Barr’s refusal to appear before the House Judiciary Committee Thursday is giving critics plenty of ammunition, but few are taking advantage of the opportunity like Rep. Steve Cohen. The Tennessee Democrat held a press conference this morning before the Committee met, calling the attorney general “Chicken Barr” while holding a ceramic hen. […]

What Would Impeachment Look Like in Trump’s America?

A redacted version of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report has been released, but its contents have refueled a longstanding debate over whether or not the House should begin impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump. Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.) introduced a resolution co-signed by Rep. Al Green (D-Texas) in late March proposing an inquiry into whether […]

Rosenstein Jabs Obama Administration and Defends Role in Mueller Probe

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein has spoken publicly for the first time since the release of the Mueller report, defending his role in the investigation and slamming “critical decisions” that had been made before he was confirmed. Specifically calling out the Obama administration, Rosenstein said at an Armenian Bar Association dinner Thursday that they “chose […]

The Mueller Report Is Topping Amazon Sales Charts

Special Counsel Robert Mueller is now, officially, a best selling author. The highly-anticipated report on Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election currently sits atop the sales charts at Amazon.com–and holds the number two and #11 spots as well. The Mueller report is currently the second, sixth and ninth best selling book at Barnes & […]

The Mueller Report Is Out. Read It Here

Robert Mueller has been the talk of Washington, D.C.–and the country–for nearly two years. Now it’s his turn to speak. The redacted version of the special prosecutor’s report has finally been released, letting Donald Trump’s supporters and detractors read for themselves Mueller’s findings, analysis, and reasons for his conclusions on whether the president conspired with […]