Prince Harry thought ex-girlfriend would be "harassed to death"
In legal filings made as part of his phone-hacking lawsuit, Harry said he was "scared" Chelsy Davy would be " harassed to death."
Prince Harry avoids the media after bumping into photographer at court
The Duke of Sussex arrived at the Royal Courts of Justice using a side door on Tuesday after bumping into a photographer at the main entrance the day before.
U.K. tabloid says Prince Harry wiretap case has a fatal flaw
Associated Newspapers Limited, which Harry and a number of high-profile figures are suing over illegal information gathering, released a statement on Monday.
AP Wants to Know Why DHS Marked Reporter as Possible Informant
"This is a flagrant example of a federal agency using its power to examine the contacts of journalists," AP Executive Editor Julie Pace wrote in a letter.
Texas Mother Records Call With Son to Help Police Charge Him With Murder
Christopher Michael Garcia, 17, was charged with the murder of Misael Sanchez, 19, after the teenager allegedly stabbed the other to death during a fight in Austin last month.
Trump To Order DOJ To Investigate Alleged FBI Spying
President Donald Trump demanded a U.S. Department of Justice investigation into allegations that the DOJ or the FBI infiltrated his presidential campaign -- something he suggested was ordered by the Obama administration.
Fox News Wrong About Trump Vindication: Experts
The president's claims that Obama wiretapped Trump Tower aren't true even after Manafort disclosure, say legal experts.
Trump "Wiretap" Claim is False: Department of Justice
In a stunning late night filing, the Department of Justice stated that neither the FBI nor its National Security Division wiretapped Trump Tower, contradicting a bombshell claim Trump made in a series of early morning tweets on March 4.
Congress Seeks Number of Americans Under Surveillance
The request comes as some Republican lawmakers, many of whom have stridently defended U.S. surveillance programs in the past, express sudden interest in considering additional privacy safeguards.
Fillon Camp Claims Wiretapping in Corruption Probe
The former presidential frontrunner is criticized for spinning 'conspiracy theories.'
Nunes Apologizes For Handling of Trump Spying Claim
Democrats were upset that Nunes made the comments to the media and then briefed Trump in the White House without informing them.
The FBI Did Wiretap Trump Tower But Not to Spy on Trump
The bureau monitored a Russian crime ring in the building from 2011 to 2013.
Trump Campaign Was Subject to 'Incidental' Surveillance
Rep. Devin Nunes said he obtained the information from a source he did not identify. Democrats said they had not been consulted about the information before the news conference.
Lawmakers Say No Proof for Trump's Wiretapping Claims
FBI Director is expected to be asked about the president's surveillance assertions at a hearing Monday.
DOJ Gives Documents on Wiretap Claim to Congress
A congressional official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said the House Intelligence Committee was examining the documents and might issue a public statement about them.
Britain's GCHQ Dismisses Claims it Wiretapped Trump
Trump made explosive accusations amid a Russia scandal in his administration.
Senate Panel: No Evidence to Trump's Wiretap Claim
Trump accused Obama of wiretapping him during the late stages of the campaign, but provided no evidence. Obama said through a spokesman that it was "simply false."
Trump Stands By, But Qualifies, Obama 'Wiretap' Claims
The president said that "wiretapping" covers "surveillance and many other things."
U.K. Officials Deny Spy Agencies Eavesdropped on Trump
The official told Reuters that the charge made by Fox News analyst Andrew Napolitano was "totally untrue and quite frankly absurd."
Four Times Trump Didn't Mean Exactly What He Said
The White House press secretary said Trump doesn't think President Obama wiretapped him, even though he tweeted that.
DOJ Wants More Time on Trump Wiretap Evidence
President Trump accused his Democratic predecessor of wiretapping him, a charge that Obama spokesman Kevin Lewis said was "simply false."
Trump Associate Suggests Microwaves Used for Spying
Kellyanne Conway made the remarks to a New Jersey newspaper.
White House Daily Briefing for March 13
Sean Spicer's press conference came on the day the Department of Justice has been asked to provide documents related to President Trump's wiretapping claim.
McCain: Trump Must Retract or Justify Wiretapping Claim
The House Intelligence Committee has set a Monday deadline for Justice to turn over any evidence it may have related to the president's accusations.
House Intel Chief Has Seen No Evidence of Trump Wiretap
Republican Representative Devin Nunes told reporters that if Trump's assertion were true, leaders of Congress and the chairman of its two intelligence committees should have been briefed.
White House Daily Briefing for March 7, 2017
It's fair to say there have been some developments since Sean Spicer's last on-camera briefing.
White House Rejects Comey Wiretapping Reports
The New York Times reported that Comey asked the Department of Justice to speak out against wiretapping claims.
Trump, FBI Likely Didn't Speak About Wiretap Claim
FBI head James Comey has asked the Justice Department to reject Trump's accusation that former President Barack Obama ordered a wiretap at Trump Tower.
Why Does Trump Think Obama Spied on Him?
Origins of the explosive claim apparently lie in Breitbart, talk radio and the reports of a former British MP.
Comey Asked DOJ to Debunk Trump Wiretapping Claims: NYT
Comey says Trump's accusations are false and is worried about FBI credibility, 'New York Times' reports.