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Head of Trump-Russia probe under fire, won't step down
The chairman of the House intelligence committee is refusing to step away from its investigation of Russian meddling in the 2016 election, as fresh political allegations brought new cries of protest from Democrats
Trump admin wanted to curtail former AG's Russia testimony, lawyer alleges
The Republican chair of the House Intelligence Committee postponed a hearing featuring former acting Attorney General Sally Yates after her lawyer advised the Trump administration that she was planning to testify about internal discussions about Donald Trump 's former national security adviser,
The Latest: Warner says White House not dispelling suspicion
The top Democrat on the Senate intelligence committee says White House meddling in Congress' Russia investigations is not helping to lift the cloud of suspicion that hangs over the Trump administration
Paul Manafort volunteers to testify in Russia probe as committee cancels other testimony
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes , R-Calif., announced Friday that Paul Manafort , former chairman of Donald Trump 's presidential campaign, has volunteered to testify in front of the committee. Nunes told the press in his announcement Friday that it is up to Manafort to decide
'The View' discusses Michael Flynn's resignation
The co-hosts discuss the surprise resignation of National Security Adviser Gen. Michael Flynn.
A Day After Trump Visits CIA, Conway Slams Ex-CIA Chief as Sounding ‘Like a Partisan Political Hack’
Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway shot back at former CIA Director John Brennan for his criticism of President Trump 's speech to the intelligence agency, saying the former intelligence leader sounded “like a partisan political hack.” "We really would prefer the intelligence community
Chuck Schumer on Women's March: Marching 'Part of The Grand American Tradition'
The Senate minority leader talks about the Women's March and President Trump's first days in office.
President Trump Starts Governing on 1st Full Day in Office
ABC News' Mary Bruce and Jon Karl track the latest news on the first official days of the Trump administration.
'I Don't Like to Lie' and Other Notable Quotes from Trump's Pre-Inauguration Interviews
In the days before the Inauguration, Donald Trump gave a number of interviews, touching on a range of topics from how he likes to receive his intelligence briefings to lying. The president-elect also showed that he's not only thinking about the big day this Friday but looking four years ahead as
Putin Accuses Obama Administration of Spreading False Rumors to Undermine Trump
Putin says the Obama administration is "worse than prostitutes" and maintains Russia did not collect compromising information on Trump when he visited Moscow for the Miss Universe Pageant.