Russian Election Interference News
The Latest: Justice Dept to step up review of bump stocks
The Justice Department says it is moving quickly with its review of "bump stock" devices after President Donald Trump directed the agency to propose regulations banning them
With new elections near, US strains to curb Russia meddling
The first congressional primaries are just two weeks away, and the U.S. government has done little so far to aggressively combat the kind of Russian election interference that's been revealed.
10 Things to Know for Wednesday
Among 10 Things to Know: Florida students take on Legislature, Trump wants bump stocks ban, another guilty plea in Mueller probe
The Latest: Law firm says it fired van der Zwaan last year
The law firm where a lawyer charged by special counsel Robert Mueller used to work says it fired him last year and has been cooperating with authorities.
The Note: Trump's policy choices stark on guns, immigration
The TAKE with Rick Klein President Donald Trump may be more likely to poll the folks at Mar-a-Lago than consult a public opinion poll on the subjects of the day. (In either event, he’s far more likely to trumpet the results that conform to his worldview.) But whether it’s based on statistics or
Students protest outside White House after deadly school shooting
Trump's press secretary said he supports efforts to improve the federal background check system.
The Latest: Trump again attacks Obama on Twitter
President Donald Trump is again attacking his predecessor on Twitter, asking why he didn't do more to prevent Russian election meddling
Backlash after Trump fumes over Russia investigation , links it to Florida shooting
President Donald Trump felt liberated Friday afternoon, sources close to him told ABC News, when the news broke that the special counsel probing interference in the 2016 presidential election unveiled a grand jury indictment of 13 Russian nationals and three Russian groups accused of meddling “with
'Russia did not meddle': Kremlin dismisses US indictments on election interference
The Russian government has dismissed U.S. allegations of interference in the 2016 presidential election , saying it does not meddle in other countries' affairs. The comment was the Kremlin's first response since special counsel Robert Mueller announced charges Friday against 13 Russian nationals
Trump says FBI missed signals from Florida shooter due to Russia probe
President Trump tweeted that the "FBI missed many signals sent out by the Florida school shooter," because the agency is "trying to prove Russian collusion with the Trump campaign."