2016 campaign

Ex-Trump Staffer Seeks to Invalidate All Campaign NDAs

Jessica Denson claims Trump's 2016 campaign made staffers, volunteers and contractors sign agreements that barred them from ever disclosing confidential information or publicly criticizing the president, his family or his company.

Trump Advisers' Trial Starts Right Before 2018 Election

In a nightmare scenario for congressional Republicans, the former Trump campaign advisers indicted by the special counsel investigating Russian collusion with campaign officials will start right around the 2018 midterm elections—during the most intense time of campaign season.

Donald Trump Jr. Hinted at Aid for Russian Lawyer

The Russian lawyer who met with Donald Trump Jr. said the president's son offered a change in U.S. law "if we come to power," but promptly lost interest when she did not mention Hillary Clinton. 

New Poll Finds Americans Consider Russia a Threat

The Jan. 9-12 survey found that 82 percent of American adults, including 84 percent of Democrats and 82 percent of Republicans, described Russia as a general "threat" to the United States.

Trump Remarks Put GOP Senate in Jeopardy

Until now, Republican Senate candidates have been able to mostly avoid the "Trump effect." After the past 48 hours, that got much, much harder.