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White House continues to reel after Wolff's tell-all book, 'Fire and Fury' is published early
Trump administration asserts the book is full of "false and fraudulent claims."
FBI, DOJ ramp up Clinton Foundation investigation
The FBI and Justice Department have reenergized an investigation into the Clinton Foundation that started under the Obama administration, two U.S. officials confirmed to ABC News Friday. The case -- run out of the FBI’s field office in Little Rock, Arkansas, where the foundation has offices in the
New questions about whether Trump tried to control Russia probe
The New York Times reports Trump ordered the White House counsel to pressure Attorney General Jeff Sessions to not recuse himself.
Trump caps eventful week with trip to Camp David
President Trump will meet with GOP leaders after tweeting about North Korea, Steve Bannon and the controversial book, "Fire and Fury."
Hillary Clinton calls potential Justice Department investigation 'an abuse of power'
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton spoke out against news the Trump administration is considering appointing a special counsel to investigate her alleged ties to the Uranium One deal in an interview with Mother Jones on Wednesday. Clinton called the possibility a "disastrous step into
Jeff Sessions testifies again before Congress
The attorney general said at first he had no recollection of campaign meeting with George Papadopoulos.
Legal experts weigh in on Sessions’ call to evaluate Clinton allegations
Attorney General Jeff Sessions revealed on Monday that he has authorized senior prosecutors at the Justice Department to evaluate whether allegations regarding the Clinton Foundation and the sale of Uranium One need to be investigated by a special counsel. Sessions’ apparent interest in reexamining
What you need to know about the "Uranium One" deal
Attorney General Jeff Sessions has inquired about the need for a special prosecutor to investigate former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton 's role in approving the 2010 acquisition of U.S. uranium stockpiles by a Russian energy company — a complicated deal that has come to be known simply as
10 times Trump has called for Hillary Clinton and Democrats to be investigated
The idea that President Donald Trump may call for an investigation into Hillary Clinton is not a new one, as he stated it repeatedly during the campaign. The fact that Trump has started bringing it back up recently is a bit of an about-face, however, because he said shortly after the election that
5 key moments from Jeff Sessions' testimony before House Judiciary Committee
Attorney General Jeff Sessions denied suggestions Tuesday that he misled Congress in previous appearances before Senate committees in which he was asked about Trump campaign contacts with Russian officials. Questions about the attorney general's prior answers to Congress came during testimony