An ex-CIA Moscow station chief, in this week's podcast of "Skulduggery," says the poisoning of a Russian double agent in England has the signs of a hit by the Kremlin. Also, comic Randy Credico denies he alerted Roger Stone to WikiLeaks' dumping of Clinton emails.
Rep. Ted Lieu, D-Calif., a member of the House Judiciary Committee, said he was “absolutely” impugning Jared Kushner’s patriotism when he tweeted Wednesday that “we don’t know where his loyalties lie” — whether to America or “bailing out his and his family’s debts.”
The strange case of Grigory Rodchenkov, who blew the whistle on Russia's Olympic doping operation and fled to the U.S., takes another turn.
Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee have a list of 20 to 30 witnesses they still want to question in the Russia investigation but fear that Republicans will prevent them from doing so, Rep. Jackie Speier, D-Calif., says.
In the latest episode of "Skullduggery," the Yahoo News podcast with Michael Isikoff and Daniel Klaidman, a former FEC lawyer panned President Trump's attorney Michael Cohen's statement about facilitating a payment to porn star Stormy Daniels during the campaign.
Trump has returned to one phrase — "witch hunt" — time and again — and repackaged with typical Trumpian hyperbole. “This is the single greatest witch hunt of a politician in American history!” Trump tweeted last May after ex-FBI director Robert Mueller was appointed as Justice Department special
The whistleblower who exposed Russia’s systematic doping of Olympic athletes has been warned by U.S. officials that Russian agents may be inside the United States looking for him and that new security measures needed to be taken to insure his safety, the lawyer for the whistleblower tells Yahoo News.
Former national security adviser Michael Flynn confirmed Friday that he is cooperating with special counsel Robert Mueller, after pleading guilty to lying to the FBI about two conversations he had with the Russian ambassador in the weeks before President Trump took office.
Federal officials have serious questions about the credibility of a key witness in congressional investigations of Hillary Clinton’s role in the Uranium One sale.
The lawsuit represents the latest legal challenge to President Trump’s controversial decision to retain ownership of his international real estate firm, which operates the Trump International Hotel in a building leased from the government’s General Services Administration.
The indictment of Paul Manafort and his associate Richard Gates relies on records seized in the 'no-knock' search of Manafort's home in July. The records allegedly showed that Trump campaign officials Manafort and Gates had been directly involved in a lobbying campaign on behalf of the
A former Donald Trump campaign adviser was secretly arrested in July and has pleaded guilty to charges of lying to the FBI about contacts with Russia during the 2016 campaign, according to court documents unsealed by special counsel Robert Mueller on Monday.
An election watchdog group charges that the Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee hid expenditures for the research that went into the dossier about alleged ties between Russia and the Trump campaign.
In a feisty statement to be delivered to the House Intelligence Committee, Roger Stone, President Trump’s longtime political adviser, denies any collusion with Russia during last year’s presidential election and accuses panel members of “cowardice” for insisting that he testify behind closed doors rather
Yahoo News interviews Roger Stone, President Trump’s longtime political adviser, about the expected indictment of Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort and Stone’s upcoming appearance before the House Intelligence Committee.
A campaign finance reform group, accusing Facebook of being used as an “accomplice” in a Russian influence scheme, is calling on company chairman Mark Zuckerberg to reverse his position and publicly release “secretly-sponsored” Russian political ads that ran on its platform during last year’s presidential
A key Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee said the panel needs to seek testimony from Felix Sater, a business associate of President Trump, and may ultimately have to call the president himself in light of newly disclosed emails about a prospective Trump Tower project in Moscow.
“I’m absolutely not” going to cooperate with the committee, the far-right provocateur Charles C. Johnson said in an interview, after returning from London.
As CEOs of major corporations began fleeing President Trump’s two business advisory councils yesterday to protest his remarks about the neo-Nazi violence in Virginia, Trump disbanded both groups.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said neo-Nazi and white supremacist groups “should not be welcome anywhere in America.”
Attorney General Jeff Sessions vowed to crack down on what he called a “staggering” number of leaks of classified information since the Trump took office.
A federal judge ordered the FBI to conduct a new search for decades-old documents about a U.S. government program to purge the federal workforce of gays and lesbians.