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.
University of Chicago law professor Eric Posner argues we still don't know precisely what's driving Trump's actions.
The research suggests that political polarization, while very real, hasn't convinced Americans to distrust the rule of law.
The hackers used spearfishing messages and installed malicious software to spy on users and steal data.
Sixty-one percent of Americans expressed confidence in Special Counsel Robert Mueller's ability to conduct a fair investigation into Russia's involvement in the 2016 presidential election.
Flynn is willing to testify that Trump directed him to make contact with the Russians.
The move suggests that Mueller may subpoena witnesses or documents and perhaps pursue indictments.
The Department of Justice tapped Robert Mueller to look into the alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian officials.