Barr’s letter contains good news for the president, but it also raises ominous questions that only Mueller’s report can answer.
The completion of the Mueller investigation is no small democratic accomplishment and was not a foregone conclusion in an environment in which the president has repeatedly sought to smear and frustrate the investigation.
Before today, we asked what Mueller was going to do. Today, we ask a subtly different question: What is it that he has written?
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Using the actual words Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller III has written, we created a short audio of the story of the Russia conspiracy—and you’ll never guess who we got to read it.
For the past year, Matthew Waxman has been writing a series of vignettes on Lawfare about interesting—and usually overlooked—historical episodes of American constitutional war powers in action, and relating them to modern debates. These include the stories of St.
Despite the spectacle, Cohen’s testimony revealed a lot.