The questions raised by the latest memo from a group of intelligence veterans are well-founded and demand a full investigation.
The Russiagate furor over Donald Trump Jr. all but forgets that Clinton supporters paid an ex-British spy to dig up dirt on Trump Sr. inside Russia, then hawked the report to news media.
The New York Times names Ezra Cohen-Watnick and Michael Ellis as the sources of the classified materials divulged by the House Intelligence Committee chairman earlier this month.
In the frenzy over the Trump team's talks with Russians, a darker story may be getting missed: how "deep state" surveillance powers control American leaders.
If the president wants a full-blown investigation to address his wiretapping claims against his predecessor, let’s have it—and get the answers to three crucial questions in the process.
"The only question is why the president would make up such a thing," says panel member Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif.