Two top House Democrats are questioning whether former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn failed to report a 2015 trip to the Middle East to security clearance investigators.
By PBS NewsHour
Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks join Judy Woodruff to discuss the testimony of former FBI Director James Comey before the Senate Intelligence Committee.
By Associated Press
House Speaker Ryan later added that President Donald Trump is "learning as he goes."…
By Associated Press
Three days after Trump fired Comey, the president tweeted that Comey should hope there are "no tapes" of their conversations.
Former FBI Director James Comey detailed his personal conversations with President Trump in a prepared statement to the Senate Intelligence Committee, released a day ahead of his much-anticipated hearing. Judy Woodruff discusses the revelations with Matt Apuzzo of The New…
By Mary Clare Jalonick, Deb Riechmann and Chad Day, Associated Press
Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn turned over about 600 pages of documents to the Senate intelligence committee as part of its investigation into Russia's meddling in the 2016 presidential election, according to a congressional aide.
By Hope Yen and Julie Pace, Associated Press
In an interview with NBC's "Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly," Putin also dismissed the idea that Russia has damaging information on President Donald Trump as "a load of nonsense."…
By Deb Riechmann, Jake Pearson, Associated Press
The House intelligence committee said Wednesday it is issuing subpoenas for President Donald Trump's former national security adviser and his personal lawyer, as well as their businesses, as part of its investigation into Russian activities during last year's election.
By Jake Pearson and Chad Day, Associated Press
Meanwhile, Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin sounded similar tones as they criticized the ongoing U.S. scrutiny of Russia's attempts to sway the presidential election.
By Hope Yen and Vivian Salma, Associated Press
Congressional Democrats on Sunday demanded to hear directly from top White House adviser Jared Kushner over allegations of proposed secret back-channel communications with Russia.
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