The core Trump-Russia dossier charges against onetime campaign volunteer Carter Page remain unconfirmed after nearly a year of wiretapping by the FBI, says a Republican rebuttal to a Democratic memo on the dossier.
Computer networks owned by a Russian entrepreneur accused in the infamous anti-Trump dossier don’t contain any IP addresses used by Moscow to hack Democrats’ computers, the entrepreneur’s attorney says in a rebuttal to a Buzzfeed court filing.
The city of St. Louis and 11 of its law enforcement officials were sued in federal court Friday by a reporter who was arrested and pepper-sprayed while covering a protest against police violence.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller has indicted former Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort for the third time.
A political watchdog organization says U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke appears to have violated a conflict of interest law by meeting with executives of a Montana firearms company in which he holds stock.
Rep. Devin Nunes is trying to determine the breadth and reach of the unverified Russia-Trump dossier inside the U.S. government, especially among senior leaders in the Barack Obama administration during the 2016 election.
A top official in the Obama administration’s Interior Department helped facilitate payments of thousands of dollars in federal money to a family member, the department’s inspector general said in a report late Tuesday that found clear abuse of the office’s grant policies.
The 13 Russian social media “troll factory” operatives charged last week with meddling in the 2016 U.S. presidential election should fear for their freedom should they ever set foot beyond the borders of Russia, security analysts said this week.
At the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia, a guidance drummed into the heads of new agents is, “Don’t do anything to embarrass the bureau.”
There is a funky smell coming from D.C. Public Schools.