Paul Manafort

Will America recover from Donald Trump and the Reign of Lies?

Allen Abel: As the president’s hallucinatory world heaves and crumbles, Americans ponder what kind of country they wish to live in—and what kind of people they want to be

An image of President-elect Donald Trump appears on a television screen on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Nov. 9, 2016

Trump says markets will crash if he’s impeached. Don’t count on it.

Neither history nor recent market reactions fully support the president’s claims

Cohen pleads guilty; Manafort convicted. And Trump goes on.

Scott Gilmore: Either of these events would have destroyed a presidency. But when it comes to America’s president, there is no tipping point.

Making sense of the Trump Tower meeting

As President Trump approaches one year in office, we take a closer look at a pivotal Trump Tower meeting at the heart of the ongoing Russia investigation—a persistent mess for the president’s administration.

From here on in, it only gets harder for Donald Trump

Allen Abel reports from the courthouse where the long arm of U.S. law finally touched the president’s campaign team

White House brushes off Paul Manafort’s indictment, George Papadopoulos’ guilty plea

“It doesn’t have anything to do with us.” White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders gave a briefing following the news that the first round of indictments had been made in the Russia probe.

Collusion vs. Conspiracy: Defining the Russia probe terms

We break down the legal terms you need to know to keep up with the Trump-Russia saga.

The George Papadopoulos plea deal is now Trump’s big problem

Scott Gilmore on the reasons why details from the Trump campaign’s foreign policy advisor are staggering and scandalous