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The Trump administration needs to get all the facts on Comey's firing and get them out fast, former Vice President Dan Quayle said.
A copy of the signed order was not immediately available.
In an exclusive interview with NBC News, Trump said the FBI had been in "turmoil" and called Comey a "showboat."
Comey was set to appear at the Thursday hearing on global threats before his ouster.
Andrew McCabe backed White House claims that former FBI Director James Comey did not ask for additional resources for the Russia probe.
Earlier Thursday, the president told NBC that he was going to fire Comey "regardless" of what the Justice Department recommended.
Russian political interference is spreading to more countries around the world, according to senior U.S. intelligence officials.
The Senate Select Committee on Intelligence has issued a subpoena for former national security advisor Michael Flynn.
The poll was conducted from Thursday to Tuesday, meaning most if not all of the voters responded before Trump fired James Comey.
Trump's meeting with Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov was closed to press — until a Russian photographer attended.
The Senate intel committee announced it's subpoenaing former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn, Vox reports.
Rosenstein's denial comes after The Washington Post and The Wall Street Journal reported he was unhappy with his portrayal of his role in Comey's firing.
Legal experts say Sessions may have indeed violated his own recusal standard, though the unusual issue is by no means clear-cut.
The takeaway for the stock markets: don't bet on any quick legislation around trade, the budget, health care or infrastructure.
Sen. John Thune also says he doesn't expect Democratic support in the Senate for the House-passed health-care bill.
The Kremlin feels cautious optimism about the prospects for an improvement in U.S.-Russian relations, a spokesman said Thursday.
Comey said in a letter to staff that the president had the full authority to fire him.
The Council on Foreign Relations president questions why there's a "somewhat benign view of Russia in the world" by the Trump administration.
Trump's anger hit a tipping point when Comey refused to preview his planned Senate testimony for Trump aides, White House officials said.
The man replacing James Comey as acting director of the FBI is described as a fast-rising, well-respected member of the FBI. NBC News reports.
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An estimated 71.6 million people watched the final debate between White House contenders Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump on TV on Wednesday.
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