Mueller's Testimony Doesn't Give Either Party What It Wants
And research shows that both Democrats and Republicans likely only heard what they wanted to hear.
'Impeachment Will Help Republicans' and Other Myths
As Democrats weigh the benefits of impeachment following the release of the Mueller report, here's what history says about the arguments for or against proceeding.
Talking Barr's Redactions of the Mueller Report With the 'Yoda of Official Secrecy'
The attorney general will add four categories of redactions to the special counsel's report on Trump campaign collusion with Russia. Can each be challenged?
Barry Bonds, Martha Stewart, and Donald Trump: Obstructing What?
There's historical precedent for prosecuting obstruction of justice without proving an underlying crime.
How Might Trump's Supporters React to the Mueller Report? The Story of Nixon's Resignation Offers Clues.
To gain a historical perspective on how Trump and his closest allies might react if the Mueller report proves damning, one only needs to look as far back as 1974.