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Under gag order, Roger Stone still talking -- cautiously

On his recent court-approved tour through Florida, Roger Stone fielded questions about the raid on his home, the media coverage of his case and the plight of his former business partner and 2016 Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort -- all while trying not to obviously run afoul of his gag order.

Cohen to detail wide range of allegations against Trump

Donald Trump's former attorney Michael Cohen is prepared to testify that Trump was aware of longtime adviser Roger Stone's efforts to reach out to WikiLeaks in advance of its release of damaging information about Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign, according to a copy of his public testimony submitted to Congress and obtained by CNN.

Federal court again rejects challenge to Mueller's legitimacy

Roger Stone associate Andrew Miller will have to testify to a grand jury in special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation or will go to jail, a three-judge panel at the DC Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday morning, in an endorsement of Mueller's authority as a prosecutor.

Judge expands Roger Stone's gag order

Federal Judge Amy Berman Jackson on Thursday dramatically restricted Roger Stone's ability to speak publicly about his case after he published an Instagram post with what appeared to be the crosshairs of a gun drawn behind her head.

Judge puts gag order on Roger Stone and attorneys

A federal judge has placed a gag order on longtime Donald Trump associate Roger Stone and attorneys involved in his criminal case, though Stone's ability to speak publicly isn't completely restricted.

Roger Stone enters not guilty plea

Roger Stone, a longtime Republican campaign adviser and confidant of President Donald Trump, pleaded not guilty Tuesday morning to seven criminal charges of false statements, witness tampering and obstruction of justice.

Mueller team signals another indictment may be in the works

A defense attorney for Andrew Miller, who's fighting a subpoena from Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election, learned Monday afternoon that the special counsel still wants witness testimony for a federal grand jury.

Roger Stone downplays 'process crime' after arrest by FBI

Roger Stone, an informal political adviser to President Donald Trump, downplayed his Friday indictment by a grand jury on charges brought by special counsel Robert Mueller as based on a "process crime" that doesn't show collusion with WikiLeaks or the Russian government.