Questioned intently by a Senate committee, President Donald Trump's son struck a firmly unapologetic tone, deflected many queries and said he didn't think there was anything wrong with meeting a Russian lawyer at Trump Tower in hopes of election-season dirt…
By Kevin Freking, Associated Press
Senate Democrats, joined by three Republicans, pushed through a measure intended to revive Obama-era internet rules that ensured equal treatment for all web traffic, though opposition in the House and the White House seems insurmountable.
By Associated Press
President Donald Trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani says the president still wants to testify in the Russia probe, but says he is "pretty comfortable" that special counsel Robert Mueller's team could not subpoena him in the investigation.
By Eric Tucker, Associated Press
Hundreds of pages of court filings, and public statements from witnesses, have to an extent pulled back the curtain on an extraordinarily secretive investigation. But much remains hidden from view. Here's a look at what may lie ahead.
By Jill Colvin, Associated Press
While railing against California for its so-called sanctuary immigration policies, President Donald Trump referred to some people who cross the border illegally as "animals" — drawing a sharp rebuke from Democratic leaders for the harsh rhetoric.
Giuliani, in a text to the PBS NewsHour, said Mueller’s team told the president’s lawyers about their conclusion two weeks ago.
In the news wrap Wednesday, Gina Haspel moved a step closer to confirmation as President Trump's nominee to lead the Central Intelligence Agency. The Senate Intelligence Committee voted 10 to five behind closed doors to approve her nomination. Also, President…
By Nick Schifrin
As Robert Mueller’s special counsel probe marks its first year, the Senate Judiciary Committee released thousands of pages of documents providing the most comprehensive look at an undisclosed meeting in Trump Tower with a Russian lawyer. Nick Schiffren talks with…
Tuesday's primaries spanned the country and the political spectrum, from more liberal Oregon, to conservative Idaho and Nebraska, to swing-state Pennsylvania, where wins by women were particularly notable. Lisa Desjardins learns more from Dave Davies of WHYY in Philadelphia.
By Mary Clare Jalonick, Deb Reichmann, Associated Press
Sen. Richard Burr, R-N.C., chairman of the Senate panel, said his staff spent 14 months "reviewing the sources, tradecraft and analytic work" conducted by the intelligence agencies. He said the committee uncovered no reason to dispute the conclusions of the…
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