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The Russia Investigations: Mueller Indicts The 'Internet Research Agency'

Saturday, February 17, 2018

Here are five takeaways from the indictment unveiled on Friday that charged a St. Petersburg troll farm and a number of individual Russians with waging "information warfare" against the United States.


Grand Jury Indicts Russians Linked To Interference In 2016 Election

Friday, February 16, 2018

Justice Department special counsel Robert Mueller's office says 13 Russians and three Russian entities took part in a broad information war against the United States.


Can The U.S. Combat Election Interference If Some Don't Believe It's Happening?

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Senate intelligence committee members want to sound the alarm about the persistent threat to U.S. elections from foreign interference. But critics say the White House isn't doing enough.


Russian Threat To Elections To Persist Through 2018, Spy Bosses Warn Congress

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Moscow's interference in the United States and the West has continued since 2016 and is forecast to persist through this year's midterm races, the U.S. intelligence community says.


The Russia Investigations: Democrats Try To Counterattack But Lose A Key Weapon

Saturday, February 10, 2018

Democrats go out on a limb getting behind the author of an unverified dossier, but the president isn't ready — yet — to release their countermemo, a week after a GOP memo was made public.


What You Need To Know About Memo Mania: Waiting On Democrats' Countermemo

Thursday, February 08, 2018

The White House expects an answer Thursday from the Justice Department about how much of a Democratic memo could be declassified. The president will then decide whether it actually becomes public.


House Intel Committee Votes To Release Dem Countermemo. Will Trump Go Along?

Monday, February 05, 2018

The House intelligence committee voted without opposition on Monday to declassify Democrats' secret rebuttal to the secret Republican memo unveiled on Friday.


After FBI Deputy Director McCabe Resigns, A Look At Where The Russia Investigation Stands

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

From the GOP authored memo alleging surveillance abuse by the FBI, to the abrupt departure of the bureau's embattled deputy head, to the administrations actions or non-actions against Russians with ties to the Kremlin, the past two days have been busy ones for the Russia Investigation.


How The Russia Investigation Might Evolve In 2018

Tuesday, January 02, 2018

The incredibly broad Russia imbroglio shows no signs of stopping in 2018. A look at four big storylines in the new year and what directions the stories may take.


Russia Tried To Infiltrate Trump Campaign, Mueller Documents Confirm

Monday, October 30, 2017

Trump's former campaign chairman and a top aide are charged with money laundering; a former foreign policy aide has pleaded guilty to lying to FBI.


Lawyer Admits Trump Contacted Russia For Help With Building Project During Campaign

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

A lawyer for Donald Trump has acknowledged he reached out to Russian President Vladimir Putin's office to ask for help with a putative Trump Tower project in Moscow during the presidential campaign — but says nothing came of it. The concession gives new insight into the workings of Trump's business and the potential paths for special counsel Robert Mueller's investigations.


'We Are Not Nation-Building Again,' Trump Says While Unveiling Afghanistan Strategy

Monday, August 21, 2017

After months of deliberation, a reluctant president is expected to increase the American military presence by about 4,000 troops after 16 years of war with no end in sight.


On Russia, Two Trumps: In D.C., Constrained; For The Nation, Defiant

Sunday, August 06, 2017

One day, the president signed a bill sanctioning Russia and acknowledged interference in the 2016 election. The next day, he told supporters in West Virginia "the Russia story is a total fabrication."


Pence Talks Up NATO On Visit To Russia's Front Yard

Wednesday, August 02, 2017

Vice President Pence wraps up a trip Wednesday to Estonia, Georgia and Montenegro. Pence has spent the four-day trip speaking out against Russia and affirming U.S. support for the tiny nations.


5 Unanswered Questions About Trump's 'Ban' On Transgender Troops

Thursday, July 27, 2017

President Trump surprised the military-industrial-congressional complex with a post on Twitter regarding banning transgender troops — even though they already serve openly now.


The Capital City Contemplates The Possibility Of A Washington Without John McCain

Thursday, July 20, 2017

Outspoken defense hawk. Informal diplomat. Vietnam War hero. The seemingly indestructible McCain has been a pillar of Washington for decades. What could it mean if he does not return?


5 Questions Raised By Donald Trump Jr.'s Emails

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Trump Jr. revealed a lot in disclosing an email thread that described Russia's offer of help to his father's campaign — but he also raised many other questions about the story.


Trump's 'Impenetrable' Cyber Unit That Never Was

Monday, July 10, 2017

President Trump may have saved himself and the government a lot of trouble by pulling the plug on a joint cyber unit with Russia before work got seriously underway.


How Could The Navy Destroyer Collision Happen?

Monday, June 19, 2017

How could an advanced combatant crash into a container ship in the middle of the ocean? Investigators begin to look for clues about what happened.


This Week, Will The Russia Story Actually Be About Russia?

Saturday, June 17, 2017

Members of Congress have more big hearings planned at which current and former U.S. officials are set to talk about Russian interference and the integrity of state election systems.