Stormy Daniels reaches settlements with Cohen, former attorney

Stormy Daniels has reached a settlement with Michael Cohen and Keith Davidson, her former attorney, in her lawsuit that accused both men of working together to protect President Donald Trump.

Mueller investigated rumored compromising tapes of Trump in Moscow

Special counsel Robert Mueller examined whether President Donald Trump learned during the 2016 presidential campaign of the rumored existence of compromising tapes made of him years earlier when he visited Moscow, according to a redacted version of Mueller's report.

Schiff rejects Cohen bid for help delaying prison term

House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff is signaling he has no intention of helping Michael Cohen's quest to delay his upcoming three-year prison sentence after attorneys for President Donald Trump's former fixer informed lawmakers he had just gained access to troves of new records and could provide even more information to investigators.

Trump alleges Cohen asked him 'directly' for a pardon

President Donald Trump claimed Friday that his former lawyer Michael Cohen "directly asked" him for a pardon and lied under oath when testifying before Congress last week.

Trump Org. employees could now face questions from Congress

As Michael Cohen shed new light on the inner workings of President Donald Trump's family business Wednesday, he rattled off a list of Trump Organization officials who are now likely to face congressional scrutiny of their own.

Lawmakers clash after GOP rep. accused of using black woman as ‘prop'

A heated clash derailed an already blockbuster congressional hearing on Wednesday after Democratic Rep. Rashida Tlaib appeared to accuse Republican Rep. Mark Meadows of what she called a "racist" act of using a black woman as a "prop" as a way to disprove allegations of racism against the President.

Cohen's testimony escalates Trump's legal troubles in New York

Michael Cohen, the one-time personal attorney and fixer to President Donald Trump, on Wednesday presented an extensive set of his former boss's possible criminal liabilities that Cohen described as under investigation by federal prosecutors in New York.

6 takeaways from the Michael Cohen hearing

Michael Cohen's testimony Wednesday represented the biggest moment to date for House Democrats and their sweeping investigation into every aspect of President Donald Trump's life.

Cohen denies visiting Prague in 2016 to collude with Russians

President Donald Trump's former personal lawyer and fixer Michael Cohen said under oath Wednesday that he had never traveled to Prague to collude with Russian officials in 2016, denying a key claim of the infamous "dossier" that alleged a conspiracy between Trump and the Kremlin.

Cohen says 'changes' were made to his planned 2017 testimony

Michael Cohen told lawmakers Wednesday that President Donald Trump suggested during a 2017 White House meeting that he hide from Congress how plans to build a Trump Tower in Moscow continued through much of the 2016 campaign.

ABC News Special Report: Coverage of Michael Cohen's testimony before Congress

The former personal lawyer for President Trump, Michael Cohen, testifies in an open hearing on Wednesday before the House Oversight and Reform Committee.There are three days of testimony ahead for the president's long-time fixer.On Tuesday, Cohen testified behind closed doors…

Justice Dept. official: Mueller report not expected next week

Special counsel Robert Mueller is not expected to deliver his report on the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election next week, a Justice Department official briefed on the plans told CNN.

NYT: Trump asked Whitaker if he could put prosecutor on Cohen probe

President Donald Trump asked then-acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker if a US attorney he appointed could oversee an investigation tied to himself after the US attorney in question had already recused himself from the probe, The New York Times reported Tuesday.

New York tax investigators to meet with Cohen's attorney

New York state tax department investigators are scheduled to meet Tuesday with an attorney for President Donald Trump's former personal lawyer Michael Cohen, as part of a state probe regarding Cohen and the Trump Organization that comes as federal prosecutors have asked state and local prosecutors' offices to avoid taking steps that could interfere with their federal case, according to sources familiar with the matter.

Ex-Trump campaign aide: We're closer to impeachment

A former adviser to the Trump campaign issued a grim warning Wednesday night to President Donald Trump and his supporters: The President could be months away from facing impeachment because of his former lawyer Michael Cohen.

Sarah Sanders on Michael Cohen case: Trump 'did nothing wrong'

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders maintained Wednesday that President Donald Trump "did nothing wrong" relating to the hush money payments made to women who claimed affairs with him during the 2016 campaign.

Sen. Richard Blumenthal: 'We are in a Watergate moment'

Sen. Richard Blumenthal, a Connecticut Democrat who serves on the Senate Judiciary and Armed Services committees, said Tuesday that the country is in a "Watergate moment" and "we need bipartisanship now more than ever to protect the special counsel."

Lawmakers left reeling as Capitol Hill digests Manafort, Cohen cases

Two courtroom decisions within minutes of each other, each with eight convictions, against President Donald Trump's former personal lawyer and campaign chairman engulfed Capitol Hill on Tuesday, where Republicans downplayed the connection of both cases to the White House while Democrats seized on the President's potential role and raised the prospect that he could have broken the law, too.

Feds scrutinizing Michael Cohen's former accountant and bank loans

Federal prosecutors investigating President Donald Trump's former personal attorney Michael Cohen have subpoenaed his former accountant and are examining whether financial institutions improperly granted loans to Cohen, according to sources familiar with the matter.