The criminal investigation brings together the president of the United States, an adult-film performer, several lawyers, and a combative Fox News host.
The president has reportedly been musing about firing his attorney general since last summer. Here's why it hasn't happened yet.
The pages are operated out of Eastern Europe and the social network took almost two months to shut one of them down.
A longtime Republican operative has been in contact with a suspected Russian intelligence agent for nearly two decades. What does it mean for Robert Mueller's investigation?
The chairman and ranking member enjoyed “something of a bromance.” Then they launched the Russia probe.
Court documents call him Person A, but descriptions link the officer to Russian intelligence—and to Paul Manafort and Rick Gates.
Deputy CIA Director Gina Haspel oversaw one of the agency’s infamous “black sites” over a decade ago and has been harshly criticized for it. Now, she may be Democrats’ best option.
The political operative was accused of importing photographs of nude boys “engaged in a variety of sexual acts.” The 1985 charges were dismissed after key evidence was thrown out.
Transcripts obtained by The Atlantic show Donald Trump's longtime confidante corresponded with the radical-transparency group.
The document, drafted by minority members of the House Intelligence Committee, sought to rebut claims that the bureau abused its power during the election.
On Tuesday, Alex Van Der Zwaan, a lawyer who helped produce a report at Manafort’s behest, pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI.
Thirteen Russian nationals connected to the shadowy Internet Research Agency were indicted by the special counsel on Friday.
Executive power means Donald Trump can classify or declassify memos that may implicate him.
The intelligence community has a stark warning about Russia’s intentions to interfere in the 2018 elections.
The White House Counsel said the president was “inclined to declassify” the Democrats’ memo, but that “he is unable to do so at this time” because the memo contains “numerous properly classified and especially sensitive passages.”
The House Intelligence Committee’s top Democrat Adam Schiff talks about the Nunes memo, the minority response, and Trump’s insults.
The House Intelligence Committee chair has turned his sights to the State Department, as he presses forward with his probe into intelligence gathering related to Russian electoral interference in 2016.
President Trump authorized the release of the unredacted memorandum over strident objections from top law-enforcement officials, as Democrats blasted it as deliberately misleading.
The House Intelligence Committee’s chair wasn’t alone in drafting the classified memo that it just voted to release.
The House Intelligence Committee chair claimed he’d been completely cleared, but the panel probing his conduct never gained access to the intelligence he was accused of divulging.