The indictment says that the defendants allegedly, by early to mid 2016, were "supporting the presidential campaign of then-candidate Donald J. Trump." » Read More
By: Kevin Breuninger
The indictment outlines specific ways in which Russia, through numerous individuals and organizations, sought to influence the election. » Read More
By: Christine Wang
Rosenstein repeatedly emphasized that in this particular indictment, there's no evidence of any American knowingly helping the Russian operatives. » Read More
By: Mike Calia
The president reacted to the latest indictment from Robert Mueller's Russia probe. » Read More
Reed Cordish, who had been involved in a wide range of policy initiatives, is close to Ivanka Trump and her husband, Jared Kushner.
Trump has repeatedly called Mueller's Russia investigation a "witch hunt" and a "hoax."
"It is now clear that the warning signs were there and tips to the FBI were missed. We see the tragic consequences of those failures," Sessions said.
The FBI said that a tip it received about accused Florida shooter Nikolas Cruz should have caused him to be assessed as a threat, but proper protocols were not followed.
The Commerce Department is recommending that President Trump slap quotas or tariffs on foreign steel and aluminum producers.
Chief of Staff Vivieca Wright Simpson allegedly lied and altered a document to get the VA to pay for travel for the secretary's wife.
Trump's administration made the move to end the program and force a divided Congress to come to a solution to shield the immigrants.
In a conversation with CNBC's John Harwood, Flake describes how he balances his conservative principles with his challenges to Trump.
How each senator voted on the failed immigration measures.
The magazine says the description of the affair comes from an eight-page, handwritten chronicle that Karen McDougal had written.
Most of the officials who have faced scrutiny had been the target of complaints about their travel practices.
Romney would boast a national profile rarely, if ever, seen from a first-term junior senator.
"I think it was handled extremely poorly," the Arizona Republican tells CNBC's John Harwood.
CNBC's John Harwood talks to Sen. Jeff Flake. Here's what the Arizona Republican said about immigration.
Flake talks to CNBC's John Harwood about his fellow Arizona Republican Sen. John McCain, who is battling brain cancer.
In a rebuke, a measure favored by President Donald Trump got the fewest votes of all four immigration-related amendments.
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