THE RUSSIA RUNDOWN: Stone's indictment, Whitaker hints at the Mueller probe's timeline, and Cohen prepares to face Congress
- It's been a busy week for news from the Russia investigations.
- The longtime GOP strategist Roger Stone, an informal adviser to President Donald Trump, was indicted on seven federal charges. Stone pleaded not guilty to all of them.
- Trump's former personal lawyer and fixer Michael Cohen is also preparing to testify before three congressional committees before reporting to prison.
- Here are all the stories you may have missed.
The past week saw a number of huge developments in the Russia investigations.
Informal Trump campaign adviser Roger Stone was indicted on seven charges in the Russia probe and pleaded not guilty to all of them, former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen is gearing up to testify before three committees, and acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker dropped some cryptic hints about the timeline of the Russia investigation.Here are all the stories you may have missed in the past week: