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FBI vets: What many are missing about the infamous 'dossier' amid Russia probe
The infamous "dossier" alleging collusion between Donald Trump and the Russian government is filled with inflammatory, uncorroborated and in some cases clearly false claims made by unidentified sources — so much so that a longtime Trump aide mentioned in it filed a pair of lawsuits this week. But
Cyber veteran joins Special Counsel Mueller’s team
A longtime federal prosecutor who specializes in cyber crimes and fraud has joined Special Counsel Robert Mueller ’s team investigating Russia’s meddling in the 2016 presidential election and alleged collusion between Trump associates and Russian operatives. Ryan Dickey, who has worked for the
Trump: Putin's denials of interference in election are sincere
So you know who -- you know who -- you know who -- has really out done himself on his trip to Asia saying he believes president Putin when Putin says that he says he didn't meddle in the election. Then he calls out U.S. Intelligence officials who say otherwise. He calls them political hacks. Then
Russian journalist and Putin challenger defends herself against claims she is a Kremlin plant
In the early 1990s, when Russian presidential candidate Ksenia Sobchak was 11 years old, she said she would open the front door for Vladimir Putin when he came to her home. Putin was there to see her late father, Anatoly Sobchak, who served as the mayor of Saint Petersburg during the troubled years
Angelina Jolie reportedly asked to take down African warlord
Emails released by European media outlets reportedly show a proposed collaboration between Jolie and the International Criminal Court to take down African warlord Joseph Kony.
A look at the Russian compounds nestled in New York suburb and small Maryland town
In a property on Long Island's Gold Coast sits one of several posh homes hidden from eyes of passers-by. Hundreds of miles away, in Centreville, Maryland, is a 45-acre bucolic retreat, complete with a 33-room house that has a vault for fur and 3,000-bottle wine cellar. Aside from offering what
FBI questions US employees in investigation of Russian -owned Kaspersky Labs
Some U.S. officials are concerned Russian spies could use that software to attack critical American infrastructure or snoop on customers.
Jeff Sessions denies allegations of collusion with Russia
Sessions also said it was "false" that he intentionally misled the Senate during confirmation hearings and said he was "not stonewalling" when refusing to answer questions about the firing of ex-FBI Director James Comey.
A who's who in the Trump-Russia probe
Investigators are trying to determine if Trump associates colluded with Russian officials to sway the 2016 election.
Reality Leigh Winner is latest government contractor accused of revealing state secrets
Reality Leigh Winner, a National Security Agency contractor with a top-secret clearance, became the first person to be jailed by the Trump administration after being accused of leaking classified information this week. Winner, 25, allegedly leaked a classified report about Russian election