Analysis: On Friday morning, Donald Trump took to Twitter to attack the Mueller report -- and, not-so-subtly -- his former White House counsel Don McGahn ... Here's the delicious irony of Trump attacking his former top lawyer: McGahn's refusal to heed the President's directive to fire Mueller -- or to tell the deputy attorney general to fire Mueller -- very well may have saved Trump's presidency. read more
No, Mueller did not find a criminal conspiracy between the Trump campaign and Russia, and no, he did not conclude that President Trump had obstructed justice. But Mueller emphatically did not find that there had been "no collusion" either.
If Robert Mueller wanted to charge President Donald Trump with obstruction, he found all he needed to do it. And he found it on multiple fronts. But he didn't make a decision on whether to bring the case.
Mueller's report Thursday walked through excruciating detail of evidence in the obstruction of justice investigation and legal analysis, hitting over and over again how prosecutors had enough to meet the legal threshold for a case against Trump.
Yoni Appelbaum: The redacted version of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report released on Thursday runs 448 pages. But its most important implication can be summarized in a single sentence: There is sufficient evidence that President Donald Trump obstructed justice to merit impeachment hearings. read more
The Big Bang is commonly thought of as the start of it all: About 13.8 billion years ago, the observable universe went boom and expanded into being. But what were things like before the Big Bang? Short answer: We don't know. Long answer: It could have been a lot of things, each mind-bending in its own way