Human rights advocates, concerned by Donald Trump's embrace of ruthless autocrats, worry the move could be political.
Prosecutors claim the Trump confidante has provided them with financial records, emails, computer hard drives and more.
His actions after James Comey's firing reportedly prompted officials to evaluate whether the president was a potential threat to U.S. security.
One expert called the arrangement with the Federal Protective Service as “a Bermuda Triangle for child protection.”
With a number of probes moving closer to the Oval Office, the president and his attorney unleash a fresh series of attacks.
Few details have been made public in the case, which is being investigated by the FBI.
Donald Trump blames immigrants but he might look to his own backyard.
The New York Times reveals the president was prepared to use the Justice Department to go after his political opponents.
With the appointment of Matthew Whitaker as attorney general, Trump has empowered one of the special prosecutor's fiercest critics.