"The Russians understand. you have to play both sides of the coin. If you own both sides of the coin, you can do anything," Malcolm Nance said.
The Mueller Files
Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein announced the indictments against 13 Russians and related entities for meddling in the 2016 election.
Ken Dilanian and Jill Wine-Banks explain the indictments - who, what, where and when
Robert Mueller's indictment alleges that these Russians coordinated with unwitting Americans, too.
Reports are that he indeed may be flipping
Yeah, and I bet they weren't talking sports and weather
The sickening assumption is that Republicans in the House have no qualms about leaking classified intel to Donald Trump when it comes to the Russia investigation.
Persons of interest to Mueller in his investigation will unhappily discover they can't protect their planning to obstruct justice by discussing it with their lawyers.
No, the White House cannot just ignore a law.