An Associated Press review finds some truth in a set of memos accusing the Trump campaign of working with the Russian government. But libel complaints argue otherwise, and collusion remains an open question.
The Justice Department gives House Republicans more than 1,000 documents related to the Russia investigation and the handling of its probe into Hillary Clinton's emails.
American political forces, not Kremlin masterminds, are responsible for the ongoing damage to our democracy.
The declassified memo counters GOP allegations that the FBI abused its surveillance powers in its investigation into Russian election interference.
For all the hype, the Nunes memo was a legal dud that may cost the congressman from California.
The GOP memo, however, includes revelations that may complicate efforts by the president and his allies to undermine Robert Mueller's Russia investigation.
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.
Many Democrats and progressives want Donald Trump removed from office for understandable reasons. But the “Russia thing” could end with dire consequences, says journalist Robert Parry.