At the intersection of law and politics, the indictment of 13 Russians and three Russian businesses is about as big as it gets.
Aaron Maté, host for The Real News Network and a contributor to The Nation, discusses how the mainstream media is covering the story.
The publication of the GOP memo of the House intelligence committee and reports of other documents increasingly suggest not only a “Russiagate” without Russia but also something darker.
For all the hype, the Nunes memo was a legal dud that may cost the congressman from California.
In a review of texts between FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, The Wall Street Journal found "no evidence of a conspiracy" against the president.
The president declines to express confidence in Rod Rosenstein, but two White House sources say Trump is not planning to fire the deputy attorney general.
The Justice Department objects to the plan to release a memo on the Russia investigation that Republicans say shows improper use of surveillance by the FBI.
The memo purports to show improper use of surveillance by the FBI and the Justice Department in the Russia investigation.
The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Reauthorization Act, which Congress recently passed, lets the government spy on a variety of personal internet communications.