A member of the Senate Intelligence Committee argued that the Senate should look into the suspected ties between Russia and the NRA.
Representative Adam Schiff said House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes changed a controversial memo after the panel reviewed it.
The restaurant of a man who became an internet sensation for seasoning meat is now facing an investigation from the New York City Health Department.
Mark Corallo left President Donald Trump's legal team last July.
Haig said that he no longer sells ammunition and that he doesn't know "wacko" Stephen Paddock.
Representative Adam Schiff condemned Trump's alleged attempt to get rid of the special counsel.
The frigid waters near Alcatraz have deadly currents and sharks. But there is mounting evidence three prisoners might have survived.
The president says he's "looking forward" to testifying under oath for the special counsel's Russia probe, but he may face some surprising questions.
Investigators reportedly talked to Flynn on January 24, 2017, without a lawyer present.
The hashtag "#ReleaseTheMemo" exploded on Twitter last Thursday.
Robert Mueller reportedly wants to know more about Comey's Trump memos.
After Christopher Wray's threat, the attorney general apparently backed off from his call to fire Andrew McCabe.
Andrew McCabe has been a target of both Jeff Sessions and President Donald Trump.
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.
The panel will be meeting with Steve Bannon and FBI and Justice Department employees.
Bannon has agreed to an interview with the committee, which is investigating Russia's election meddling and links to the Trump campaign.
Trump campaign advisers Paul Manafort and Rick Gates are alleged to have bilked a Russian tycoon with ties to both President Vladimir Putin and the Russian mafia out of millions of dollars.
Ryan Dickey was re-assigned from the Justice Department's computer crime and intellectual property division to Mueller's team.
"But he knew and I knew that it was a moral issue," she told THR. "He had to continue, even when that meant putting a lot on the line."