The memo, written last fall by an Internal Revenue Service attorney, contradicts the Trump administration’s justification for denying the president’s tax returns to lawmakers.
The federal ruling handed an initial defeat to President Trump's vow to defy subpoenas by House Democrats and came in one of the first courtroom challenges to lawmakers' investigative demands.
There were still surprises — from Mueller's underargued case for publishing an obstruction report at all to the sharp contradiction between Barr's public statements and what Mueller's team actually found.
What the special counsel's 448-page report reveals — and conceals.
The site, co-founded by Fox News host Tucker Carlson, has promoted misinformation and is known for pro-Trump content.
Among the immediate questions once the report is public will be how faithfully Attorney General William P. Barr reflected its conclusions in a March 24 letter to Congress.
The partisan tilt of Fox News is not exactly news, but this supercut from NowThis really puts into perspective the network's respective treatment of President Obama and President Trump.
On "Colbert" last night, Youssef recounted his childhood experiences with his dad who was a manager at the Trump-owned Plaza Hotel.
The question becomes more complicated when we start to consider what constitutes first amendment rights on the internet.
Do these connections implicate the head honcho himself?
All right, who wants to explain to the president what a funeral is?
How Mueller's probe compares with the work of other special counsels.
At a meeting of the American Workforce Advisory Board (on which Apple CEO Tim Cook serves), Trump called Cook "Tim Apple." Uh... does Trump think all CEOs share a name with their businesses?
Former top national security officials detail a climate of fear, incompetence and hostility to facts in a White House that wasn't ready to run the world.
Professor David Smith, who literally wrote the book on lying, explains how to separate fact from fiction.
From the '80s onwards, the borderlands were rife with paramilitary cruelty and racism. But the president's rhetoric has thrown fuel on the fire.
President Trump ordered his chief of staff to grant his son-in-law and senior adviser a top-secret security clearance last year, overruling concerns flagged by intelligence officials and the White House's top lawyer.
"It's so ironic. Trump finally went to Vietnam and he's getting killed back home."
"It was about the sanctions," Mr. Trump said. "Basically they wanted the sanctions lifted in their entirety, but we couldn't do that."
Here are the highlights from Michael Cohen's testimony before the House Committee on Oversight and Reform, which lasted most of the day.
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