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Robert Mueller indicts 13 Russians with interfering in 2016 election

February 17, 2018
Kelly O'Donnell | NBC News
Special counsel Robert Mueller indicted 13 Russian nationals and three Russian companies Friday, accusing them of carrying out a coordinated plot to interfere in the 2016 U.S. election. President Donald Trump said the indictment shows there was no collusion with his campaign.
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‘Go Donald!’: Inside the Russian shadow campaign to elect Trump

February 17, 2018
Ashley Parker, John Wagner | The Washington Post
The third Saturday of August 2016 seemed like a big day for Donald Trump in Florida.
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Steve Bannon shows for Intelligence panel hearing

February 15, 2018
Manu Raju, Jeremy Herb, Kara Scannell | CNN
Amid a tense feud with Congress, Steve Bannon appeared Thursday for a hearing before the House Intelligence Committee - hours after the White House informed lawmakers he would not be answering key questions pertinent to the Russia investigation.
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Top Justice Department official steps down, latest developments in the Russia probe

February 9, 2018
The table discussed Rachel Brand's departure, the latest updates in the Russia probe, and the impact of former Republican National Committee finance chair Steve Wynn stepping down from his casino empire.
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Source: Bannon not expected to appear before House Intel Tuesday despite subpoena

February 6, 2018
Manu Raju, Kara Scannell | CNN
Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon is not expected to appear before the House Intelligence Committee Tuesday, risking being held in contempt for failing to comply with a subpoena, according to a source close to the process.
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‘The Hairs Really Went Up on the Back of Our Necks’

February 5, 2018
Susan Glasser | POLITICO
Former top diplomat Victoria Nuland tells the story of how she pushed the Obama administration to do more to stop Russian hacking.
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Release of disputed GOP memo on FBI surveillance unleashes waves of recrimination

February 3, 2018
Philip Rucker, Devlin Barrett, Karoun Demirjian | The Washington Post
A GOP memo declassified on Friday accused senior law enforcement officials of misleading a court in order to conduct surveillance on a former Trump campaign adviser, fueling a growing distrust between the White House and Republicans on one side and the Justice Department and FBI on the other.
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White House faces fallout after the release of controversial GOP memo

February 3, 2018
Kelly O'Donnell | NBC News
The White House is facing some backlash after President Donald Trump approved the release of a controversial GOP memo that exposes FBI surveillance practices in the Russia investigation.
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Sentence buried in GOP memo may undercut Trump efforts to discredit Russia probe

February 3, 2018
Karen Tumulty, Rosalind S. Helderman | The Washington Post
Though President Trump and his allies hope the controversial release of a GOP-written memo alleging surveillance abuses by the FBI will tarnish the legitimacy of the entire Russia probe, that argument may be undercut by a single sentence buried near the end of the four-page document.
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