One of the people Trump hired for the White House was working as a foreign agent while advising him during the election. His campaign chairman caught the Justice Department's attention for similarly surreptitious work. And a third campaign adviser was…
In our news wrap Wednesday, China’s President Xi Jinping told President Trump he’s willing to collaborate in order to peacefully stop North Korea’s nuclear program. Also, The Washington Post reported that a special court on intelligence matters granted the FBI…
By PBS NewsHour
New developments on the connections between the Trump White House and the Russian government seem to emerge every day. To help you keep it straight, Lisa Desjardins and John Yang join Judy Woodruff to walk through what we know and…
In our news wrap Friday, the State Department issued a permit to build the long-delayed Keystone XL pipeline, a project that had been rejected by the Obama administration. Also, a federal judge in Virginia ruled in favor of the president's…
By Jack Gillum, Menelaos Hadjicostis and Eric Tucker, Associated Press
Manafort, in a statement to the AP Thursday when asked about the Cyprus transactions, characterized them as a normal practice.
Paul Manafort, President Trump’s former campaign manager who has been under intense scrutiny, reportedly worked in 2005 for a Russian billionaire with close ties to President Vladimir Putin and drew up plans to influence U.S. politics to favor Russian interests.
By Jeff Horwitz and Chad Day, Associated Press
Manafort worked as Trump's unpaid campaign chairman last year from March until August. Trump asked Manafort to resign after AP revealed that Manafort had orchestrated a covert Washington lobbying operation until 2014 on behalf of Ukraine's ruling pro-Russian political party.
By Jill Colvin, Associated Press
It comes amid an FBI investigation into possible connections between Trump "associates" and Russia.
By Josh Lederman, Associated Press
President Donald Trump's administration remains under scrutiny over potential ties between his associates and Russia in the run-up to the presidential election. Trump has denied knowing that any of his staff had communications with Russian officials during the campaign. But…
By Steve Peoples, Associated Press
Trump has about 80 days to reset and rally a presidential campaign that's done little but stagger since the close of the Republican convention.
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