Michael Flynn

Court clash continues to rage over power of the executive branch in fight over booted national security adviser and his secret talks with Russian official.
A federal judge wanted to examine the reason that the Trump administration pushed to dismiss charges against a man who had twice pleaded guilty.
Former U.S. District Judge John Gleeson said the government “has engaged in highly irregular conduct to benefit a political ally of the President.”
It's strange for a defendant to claim innocence after "repeatedly swearing under oath that he committed the crime,” argued lawyers for Judge Emmet Sullivan.
An "even-keeled" response will be a “good message and we’ll understand that message," Flynn told Sergey Kislyak in call intercepted by U.S. intelligence.
The Justice Department moved earlier this month to dismiss the criminal case against Flynn, who had pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI.
Think less Hillary Clinton’s emails and more Big Macs, according to Republicans close to the White House.
But the senator rebuffed Trump's call for Barack Obama to testify, warning the president: "Be careful what you wish for."
Judge Sullivan appointed a former judge to argue against a Justice Department motion to drop the charges against a former Trump administration official.
The judge in the case against former national security adviser Michael Flynn signaled he’s not ready to drop the charges.