Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort told Fox News host Sean Hannity that he would never give up information on President Donald Trump or senior White House adviser Jared Kushner, Trump's son-in-law, according to newly unsealed texts between the two men in 2017 and 2018.
Former Trump campaign chief Paul Manafort has been formally disbarred in Washington, the capital's court of appeals announced Thursday.
Greg Craig, the top lawyer in President Barack Obama's White House, pleaded not guilty Friday afternoon and was released on personal recognizance, following his indictment for allegedly making false statements to US authorities about his work for Ukraine alongside Paul Manafort.
Lobbyist Sam Patten provided "substantial assistance" to special counsel Robert Mueller and several other ongoing investigations, federal prosecutors said Monday, paving the way for him to potentially avoid jail time at his sentencing this week.
A California man who loaned Paul Manafort $1 million in 2017 just before the former Trump campaign chairman was indicted is so concerned about the political fallout that he's asked a court to keep his name secret in a case about Manafort's money.
Robert Mueller's prosecutors dropped yet another head-scratching signal in their latest court filing Tuesday that the special counsel investigation may be wrapping up -- or maybe it's not.
On Wednesday, Paul Manafort is up for sentencing round two.
Congressional Democrats blasted Paul Manafort's prison sentence on Thursday, alleging that the 47 months of jail time he received failed to address the former Trump campaign chairman's slew of financial and legal crimes.
Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, in the last days before he learns how long he'll spend in prison, is facing an uphill battle for leniency from judges in two federal courts.
Trump Tower's condo board has made a deal with special counsel Robert Mueller's office over who will pay Paul Manafort's condo fees.
Paul Manafort's legal defense team, in one of its last opportunities to hit back at prosecutors, taunted special counsel Robert Mueller for not bringing a case that tied the former Trump campaign chairman to Russian government interference in the 2016 election.
There are your routine sentencing memos and then there are the no-holds-barred sentencing memos. The one filed by special counsel Robert Mueller's office for Paul Manafort in Washington on Friday is the latter. In it, prosecutors beseech the judge to ignore the sob story, forget about leniency and drop the hammer on a defendant whose conduct has been stunningly egregious.
A federal judge revealed more about her reasoning in finding Paul Manafort had lied about his contacts with his Russian associate and that Konstantin Kilimnik was pertinent to special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation for multiple reasons, according to a newly released redacted transcript Friday of a sealed court hearing earlier this week.
Paul Manafort has worn many hats: an international political operative, President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman, Trump confidant Roger Stone's business partner and now government witness.
Federal prosecutors in New York are weighing criminal charges against former Obama White House counsel Greg Craig as part of an investigation into whether he failed to register as a foreign agent in a probe that is linked to former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, according to sources familiar with the matter.
Paul Manafort, the former Trump campaign chairman embattled by criminal indictments, may no longer fight the charges related to his Ukrainian lobbying operation.
Washington lobbyist W. Samuel Patten pleaded guilty Friday to acting as an unregistered foreign lobbyist, and admitted to lying to the Senate Intelligence Committee and funneling a Ukrainian oligarch's money to Donald Trump's Presidential Inaugural Committee.
The 12 jurors who found Paul Manafort guilty of eight crimes had little knowledge of the case before the trial began. But several of the people called for jury duty for Manafort's trial in Virginia last month did have opinions about the case before they reported to court, according to a newly unsealed transcript from when the lawyers and judge first determined the jury.
The judge who will oversee Paul Manafort's trial in Washington has warned members of the defense team several times about their behavior in court, including on Tuesday morning at a hearing.
One week ago, Paul Manafort learned from a federal jury that he had been found guilty.
A juror from the Paul Manafort trial said she believes it would be a "grave mistake" if President Donald Trump were to pardon his former campaign chairman.
When Paul Manafort's jury of 12 Northern Virginians couldn't reach a unanimous agreement on 10 criminal charges, it was because of one juror.
One of the jurors from Paul Manafort's trial said on Wednesday evening that although she "did not want Paul Manafort to be guilty," the evidence was "overwhelming."
President Donald Trump and his lawyer Rudy Giuliani have talked about the potential political repercussions of pardoning former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, The New York Times reported Wednesday.