The Washington Post reports that the president’s son-in-law suggested using Russian diplomatic facilities to create a secret channel to Moscow.
A federal appeals court said Thursday the president’s controversial executive order “drips with religious intolerance, animus, and discrimination.”
President Trump’s lawyer for the Russia investigation doesn’t have much criminal-defense experience. But he does provide something even more valuable to his client: loyalty.
Top Russian officials reportedly discussed reaching out to Trump campaign adviser Michael Flynn last summer as part of Moscow’s interference campaign. Did they follow through?
The Senate Intelligence Committee said Tuesday it would subpoena the former national security adviser’s businesses for Russia-related documents, potentially bypassing the Fifth Amendment.
The president’s budget proposal calls for the hiring of more prosecutors, more immigration judges, and more federal marshals.
The top Democrat on the House Oversight Committee says Flynn misinformed the Defense Department last year about foreign payments he received from a state-run Russian TV channel.
President Trump’s former national security adviser won’t comply with the Intelligence Committee’s demand for Russia-related documents, his lawyers said Monday.
The U.S. Supreme Court could soon consider whether police can review a cellphone’s whereabouts without a warrant.
The ousted FBI director will discuss the political firestorm surrounding his dismissal in an upcoming Senate Intelligence Committee hearing, senators announced Friday.
At his first press conference since the appointment of a special counsel, Trump continued to insist the Russia investigation is a “witch hunt.”
The former Connecticut senator would be a highly unusual pick to lead the nation’s top law-enforcement agency.
The selection of former FBI Director Robert Mueller is a major escalation of the Russia investigation.
As indictments loom over Milwaukee County Jail after a high-profile death in custody, the county’s controversial sheriff is moving into a role in the Department of Homeland Security.
Moscow says it will give the U.S. Congress evidence Trump didn’t reveal highly classified information to top Russian officials.
He may have, legal scholars said cautiously. But further investigations would be necessary to know for sure.
The president once called for the execution of Edward Snowden as a “traitor” who had “given serious information to China and Russia.”
A three-judge federal appeals panel in California could hand the administration another defeat over its controversial executive order.
The U.S. attorney general is bringing back the harshest sentences for low-level drug offenses, rejecting Obama-era reforms.
A web of agencies and committees is investigating Moscow’s interference in the 2016 presidential election—and any possible ties to the Trump campaign.