The former presidential candidate says she could take action if Russian interference in the 2016 campaign is deeper than we know.
The Russia probe's special counsel is targeting officials close to President Trump for questioning.
Bipartisan House representatives are joining the Senate in trying to protect the special counsel.
Obama’s former national security adviser has explained why she requested the names of Trump aides from intelligence reports.
The Trump-Russia special counsel isn't enough, according to a former FBI agent—he thinks there should also be one for Clinton's emails.
Hicks is one of six past and current Trump administration aides whom Robert Mueller reportedly wants to question.
His latest explanation: He was worried about Hillary Clinton.
Simpson’s research firm is at the heart of multiple allegations of ties between President Donald Trump and Russia.
The commentator has joined a recent chorus predicting that Donald Trump will decide to call time on his presidency.
Trump is going to leave the White House before 2018, said Tony Schwartz, who helped write "The Art of the Deal."
Manafort ran Trump’s campaign for three months and attended Donald Trump Jr.’s meeting with a Russian lawyer in June 2016.
Christopher Steele has gone into hiding since his explosive allegations about President Donald Trump were made public.
The use of a grand jury suggests the Russia probe will go on and on, to the president's chagrin.
Funding to fight Russian misinformation would also be used to combat ISIS propaganda.
Ronnie Abrams recused herself suddenly from the emoluments lawsuits last month.
The U.S. will lose 755 staff from its diplomatic missions in Russia and have two properties seized on September 1.
Senior Obama official tells Sessions "don't quit" after Trump calls him 'VERY weak.'
The White House has characterized special counsel Robert Mueller and his team as Democratic partisans—but Mueller is a registered Republican.