Two of President Trump's key campaign aides lied about secret emails and obscured evidence from investigators all while crafting a campaign that accused Hillary Clinton of doing the same.
"What we should be focusing on are the continued lies of the Clinton administration!"
The congressional watchdog will not begin work for “about five months.”
The Clinton campaign and DNC helped finance the Steele dossier, but important elements of the document have panned out.
The Senate Judiciary Committee launched a probe last week and the House Intelligence Committee may also open an investigation
The Justice Department confirmed that the informant had been released from a confidentiality agreement.
The Campaign Legal Center says the Clinton campaign wasn't up front about paying for research on supposed ties between Donald Trump and Russia.
The Republican National Committee was outraged at a report that Hillary Clinton's campaign financed the Steele dossier but left out one important fact.
The dossier made explosive and salacious allegations about President Donald Trump's links to Russia.
The president also again goes after Hillary Clinton, pointing out that her campaign spent more than his in 2016.
Senator says Obama administration “should have known, you would think, about what was going on "
Informant could not disclose information he gathered on Russian racketeering because he signed a nondisclosure agreement with the FBI
Senators are expected to grill Attorney General Jeff Sessions today.
A self-identified troll says the U.S. struggles with "tax problems, the problem of gays, sexual minorities, weapons" after watching the Netflix soap.
Instead of bringing immediate charges, the Department of Justice investigated the Russian plot for nearly four years
Harvard professor Lawrence Lessig says that if Trump cheated, Clinton deserves payback.