The Russian diplomat at the heart of the Trump scandal dismissed the new indictments
According to the Department of Homeland Security, 21 states were targeted, but a small number of them were "successfully penetrated."
Ryan Dickey was re-assigned from the Justice Department's computer crime and intellectual property division to Mueller’s team.
Almost half of voters think the special counsel will clear the president in his Russia investigation by the end of the year.
A former U.S. attorney now says the attorney general "must go" if a new report saying he tried to undermine the Trump-Russia investigation is true.
Could the president's "voter fraud" panel become even stronger in death than in life? Critics are worried.
President Trump's campaign was dumbfounded and afraid on the night of the election in 2016.
Moscow's top diplomat joked that Russia had a "tough year" interfering in every election in the world, regrets it so far failed to topple the Japanese emperor.
Four Russians tied to hacking are being tried for treason in a strange case that could confirm the country's role in U.S. election meddling. Or it's the sign of a Putin power game.
Senator Martin Heinrich says not enough is being done to protect American democracy.
Russia is trying to create chaos in democracies, including its efforts to meddle in the 2016 U.S. election, national security adviser H.R. McMaster said Tuesday.
The special counsel's investigation into Russian meddling during the 2016 election may last at least another year, according to a new report.
For less than $500,000, Russian President Vladimir Putin got what he most wanted out of the Kremlin’s campaign to influence the 2016 U.S. presidential election: a destabilized American democracy and Hillary Clinton out of his hair, U.S. officials say.
The president can't quit Clinton in night time tweet, accuses her of compromising national security.
In an interview with Newsweek, Broaddrick said she blames the Clintons for the men who have allegedly sexually assaulted or harassed women over the last two decades.
Parker said the site created a "social-validation feedback loop ... exactly the kind of thing that a hacker like myself would come up with."
A year has passed since the 2016 election, but you wouldn't know it from Donald Trump's Twitter feed.
Trump's "bad year" has left the Russian media, which once tore into his opponent, lambasting him for his "total collapse."
“America has now jumped off a constitutional cliff.”
Tweets from Russian accounts pushed praise for Trump over criticism by close to a 10-to-1 margin
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