Firing Sessions will only be a problem if Trump now tries to quash the Russia investigation

If President Donald Trump read the mixed midterm-election results as license to fire Attorney General Jeff Sessions and impede--or shut...

Congressional Showdown Over DOJ's Whitaker Heats Up

Washington Post, citing sources close to acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker, reports he has no intention of recusing himself from overseeing the special counsel probe of Russian interference in the 2016 election

The day after the midterm elections, President Trump fired Attorney General Jeff Sessions, replacing him at least temporarily with a more pliable loyalist..11/09/2018 5:11:01AM EST.

Trump’s AG switch sparks Russia probe fury

Trump threatens to use “law enforcement” because he is unhappy with Florida election results.

On Thursday night, President Donald Trump tweeted:Law Enforcement is looking into another big corruption scandal having to do with Election Fraud in #Broward and Palm Beach. Florida voted for Rick Scott!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 9, 2018 The President was referring to the still unsettled elections in Florida, where both the gubernatorial and senate race are so close that they a...

Special Counsel Robert Mueller was expected to unveil in the coming weeks new indictments, possibly against 2016 campaign consultant Roger Stone and US President Donald Trump's son Donald Jr.

With Jeff Sessions' recent resignation as Attorney General, the fate of Robert Mueller's Russia investigation is now in question. Following Sessions' resignation, Matthew Whitaker was placed in command; Whitaker has made several comments in the past…

Robert Mueller’s final report on the Russian investigation is being written right now: reports - National | Robert Mueller’s final report on the Russian investigation is being written right now: reports

Mueller's report has no timeline on completion, however.

More than 900 demonstrations held nationwide against Sessions’ firing, which prompted warnings Mueller’s Russia inquiry is under threat

Mueller's investigation of Trump is going too far

Probing the finances of the President or his family goes beyond special counsel Robert Mueller's purview, says former federal prosecutor Matthew Whittaker.