Mueller files show Flynn under investigation earlier than thought, as brother alleges effort to ‘trap him’

Michael Flynn was already under federal investigation during the 2016 presidential transition began, according to a little-discussed paragraph in Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report — and his brother, Joe, told Fox News exclusively this week that …

Trump administration, Congress reached out to former adviser Flynn as he cooperated with Mueller, docs show

Former White House national security adviser Michael Flynn told the special counsel’s office that people connected to the Trump administration and Congress reached out and contacted him as he cooperated with the Russia investigation, and he provided a …

White House to unveil sweeping overhaul of immigration system, including merit-based admissions, officials say

The White House is set to unveil a sweeping new plan that would radically transform the makeup of immigrants in the United States, ending the visa lottery program and implementing a comprehensive merit-based admissions procedure, three senior administr…

Dispute erupts over whether Brennan, Comey pushed Steele dossier, as DOJ probe into misconduct begins

A high-level dispute over which senior government officials pushed the unverified Steele dossier amid efforts to surveil the Trump campaign has broken out into the open again, after it emerged that Attorney General William Barr appointed a U.S. attorne…

Barr assigns US attorney in Connecticut to look into government surveillance involving Trump campaign: source

Attorney General William Barr has appointed a U.S. attorney to examine the origins of the Russia investigation and determine if intelligence collection efforts targeting the Trump campaign were “lawful and appropriate,” a person familiar with the situa…

Rosenstein unloads on Comey, says he broke ‘bright lines that should never be crossed’

Rod Rosenstein unloaded on former FBI Director James Comey in remarks to the Greater Baltimore Committee (GBC) on Monday, slamming Comey’s turn as a “partisan pundit,” reiterating that he deserved to be fired, and faulting him for trampling “bright lin…

Rosenstein quotes Mueller in commencement address: ‘You may find yourself standing alone’

Just two days after formally stepping aside as Deputy Attorney General, Rod Rosenstein delivered a commencement address Monday at the University of Baltimore School of Law quoting Robert Mueller and urging graduates to stick to “principles” even when t…

Graham pushing to declassify key ‘document’ on Steele dossier, announces new asylum law package

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham exclusively told “Sunday Morning Futures” that he is working to declassify a sensitive “document” that definitively proves that authorities knew the Steele dossier — which the FBI used to justify the …

Giuliani will travel to Ukraine, saying country’s probes may be ‘very, very helpful’ for Trump

Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani said in an interview Thursday that he plans to travel to Ukraine to push the country’s leadership on several probes that may prove “very, very helpful” to President Trump, as Republicans continue looking to turn the tables …

Amy Klobuchar appears at Fox News Town Hall, warns of ‘a lot of pushback and subpoenas’ after Barr contempt vote

Amy Klobuchar is taking the stage at a Fox News Town Hall on Wednesday evening in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, seeking to distinguish herself as a relative moderate among a crowded field of progressive candidates now led by Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden.

Nadler says Barr contempt proceedings still on ‘at the moment,’ Raskin says ‘all systems go’

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler told Fox News that contempt proceedings against Attorney General Bill Barr are still set for Wednesday “at the moment,” and Rep. Jamie Raskin, D-Md., added that “all systems” were “go.”

Sanders campaign adopts workplace ‘Campaign Equity Blueprint,’ including ‘buddy system’ for staffers

Bernie Sanders’ campaign on Tuesday unveiled a new “Campaign Equity Blueprint” that calls for a “buddy system” to protect staffers, as well as a recruitment system that deliberately tries to include at least “two women or minority candidates” in final …