Devin Nunes blocked investigations into 'worrisome contacts between the Russians and candidate Trump, his family, his businesses, and his campaign,' according to a member of his committee.
BuzzFeed has reported that Smith reached out to dark web hackers, including people he believed were Russians, and potentially paid them to obtain the emails.
The decision also says that some of the documents include "private information of non-parties" and "financial information" that should not be publicly disclosed.
In a humiliating real-life re-run of “The Apprentice,” Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein will go to the White House in the near future to find out if he’s been fired.
Prince has said that the meeting, also attended by UAE adviser George Nader, was not pre-arranged and was just "over a beer."
Last week, on the eve of Manafort's second trial, that prosecutorial strategy paid off when he entered a guilty plea before a federal judge in Washington, D.C. Manafort's guilty plea is unique and extraordinary.
Cohen's prosecution was carried out by the Southern District of New York after the case was referred by the special counsel's office.
While some continue to question President Donald Trump's fitness for office, he's doing himself no favors by talking incoherently and seeming to claim he has wide-ranging powers even before he was ever elected.
Trump is abusing his power to declassify information and wielding it as a weapon in his ongoing war against the U.S. intelligence community.
Alan Dershowitz on Sunday flipped the script on Donald Trump, telling NBC’s Chuck Todd that news of Paul Manafort’s plea deal with special counsel Robert Mueller is bad news for the president.
According to a report in Vanity Fair, President Donald Trump's former attorney and fixed Michael Cohen is now allegedly in talks with special counsel Robert Mueller's office.