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Trump administration praises Honduras amid election crisis
The administration of President Donald Trump is certifying Honduras' progress in protecting human rights and attacking corruption even as the country struggles with a deepening electoral crisis
Rebellious police return to duty amid disputed Honduran vote
Honduran police officers have returned to duty after briefly refusing to enforce a curfew aimed at quelling protests over the slow vote count for the Nov. 26 presidential election
Why Democrats want Attorney General Jeff Sessions to clarify his comments on Russia
Top Democrats are pushing Attorney General Jeff Sessions to explain his testimony to Congress about knowledge of Trump campaign contacts with Russian officials in light of new court documents unsealed in the special counsel's investigation. According to documents unsealed Monday, Trump campaign
Infamous fake Twitter account prompted social media giant to re-evaluate policies
A Russian-backed Twitter account now infamous for luring voters and Trump campaign officials into spreading divisive messages prompted the social media giant to re-evaluate its broader response to suspected Russian election interference, Twitter’s acting general counsel Sean Edgett told lawmakers
Attorney General Jeff Sessions says he has not been interviewed by special counsel in Russia probe
Attorney General Jeff Sessions told the Senate Judiciary Committee Wednesday that he has not be interviewed by Special Counsel Robert Mueller in relation to the ongoing investigation into Russian interference into last year's presidential election. Sessions hesitated when pressed by Sen. Patrick
'Give me a break!': Attorney general after grilling from senator
The contentious back-and-forth with Sen. Al Franken was over Attorney General Jeff Sessions' previous testimony that he never had contact with Russian officials during the 2016 election season.
Trump FBI pick Christopher Wray testifies no one asked him for 'loyalty oath'
Faced with questions about Russian election interference and the possibility of collusion with the Trump campaign, President Trump's nominee for FBI director today stood firm in his belief in the agency’s independence, pushing back against any suggestion that he’d interfere with the Justice
What to watch during Chris Wray's confirmation hearing
ABC News' Amna Nawaz, MaryAlice Parks and ABC News contributor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake discuss the key moments of Chris Wray's confirmation hearing.
Inside Marvel: Darth Vader comic series fills in the gaps between Episodes III and IV
Marvel's Darth Vader writers discuss Vader's evolution and how they are adding to his legacy.
Sen. Warner asks Sessions if he has confidence in special counsel Mueller
Attorney General Jeff Sessions testified before the Senate Intelligence Committee.