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- James Clapper gave "inconsistent testimony" about contacts he had with the media while in office, according to a document
- Clapper was involved in a highly significant meeting with Trump two weeks before the president's inauguration
- Republican lawmakers voted on Thursday to formally end the Russia probe
James Clapper, the director of national intelligence under former President Barack Obama, gave "inconsistent testimony" about contacts he had with the media while in office, according to a document released Thursday by Republicans on the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.
The House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence voted along party lines on Thursday to formally end the panel's Russia investigation and to release a report about the probe to the rest of Congress.
Federal investigators quietly dropped charges in February against 11 of 15 members of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's security detail who were involved in an attack on protesters in Washington, D.C., in 2017.
A London-based lawyer for Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska is refusing to answer questions about whether he and his client have links to Christopher Steele, the author of the Democrat-funded dossier.
As deputy director of the FBI last year, Andrew McCabe opened a criminal investigation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions, according to a new report.
Former Vice President Joe Biden claimed Tuesday that he would have "beat the hell out of" President Donald Trump if the pair were still in high school.
A federal judge in New York has tossed former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page's defamation lawsuit against the parent company of Yahoo! News.
Cambridge Analytica, the data analytics firm best known for its work for the Trump presidential campaign, has suspended its CEO in the wake of a damning exposé about the company's investigative techniques.
A former Marine, who claims to have worked as a special agent with the Department of Energy, has been charged with shooting and running over Republican lobbyist Jack Burkman, who conducted a controversial investigation of former DNC staffer Seth Rich's murder.
South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham said Tuesday that President Donald Trump should be impeached if he fires Robert Mueller as special counsel.
California Democratic Rep. Ted Lieu predicted Monday there will be "widespread civil unrest" if President Donald Trump fires special counsel Robert Mueller.
Senate Judiciary Committee chairman pledged Monday to hold hearings on the Justice Department inspector general's investigation results that led to the firing of one top FBI official and the demotion of another.
The former British spy who wrote the infamous dossier has been ordered to appear for a deposition in a lawsuit over the salacious document filed in the U.S.
- The federal judge who recused himself from the Michael Flynn case is personal friends with Peter Strzok
- The friendship is discussed in text messages the FBI agent exchanged with his mistress, Lisa Page
- Contreras' recusal has been a source of mystery ever since he was taken off the Flynn case
The federal judge who recused himself from the Michael Flynn case is personal friends with Peter Strzok, the FBI agent who conducted the White House interview in which the former national security adviser has pleaded guilty to lying.
Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee are formally calling for a second special counsel to investigate the FBI and Justice Department's handling of the Steele dossier.
A Democratic senator facing a tough re-election fight in a deeply red state says that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton can't leave the political arena "soon enough."
- The FBI is calling for former Deputy Director Andrew McCabe to be fired
- McCabe came under scrutiny for his handling of the investigation into the Clinton Foundation
- Attorney General Jeff Sessions is likely to fire McCabe
The FBI determined in an internal review that former Deputy Director Andrew McCabe should be terminated, according to a report from The New York Times.