Eager to defend a prolonged government shutdown over his border wall, President Donald Trump is pretending that he's holed up nonstop at the White House waiting for a deal with Democrats. Here's a look at the president's claims in the…
A Senate intelligence committee has released bipartisan reports exposing further efforts by Russia to influence American elections via social media. Judy Woodruff speaks with committee member Sen. Ron Wyden, R-Ore., about how sophisticated the Russian efforts are, what social media…
By Mary Clare Jalonick, Associated Press
A report expected to be released Monday by the Senate intelligence committee says that Russian interference operations still exist on social media platforms, and that the Russian operation discovered after the 2016 presidential election was much broader than once thought.
By Gabriela Martinez
Maria Butina became the first Russian national to admit to trying to influence U.S. politics before the 2016 election, with her guilty plea this week in a federal investigation.
By Helen Branswell, STAT
An analysis of Twitter accounts previously identified as having been operated by Russian bots and trolls found they dove into the vaccine debate as early as January 2015…
By Associated Press
President Donald Trump says his attorney general should put an end to special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation.
By Hope Yen, Josh Boak, Christopher Rugaber, Associated Press
President Donald Trump exaggerated his role in boosting U.S. economic growth, falsely claiming full credit for positive economic news and inaccurately declaring a "historic" turnaround.
By Matt Volz, Associated Press
"While no votes were changed by the Russians in our 2016 election cycle, there was a clear and significant threat to our nation's ability to conduct fair elections," Secretary of State Corey Stapleton wrote.
The allegations came in the latest indictment from special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian interference in the elections and possible ties to President Donald Trump's campaign, and days before Trump's scheduled meeting with Putin.
By Hope Yen, Josh Boak, Associated Press
The president's statements capped a week of head-spinning assertion and dubious statements. Here's a closer look at his claims.
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