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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., walks to a Democratic Caucus meeting at the Capitol on Tuesday. She told lawmakers to "stay focused on our purpose for the people" with the end of the special counsel's Russia investigation. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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After Mueller Report Memo, Democrats Turn To Health Care — For Now

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Attorney General William Barr leaves his home in McLean, Va., Friday before the Mueller report on Russian interference and potential Trump campaign collusion was handed over to him. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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Yevgeny Prigozhin (left) serves food to Russian leader Vladimir Putin during a 2011 dinner at Prigozhin's restaurant outside Moscow. Misha Japaridze/AP hide caption

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'Putin's Chef' Has His Fingers In Many Pies, Critics Say

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Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., leaves a meeting on Capitol Hill in January. The House Intelligence Committee chairman is locked in a fierce re-election battle. Mark Wilson/Getty Images hide caption

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Devin Nunes' Re-Election Tests Whether All Politics Are Now National

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British publicist Rob Goldstone sent an email to Donald Trump Jr. that proclaimed "Russia and its government's support" for President Trump in the summer of 2016. Goldstone has become a surprisingly crucial part of the Russia imbroglio. Cameron Pollack/NPR hide caption

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Rob Goldstone On His Infamous Russia Email: 'I Had No Idea What I Was Talking About'

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Attorney General Jeff Sessions at an event discussing immigration policies on Sept. 10. President Trump said on Tuesday that he's disappointed in the attorney general's job performance for a number of reasons, beyond his recusal from the Russia investigation. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein (right) and FBI Director Christopher Wray (left) appeared before the House Judiciary Committee on June 28. Some members complain they are stonewalling. Andrew Harnik/AP hide caption

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Former CIA Director John Brennan and other former top national security officials could lose their security clearance if the White House follows through on a threat made Monday. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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Michael Cohen, a longtime personal lawyer and confidante for President Trump, said Monday his "first loyalty" rests with his family. Don Emmert/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Trump Lawyer Michael Cohen Hints He May Cooperate With Federal Prosecutors

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Justice Dept. Inspector General Michael E. Horowitz testifies before the House Oversight Committee and the House Judiciary Committee on Tuesday in Washington, D.C. Alex Wroblewski/Getty Images hide caption

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Roger Stone, a longtime ally of President Trump, speaks to the media after appearing before the House Intelligence Committee during a closed door hearing last September. On Sunday, Stone bemoaned the "excesses and partisanship" of Robert Mueller's investigation. Mark Wilson/Getty Images hide caption

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Victoria Toensing, left, and Joe diGenova, photographed in 2007, were set to join President Trump's outside legal team, but it was announced just days later that conflicts prevented them. The Washington Post/The Washington Post/Getty Images hide caption

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Internet activist Lyudmila Savchuk spent two months working in a "troll factory" in St. Petersburg, Russia. She was tasked with writing posts that would inflame anti-American sentiment among Russians. Others at the factory would write negative posts about American politicians, the war in Ukraine and America's NATO allies. Jolie Myers/NPR hide caption

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Meet The Activist Who Uncovered The Russian Troll Factory Named In The Mueller Probe

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House intelligence committee ranking member Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., speaks to reporters Tuesday on Capitol Hill, joined by other Democrats on the committee as they released a response to GOP conclusions on the House Russia investigation. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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Amidst a hail of tweets over the weekend, President Trump said the FBI is spending too much time on the Russia investigation and missed signs of the deadly Florida school shooting. NurPhoto/NurPhoto via Getty Images hide caption

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House intelligence committee Chairman Devin Nunes, R-Calif., speaks to reporters at the Capitol last year. Nunes is at the center of a political firestorm over the release of a memo critiquing FBI surveillance. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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Who Is Devin Nunes? A Look At The Man Behind The Memo

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A journalist describes Robert Mueller, pictured in 2007 when he was FBI director, as "about as apolitical and nonpartisan a figure as you could find in Washington." Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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Mueller's Reputation In Washington Is 'Stunningly Bipartisan,' Journalist Says

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As Trump Enters Year Two In Office, Mueller Looking At Money Laundering

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