Looks like the House Intelligence Committee will continue its probe into President Donald Trump and his administration’s alleged ties to Russia and Russian President Vladimir Putin according to a tweet today from ranking Democrat Adam Schiff (CA) indicating an invitation to FBI Director James Comey and National Security Agency Director Mike Rogers to appear before a closed hearing May 2. Back on track: sent letters with @ConawayTX11 | Read More
Sec. Rex Tillerson explained to press at Mar-a-Lago that the United States did inform Moscow of the bombing of the airfield in Syria but they didn’t use any Russian infrastructure to enact it. His comments came moments after President Donald Trump addressed the nation on the 59 Tomahawk missil...
Belgium had looked in control with 16 minutes to go thanks to a double from Benteke. But goals from Aleksei Miranchuk and Bukharov ensured Russia took a share of the spoils in the friendly in Sochi.
In a move that just brings further clarity to the notion that Donald Trump and his team are deeply, deeply connected to Russia, the Kremlin is threatening to leak US intelligence if more and more connections between them and the Trump crew are brought to light.
The deepening ties between Russia and Iran makes U.S.-Russia counter-terror cooperation “difficult if not impossible,” since Iran remains the world’s foremost sponsor of terrorism, former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. John Bolton said Sunday.
Rep. Mike Conaway, a Texas Republican, will take over the House Intelligence Committee's investigation into Russia's interference in the 2016 election, the committee's chairman, Rep. Devin Nunes, announced Thursday.
Anti-corruption protests continued across Russia on Sunday, days after President Vladimir Putin admitted Russia has a problem with state corruption.
If you will recall, Trump held a Press Conference where he vowed to divest his business dealings. Trump had legal representation present to explain his decisions on what to do about his business interests while he is President. Lawyer Sheri Dillion took the podium at one point and announced:
The United States congressional investigations into possible collusion between Donald Trump and Russia to influence the 2016 presidential election now possess “concrete” evidence that there was indeed a conspiracy between the Trump team and Russian officials to use hacked emails and documents in a way that could alter the course of the race, a new report in The Guardian newspaper said on Thursday.
Senate Intelligence Committee Examines Russian Use Of Fake News To Impact Election
Revelations Le Pen wanted to borrow a further €3mn from Russia pose questions on Kremlin interference in French elections.