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Sessions vows review of 'media subpoenas' amid ramped-up leak investigations
Attorney General Jeff Sessions issued a warning Friday to members of the media, promising a review of the subpoena policy regarding leaks of classified information and characterizing the publication of such materials as an action that "place[s] lives at risk." He also warned that the federal
The Note: Trump's family-first defense
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW TODAY President Trump wraps up his trip to Paris by watching the Bastille Day celebrations and returns home to deal with the repercussions of Donald Trump Jr.’s meeting with a Russian lawyer in June 2016. Who knew what when? Donald Trump. Jr said he didn’t initially tell his
Trump takes foreign trip amid son's Russia meeting firestorm
ABC News' Amna Nawaz, and Rick Klein and Pierre Thomas discuss President Trump and Macron's press conference.
Trump defends son Donald Jr. again during Paris visit: 'Most people would have taken that meeting'
President Donald Trump defended his son, Donald Jr., again over the controversial meeting he held with a Russian attorney during the campaign last year, calling him a "great young man" and saying that "most people would have taken that meeting."
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.
Miranda Kerr gives $8M of jewelry to the Justice Department
Model Miranda Kerr has turned over more than $8 million worth of jewelry to the U.S. Justice Department , jewels that may have been purchased with misappropriated funds, The Wall Street Journal reported today . The pieces, which include an 8.88-carat diamond pendant worth $3.8 million and a diamond
Trump reacts to Washington Post report that Obama administration was aware of Russia hacking plot
The president blames the Obama administration for not doing enough to stop Russia's interference in the 2016 presidential election.
Senate probes Loretta Lynch's alleged interference in Clinton email investigation
A bipartisan group of Senate Judiciary Committee leaders is examining former Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s alleged interference in the Hillary Clinton email investigation. The group is seeking details about Lynch's communication with a Clinton campaign aide, as well as copies of documents and
Trump tweets about Clinton after news of obstruction of justice investigation
It has been 219 days since the 2016 presidential election , but that didn't stop President Donald Trump today from tweeting about his defeated rival Hillary Clinton ’s purported “obstruction” and “dealings with Russia.” The president's tweets appeared to be a response to reports that Department of
Sen. Cornyn questions Jeff Sessions
Attorney general sessions. Former director komen is loaded letter to FBI employees when he you know she terminated. Started this way said I've long believed that a president can fire an FBI director for any reason or no reason all. You agree with that. Yes and I think that was. Differing and decide