I have a theory regarding which of the 18 counts the Manafort jury cannot agree on. Manafort is charged with misrepresenting his true assets in order to get a 16 million dollar loan from a small Chicago bank. But it was testified to that the bank president, who had dreams of glory, wanted a cabinet appointment. It is plausible that Manafort got the loan not because he exaggerated his collateral but because he pandered to the bank president's ambitions [not a crime in our glorious political system.]
If I turn out to be right, you heard it here first.