What we know about Trump’s campaign, Russia and the investigation of the two
The Washington Post gives a written account of pertinent details divided into thirds – before the election, during the transition, and the presidency.
Donald Trump Jr.’s contradictory statements about the Russia meeting
The Washington Post runs down Trump Jr.’s ever-changing explanations for his actions.
80 Times Trump Talked About Putin
CNN tracks Trump’s mentions of the Russian president, starting with a tweet on June 18, 2013 and ending with a news conference on February 16, 2017 during which Trump insists, “I own nothing in Russia. I have no loans in Russia.
Trump, Comey and the Russia investigation: What we know so far
The Los Angeles Times starts its timeline with election night 2016 and offers a clear rundown of relevant events through June 2017.
The shifting accounts of Trump Tower meeting with Russian lawyer
Politifact details the Trump campaign’s changing narrative during the first week after news broke of the June 9th meeting.
Trump and associates denied Russia involvement at least 20 times
The Guardian focuses on the many occasions when Trump and his family and associates have said they have no ties to Russia.
The Russia Investigation
FactCheck.org offers an in-depth, multifaceted compilation of information related to the FBI’s ongoing work.
June 2-13, 2016: Donald Jr.'s controversial meeting came at a pivotal point for the Trump campaign
Business Insider recounts pertinent election activity during the time Trump Jr. agreed to meet the Russians at Trump Tower.
Rob Goldstone's Relationship with the Trumps
Wired shows how the British publicist with a penchant for social media came to connect the Trumps and the Russians.
Trump And Russia In Mid-2016: A Series Of Coincidences Or Something More?
NPR looks at four key months during the Trump campaign -- April through July 2016 -- and the similarity between messages coming from Russia and from the Trump campaign.