Plus: Snowflakes in House Freedom Caucus continue to melt down over Amash comments, Michael Avenatti charged for stealing from Stormy Daniels, and more...
The libertarian legal analyst says Trump, like his White House predecessors, has abused executive power in all sorts of ways.
The Fox News legal analyst says the president is abusing executive power.
Plus: The student censors come for Camille Paglia.
Reason editors discuss Russia, Biden, Moulton (?), and that television show with the dragons.
Forget about Donald Trump and the Mueller report and think about all the little (and not-so-little) people who get crushed by the feds.
Was the president saved by the swamp he campaigned against?
More thorough coverage to come later.
In a press conference shortly before Mueller's report was released to the public
The battle over the Mueller report will pit national security, executive privilege, and privacy against the public interest in the Russia investigation.
Politicizing transparency is not a way to help Americans understand Russia investigation.
Plus: Chick-fil-A banned from San Antonio airport, the Libertarian Party picks a convention slogan, and Robert Kraft apologizes.
Fifteen legal scholars weigh in, including the VC's own Keith Whittington, and myself.
As for obstruction evidence, he punts the matter to Congress.
How much will we see of the special counsel's report? And when?
At this point, making assumptions would be stupid.
"I can only warn you that the people who follow Trump as I did, blindly, are going to suffer the same consequences that I did."
"I was very concerned that I was able to put the Russia case on absolutely solid ground," the former FBI deputy director says.
The Trump adviser's legal problem is not what he did but what he said about what he did.
BuzzFeed report says president personally told Michael Cohen to lie to Congress about Trump Tower Moscow project.
Meanwhile, meet a psychologically scarred man who disfigured himself while serving 22 years in solitary in Illinois.
Senate Russia investigation leads to new rounds of innumerate analysis and bad-faith dot-connecting.
Plus: Trump inauguration spending also under scrutiny, feds want fentanyl cases out of state court, and Twitter's stock is surging.
Cohen blames Trump for sending him down a "path of darkness"
Manafort, meanwhile, tried to conceal that he was still talking to Trump administration officials after he was indicted.
Snitches get a slap on the wrist sometimes.
Negotiations to build a Trump Tower in Moscow continued during the primaries, he now says.
But WikiLeaks and Manafort have pushed back on the report.
Solicitor General Noel Francisco could be the one to oversee the Russia probe.
"I don't have an attorney general," Trump says.
What does he know? And more importantly, who is the information about?
George Papadopoulos Gets 14-Day Sentence over Lies to FBI About Russian Contacts During Trump's Campaign
The former adviser pleaded guilty last year.
The woman who leaked a report showing Russian attempts to infiltrate voting systems gets the longest sentence ever imposed for her offense.
Matt Welch interviews Brown (and others, including ex-Reasoner Lauren Krisai) from 9-12 ET.
Former Trump campaign chairman likely heading to prison.
What even is truth? Rudy Giuliani doesn't seem to have any idea.
Brennan was awful and defended the indefensible, but Trump is clearly trying to silence critics.
When Americans do it, it's called participating in democracy. When Russians do it, it's called undermining democracy.
This will have potentially serious consequences for those investigating election meddling.
Heavily redacted report shows the FBI believed former Trump aide was helping the Russians.
Trump Claims He Misspoke During Putin Presser, Meant to Say Russia Was Involved in Election Interference
"The sentence should've been: 'I don't see any reason why it wouldn't be Russia.'"