By Associated Press, Daria Litvinova, Associated Press
Sen. Angus King, I-Maine, says King joins Hari Sreenivasan to discuss the ongoing Russia investigation, failures by Facebook to regulate the use of its own data, President Trump’s congratulatory call to Russian President Vladimir Putin and securing state election systems.
By PBS NewsHour
The Trump administration officially moved to punish Russia for cyberattacks and election meddling in the U.S. and Europe by imposing sanctions against 19 Russians -- 13 of whom have been indicted in special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation. That word came…
U.S. sanctions targeting 19 Russians is the strongest response to Moscow's interference in the 2016 election and other campaigns and cyberattacks since President Trump took office. Judy Woodruff talks with Michael McFaul, former U.S. ambassador to Russia, about whether the…
After Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee announced they were wrapping up the year-long investigation into Russian meddling into the 2016 U.S. presidential election, ranking member Rep. Adam Schiff says that Democrats are releasing their own report of leads and…
Former Trump campaign aide Rick Gates entered the latest guilty plea in the Russia investigation. As part of a deal cut with special counsel Robert Mueller's office, Gates admitted that he lied to investigators and conspired to conceal unregistered foreign…
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein announced a sweeping federal indictment on Friday afternoon against "Russian conspirators," detailing a highly orchestrated campaign to interfere with the 2016 election by tarnishing Hillary Clinton and promoting Donald Trump. William Brangham reports and Judy…
The Trump administration says it won’t impose any of the sanctions that Congress overwhelmingly voted to level at Russia for meddling in the 2016 U.S. elections. Part of the measure directed the Treasury Department to compile a list of Russian…
President Trump reportedly ordered the dismissal of special counsel Robert Mueller last June, but backed down after White House counsel Don McGahn said he would quit rather than carry out the order, according to The New York Times and others.
Congressional Republicans are fanning doubts about the Russia probe. Without offering direct evidence, one senator spoke of corruption and a "secret society" within the FBI. Meanwhile, a memo drafted by aides to Rep. Devin Nunes reportedly alleges that the FBI…
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