By removing Dan Coats, Trump would get rid of someone who has repeatedly revealed the corrupt underbelly of Trump's approach to foreign affairs.
Despite Pompeo's investigation and its conclusions, Attorney General Barr has brought in U.S. Attorney John Durham to re-investigate the CIA.
Responding to subpoenas, Mueller will testify on July 17 before both the House Intelligence Committee and the House Judiciary Committee.
Endorsing collusion, Trump denied his campaign should have informed the FBI when Russia reached out in 2016 with offers of dirt on Clinton.
Manafort has never come clean about his fateful meeting with Russian spy Konstantin Kilimnik, where he turned over crucial campaign polling data.
Mother Jones reports on a “gaping loophole” in federal law that could allow Russia to legally influence the 2020 US presidential election.
The House still won’t have a full unredacted version of the Mueller Report, but will receive an abundance of documents pertaining to the investigation.
Reprinted with permission from Alternet. A voicemail from President Donald Trump’s attorney John Dowd to one of Michael Flynn’s lawyers was presented as evidence in the obstruction of justice probe conducted by Special Counsel Robert ...
This may be the simplest question any White House official has ever been asked, with the most obvious answer. And Kushner got it dead wrong.
Commentators have noted parallels between Bill Barr’s actions as attorney general and Fox’s unhinged coverage, saying he “talks like Sean Hannity."
Last week, the Justice Department defied Judge Sullivan’s orders, refusing to release the audio recordings of Flynn’s discussions with Russian officials.
Interviewed on HBO, Kushner flatly refused to say he would call the FBI if Russia tried to assist the Trump campaign in 2020.
Concern among US allies stems from the broad authority Trump delegated to Barr, giving him carte blanche to declassify any intelligence he wants.
Contrary to what the Justice Department wants us to believe, the First Amendment is not a special privilege that belongs only to officially recognized journalists.
As Amash noted, the "high crimes and misdemeanors" that justify impeachment extend beyond statutory violations to abuses of power that betray the public trust.