Power Up: Washington's sphinx: Mueller still has us guessing in Russia probe - Washington PostWASHINGTON'S SPHINX: We got some sense of what special prosecutor Robert Mueller is thinking with the sentencing memo he filed this week recommending that President Trump's former national security adviser Michael Flynn get no jail time after 19 ...-- https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/powerpost/paloma/powerup/2018/12/06/powerup-washington-s-sphinx-mueller-still-has-us-guessing-in-russia-probe/5c080d011b326b60d128012d/

Court Filing References Secret Special Counsel Investigation. Here's What It Might Be - NPR


Don't Expect Mueller to Charge a Grand Conspiracy - TIME http://time.com

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Prepare for More Thrills From Mueller's Russia Investigation - Bloomberg


The Rise And Fall Of Michael Flynn - NPR


Michael Flynn memo shows Mueller has more tricks up his sleeve: former prosecutor - CBC.ca

Michael Flynn's sentencing memo proves the Robert Mueller investigation is nowhere near close to wrapping up, says a former federal prosecutor.


Mueller's Flynn Memo Disappoints Resisters: No Jail Time or Hints of Collusion - Breitbart News

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As Flynn Case Winds Down, Investigation of Turkish Lobbying Persists - New York Times

The special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, has referred back to prosecutors in Virginia a case that once ensnared President Trump’s former national security adviser.

New York Times

Michael Cohen's Sentencing Request Seems to Implicate Trump Officials in His Lies to Congress - Slate Magazine Slate’s Use of Your Data

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Robert Mueller's latest filing points to more prosecutions - Financial Times

Financial Times

House Democrats plan to send Trump aides' transcripts to Mueller - Reuters

Democrats taking control of the U.S. House of Representatives in January plan to send Special Counsel Robert Mueller the transcripts of testimony by some of President Donald Trump's closest associates so they can be reviewed for evidence and possible falsehoods, said three sources familiar with the matter.