The Manafort trial: Guilty on eight counts
Facebook takes down 652 pages, after finding disinformation campaigns run from Russia and Iran
Facebook has taken down 652 pages, accounts and groups it says were part of a coordinated disinformation campaign. Some of the pages originated in Iran and Russia.
Michael Cohen pleads guilty to 8 counts
Manafort judge declares mistrial on remaining 10 counts
The jury in the trial of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort will begin its fourth day of deliberations Tuesday as the guessing game of when it will return with a verdict continues.
GOP lawmakers try to distance Trump from Manafort and Cohen as Democrats pounce
Lawmakers were watching the developments closely Tuesday afternoon as two of President Donald Trump's former allies were ensnared in the courts on eight charges apiece.
The Point: Donald Trump doesn't appear to have any idea what a 'perjury trap' is
In an interview with Reuters on Monday, President Donald Trump tried to explain why he is wary of sitting down with special counsel Robert Mueller to answer questions about Russia's interference in the 2016 election and the possibility of collusion between his campaign and the Russians.
Michael Avenatti on Cohen plea: 'Trump's fingerprints are all over the crime scene'
Michael Avenatti, the attorney for adult film star Stormy Daniels against President Donald Trump, said Tuesday that it is "clear as day" that Trump's fingerprints are "all over the crime scene" in connection with Michael Cohen's violation of campaign finance laws.
A Birkin bag and attempts to bury negative stories: The case against Michael Cohen
As part of a tax evasion scheme, Michael Cohen failed to tell the Internal Revenue Service about a $30,000 profit from the sale of a French luxury handbag.
Sen. Richard Blumenthal: 'We are in a Watergate moment'
Sen. Richard Blumenthal, a Connecticut Democrat who serves on the Senate Judiciary and Armed Services committees, said Tuesday that the country is in a "Watergate moment" and "we need bipartisanship now more than ever to protect the special counsel."
The original 'Trump caucus' in Congress has not fared well at all
Back before he controlled the GOP, before his endorsement seemed capable of swinging a primary, before he was President of the United States and before he'd won most Republican primaries in 2016, Donald Trump had very few friends in Congress.
Who was on Paul Manafort's jury of his peers?
Paul Manafort's jurors include teachers, contractors, engineers, an accountant, and one person who works for the Supreme Court, according to a list provided by the US District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia.
Takeaways from the Paul Manafort guilty verdicts
Paul Manafort being convicted of eight crimes in a federal court Tuesday isn't the end of his legal ordeal.
Rep. Duncan Hunter and his wife indicted in use of campaign funds for personal expenses
Rep. Duncan Hunter and wife, Margaret, were indicted Tuesday on charges related to the misuse of $250,000 worth of campaign funds for personal expenses and the filing of false campaign finance records.
Trump planning 40 days of midterm campaign travel, White House says
President Donald Trump is planning to spend at least 40 days on the road campaigning for Republicans before the midterm elections in November, the President's top White House political advisers said on Tuesday.
Washington Post: White nationalist attended top WH adviser birthday party last weekend
President Donald Trump's chief economic adviser hosted white nationalist Peter Brimelow at his home last weekend, The Washington Post reported Tuesday.
Trump decries Manafort verdict, says Mueller investigation a 'disgrace'
President Donald Trump on Tuesday praised Paul Manafort as a "good man" and attacked special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation as "witch hunt" and a "disgrace."
Michael Cohen pleads guilty, implicates Trump
Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump's former personal attorney, is in talks to plead guilty to criminal charges in a deal that would bring an end to a months-long investigation that has riled the President, according to sources familiar with the matter.
READ: The charges against Paul Manafort
President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort was found guilty on eight counts of financial crimes. Jurors were unable to reach a verdict on 10 charges, and Judge T.S. Ellis declared a mistrial on those counts. Click here for the indictment.
The Point: The worst hour of Donald Trump's presidency just happened
Two massive clouds that have been hanging over Donald Trump's presidency for months broke open almost simultaneously on Tuesday afternoon -- and poured rain all over the President.
READ: Indictment of Rep. Duncan Hunter and wife
Rep. Duncan Hunter and his wife, Margaret, were indicted Tuesday on charges related to the misuse of $250,000 worth of campaign funds for personal expenses and the filing of false campaign finance records.
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