Barack Obama believed the U.S. intelligence community lacked sufficient "credibility" in 2008, according to leaked documents from the Obama 2008 transition team.
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CNN reported Tuesday evening that President Barack Obama and President-elect Donald Trump have been made aware of allegations that Russian operatives reportedly claim to have compromising personal and financial information on Trump, and that Trump surrogates -- according to unconfirmed allegations -- exchanged information with intermediaries for the Russian government.
President Barack Obama and President-elect Donald Trump were made aware last week of unconfirmed allegations that Russian operatives claim to have compromising financial and personal information on Trump, according to a CNN report on Tuesday.
Just in time for President Obama's farewell address, GOP opposition research firm America Rising released a video compilation of some of the lowlights of the Obama legacy.
The American people want Congress to repeal and replace Obamacare, according to a new survey of likely voters conducted by the American Action Network.
Five months after insisting he wanted out of the spotlight, Khizr Khan is still waging a public battle against Donald Trump. Khan, the Muslim Gold Star parent who spoke out against Trump at the Democratic National Convention last July, wrote a letter Monday urging the Senate to oppose Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions, Trump's nominee for attorney general.
Liberal website LGBTQ Nation had no choice but to name prominent gay conservative Milo Yiannopoulos its "Person of the Year" late last week after his supporters swarmed the website's online poll, giving Milo the easy win with almost 70 percent of the vote.
President Barack Obama is expected to take veiled shots at Donald Trump in his farewell address, CNN is reporting.
President Barack Obama repeatedly praised ultra-liberal website Vox.com Friday for the site's coverage of Obamacare, which frequently touted the bill as a smashing success.
Betsy Devos, Donald Trump's nominee for secretary of education, has come under fire for her support of charter schools from congressional Democrats, including Rhode Island Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse.
US intelligence officials mentioned "fake news" a grand total of zero times in the DNI report on Russian election interference made public Friday. That omission runs contrary to the narrative some liberal journalists have pushed in which Russian "fake news" outlets sought to influence the presidential election on behalf of Donald Trump.
The US intelligence community has "high confidence" that the DCLeaks hacktivist website, which published emails from former four-star general and secretary of state Colin Powell last September, operated as a front of sorts for Russian intelligence efforts, according to a report published Friday by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.
Chicago Torture Not Isolated Incident — Trump Supporters Have Been Violently Attacked All Over The Country
The kidnapping and torture of a white, mentally challenged teen by four African-Americans in Chicago, who shouted "Fuck Donald Trump!" and "Fuck white people!" while torturing their victim, is just the latest incident of violence against Trump supporters -- or assumed Trump supporters -- since the election.
President-elect Donald Trump denied that he is in "agreement" with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange Thursday morning, adding that he is a "big fan" of American intelligence services.
Mark Zuckerberg's announcement Tuesday that he plans to have visited all 50 US states by the end of the year stoked speculation that the Facebook CEO could be laying the groundwork for a presidential bid.
A Seattle city council member is openly using government resources to organize anti-Trump protests in collaboration with a radical socialist organization.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer suggested Tuesday night that U.S. intelligence agencies could "get back at" President-elect Donald Trump after he questioned the legitimacy of the intelligence community's probe into Russian involvement in the hacking of Democratic party officials.
Minnesota Rep. Keith Ellison has yet to say what role he believes Russia played in the hacking of the Democratic National Committee officials, even as he ramps up his bid to become the next DNC chair.
James Woolsey, former CIA director under President Bill Clinton, believes the Russians are "probably" behind some of the hacking of Democratic Party officials, but thinks that more than one country may ultimately be involved.
After occupying a key role in U.S. political discourse during the 2016 presidential campaign, WikiLeaks suggested on Twitter Monday that it will be similarly active in 2017.