Alva Johnson, a former Trump campaign worker, contends in a new federal lawsuit that President Donald Trump planted an unwanted kiss on her face at an August, 2016 event in Tampa, Florida.
By Curt Anderson, Associated Press
Silver lining: That means most people were not being inundated with fake news.
By Vicky Stein
A New York Times investigative report published this week details how Facebook reacted to the discovery of massive disinformation campaigns run by Russian operatives. Sheera Frenkel, who helped write the story, joins William Brangham to explain what the social network’s…
Did the involvement of Russian trolls and hackers swing the 2016 presidential election? Kathleen Hall Jamieson, author of “Cyberwar,” believes it is “highly probable” that they did. She joins Judy Woodruff to discuss her research on how the Russians found…
New Yorkers from a range of political backgrounds reflected on their electoral choices and the past year.
By PBS NewsHour, Nick Schifrin
Russia announced that the U.S. would need to drastically reduce the number of officials working in the country, and barred the U.S. from using two properties there. The announcement was retaliation for actions taken by the U.S., including the seizure…
By Hillel Italie, Associated Press
Simon & Schuster told The Associated Press on Thursday that Clinton's book will be a highly personal work that also is a "cautionary tale" about Russian interference in last year's election and its threat to democracy.
By PBS NewsHour
What did the Russian government really do to the American voting process and confidence in its efforts to meddle with the 2016 election? A new cover story for TIME magazine takes a deep dive into the lengths at which the…
By Mary Clare Jalonick, Associated Press
The Senate Judiciary Committee has approved the nomination of President Donald Trump's choice to head the FBI.
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