The U.S. president tweeted that his eldest son is the victim of “the greatest Witch Hunt in political history."
President Donald Trump once appeared in a music video for the man who set up a meeting between his son and a Russian attorney.
A New York Times story about Donald Trump, Jr. raises a big question: What campaign has time for its top officials to meet with some Russian lawyer they never met?
Donald Trump Jr. confirmed he met with a Kremlin-connected Russian lawyer last summer.
President tweets that both countries will work together on an "impenetrable Cyber Security unit" so that elections will be guarded.
It would have been impossible not to discuss sanctions at the meeting, says a former diplomat.
He says that there is no evidence that any country other than Russia was involved in hacking the 2016 election.
Dubious Russian intelligence is behind accusations that Lynch interfered in an FBI investigation of candidate Hillary Clinton.
America's relationship with Russia is at an all-time low and the photos should reflect that, says a former U.S. diplomat.
Peter W. Smith recruited a team to embark on the extensive online search.
Manafort received $17.1 million for his work on behalf of a pro-Russian party in Ukraine. But why did he wait so long to declare it?
“The current administration sells half-truths and lies like they’re day-old cookies at a bake sale."
Host Brit Hume followed other figures who suggested that even if collusion were proven, it wouldn't be a crime.
Last year there was a 40 percent increase in government data breaches, with 72 across American government systems.
Sources say that President Donald Trump asked to of his top intelligence officials to refute that his campaign colluded with Russia.
Senators were left frustrated by the Department of Homeland Security's refusal.
Obama officials like former Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson warn Russia and others will be back to meddle in elections if Trump isn’t careful.
CIA Director Mike Pompeo faces questions about why Trump's national security adviser Mike Flynn heard secrets.
Senator Sheldon Whitehouse says evidence points to former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn cooperating with the FBI's Russia investigation.
Senator Angus King estimates the probe is only a fifth of the way to completion.