For once, the president is insisting that a New York Times report is true. The CIA denies that report and one by The Intercept, too.
Two people are seen in handcuffs after the vehicle runs into a barrier outside the campus of the intelligence agency.
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 Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Reauthorization Act, which Congress recently passed, lets the government spy on a variety of personal internet communications.
The odds are against anyone ever answering for recent "inadvertent" deletions of electronic data at the two agencies.
Citing documents leaked by whistleblower Edward Snowden, the report raises concern about potential use of the highly refined software against civilians.
The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) Amendments Reauthorization Act would consolidate the FBI’s power to search Americans’ digital communications without a warrant.
The former Times reporter explains how the government influenced the paper to suppress his post-9/11 reporting, citing national security concerns.