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By PBS NewsHour
Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced at a press conference Thursday that he would recuse himself from any investigations into the Trump campaign. That decision came after a Washington Post report that Sessions met with the Russian ambassador to the U.S.
By News Desk and Associated Press
Attorney General Jeff Sessions is expected to speak to reporters Thursday at a news conference at the Department of Justice.
By Joshua Barajas
Here’s a breakdown of what members of Congress are saying about whether Sessions should recuse himself.
By Associated Press
Speaker of the House Paul Ryan may join a growing number of Congressional lawmakers, both Republican and Democrat, who are scrutinizing Attorney General Jeff Sessions' conversations with the Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak after he denied such interaction during his confirmation…
By News Desk
Attorney General Jeff Sessions reportedly failed to disclose two separate meetings with Russia's ambassador to the United States last year.
By Julie Pace and Vivian Salama, Associated Press
The instructions, which were sent to White House staff on Tuesday, come after Senate Democrats last week asked the White House and law enforcement agencies to keep all materials involving contacts that Trump's administration, campaign and transition team — or…
By Eric Tucker, Associated Press
Sessions had meetings last year with more than 25 foreign ambassadors in his role as a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, and had two separate interactions with the Russian ambassador, Sergey Kislyak, the Justice department said.
House Intelligence Chair Devin Nunes told reporters he's seen no evidence of contact between the Trump campaign and Russian intelligence officials. But Nunes drew criticism after a report revealed that he agreed at the White House's request to help counter…
U.S. intelligence agencies believe Russia attempted to sway the U.S. election through DNC email hacking and an influence campaign. But to what degree were President Trump’s campaign advisers in contact with Russians? And what made Americans susceptible to influence? William…
By Michael D. Regan
Russians marched on Moscow Sunday to commemorate the shooting death of an opposition leader killed two years ago after aggressively criticizing President Vladimir Putin.
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