Trump has long wanted to prove Democrats sought to use the probe to oust him.
- by Steve Holland
A judge concluded Manafort lied to investigators about his dealings with Konstantin Kilimnik, an aide believed by the FBI to have ties to Russian intelligence.
Unrestrained by the desire to win re-election, it’s common for presidents to issue a high number of pardons and commutations on their way out.
- by Matthew Knott
President Donald Trump pardoned former national security adviser Michael Flynn on Wednesday, the second pardon connected to the Russia probe.
- by Eric Tucker
Russian plans intended to help President Donald Trump could potentially exacerbate disputes around the results, especially if the race is too close to call.
- by Julian E. Barnes, Nicole Perlroth and David E. Sanger
Navalny and his supporters are putting on a big theatre play, a Russian scientist, Leonid Rink, who helped develop Novichok, said in an interview on Russian state television.
- by Andrew E. Kramer
Law enforcement officials never fully investigated Trump's own relationship with Russia, even though some FBI counterintelligence investigators were alarmed.
- by Michael S. Schmidt
WikiLeaks also played a key role in Russia's effort to assist Donald Trump against Hillary Clinton and likely knew it was helping Russian intelligence, the report concluded.
- by Mark Hosenball
Federal prosecutors asked to investigate ex-Trump confidant Steve Bannon for potentially lying during the Trump-Russia probe in election interference.
- by Del Quentin Wilber, Chris Megerian, Sarah D. Wire and Jennifer Haberkorn
The lawyer was charged with falsifying a document as part of a deal with prosecutors conducting their own criminal inquiry of the Russia investigation, according to his lawyer.
- by Adam Goldman