In April, hundreds of bodies were found lying on streets in Bucha, a town near the Ukrainian capital Kyiv.
Footage of actor Steven Seagal filming in a Donetsk prison has reaffirmed his ties with Russia. Newsweek Fact Check traces the timeline of this relationship.
President Joe Biden's approval rating is declining dramatically as Americans face high prices for goods and struggle to purchase homes.
Trump's efforts to dismiss claims of Russia collusion were dealt two blows this week thanks to a newly-released DOJ report and an acquittal for Sussmann.
"Our Country is going to HELL, and Michael Sussmann is not guilty. How's everything else doing?" Trump wrote in a rant on social media.
During her current and previous positions as a judge in Washington, D.C., Jackson has ruled on cases related to the former president.
The Trump ally said that the special counsel's recent court motion against a former Clinton lawyer means his conviction in the Russia probe was a "fraud."
This is the latest action the Russian government has taken to crack down on any opposition.
Russian media assessed the results of the virtual talk between the U.S. and Russian leaders on Tuesday.
The FOIA attorney for Buzzfeed News said the court's decision "reaffirms the public's right to understand how the government makes important decisions."
"The coverage was no more than a politically motivated farce," Trump said in a letter directed to the Pulitzer Prize interim administrator, Bud Kliment.
A former chief strategist for the pro-Trump Great America PAC and an ally to Bush administration allegedly sought campaign contribution by foreign nationals.
Prosecutor John Durham might be contemplating charges against some FBI employees and others outside the government.
A portion of the memo made public by the Biden administration shows senior DOJ officials concluded that the evidence could not support an obstruction prosecution against Trump.
U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson had harsh words Monday for former Attorney General William Barr, saying the Justice Department should not have withheld a memo from a watchdog group.
Late Wednesday evening, the president issued pardons for more than two dozen people—including the father of his son-in-law and several longtime political allies.
Attorney General William Barr told AP that Durham's investigation has "narrowed considerably" since it started in 2019 and now "really is focused on the activities of the Crossfire Hurricane investigation within the FBI."
Vice President Mike Pence "lied about handwritten notes of mine from 2016 that referenced unsubstantiated Russian allegation about Secretary Clinton" during his debate with Senator Kamala Harris, former CIA Director John Brennan tweeted on Wednesday night.
"The single greatest political CRIME in American History, the Russia Hoax," the president said.
The same group accused of meddling in the 2016 elections has been found by an FBI investigation to run a right-wing news site targeting U.S. voters ahead of the 2020 election.
Strzok was fired from the bureau after text messages from 2016 were released that revealed anti-Trump remarks between himself and FBI lawyer Lisa Page.
Kevin Clinesmith, who worked as a lawyer with the FBI for four years, is the first person to be charged in the Justice Department's review of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's 2017 investigation.
An attorney for the former FBI lawyer told the Associated Press Friday his client planned to plead guilty to falsifying a government email in 2017.
"Mr. Chairman, let her answer the question. Just because it's a woman testifying doesn't mean she has to be cut off every answer," Senator Patrick Leahy told Graham.
Graham's probe kicked off in earnest Wednesday when the Judiciary Committee heard the testimony of the former official who appointed Robert Mueller.
"I have confidence in Mr. Mueller's integrity," former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein testified Wednesday.
Ambassador Susan Rice wrote in the email that President Obama had emphasized that everything should be done "by the book."
The subpoena requests are part of the committee's investigation into whether the Russia investigation was politically motivated.
"Our concern over potential criminality is focused on others," Barr told reporters on Monday.