If president says it, is it classified? If president says it, is it classified?

If President Donald Trump did indeed reveal highly classified information to the Russian foreign minister and Russian ambassador, many lawmakers said his actions are irresponsible and potentially dangerous.

Acting FBI Director McCabe's hearing Acting FBI Director McCabe's hearing

The Senate intelligence committee will host acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe for a hearing Thursday after President Donald Trump fired FBI Director James Comey amid the Russia investigations.

Trump, Putin to meet, Russians announce Trump, Putin to meet, Russians announce

President Donald Trump will meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin in July as part of the G20 summit in Hamburg, Russian state media said Thursday.

Pence: Comey's firing wasn't due to... Pence: Comey's firing wasn't due to...

Vice President Mike Pence on Wednesday praised President Donald Trump's decision to fire FBI Director James Comey and insisted the decision wasn't due to the ongoing probe into alleged ties between Trump's campaign and Russia.

Trump says he fired Comey because he wasn't 'doing a good job' Trump says he fired Comey because he wasn't 'doing a good job'

President Donald Trump said Wednesday he fired FBI Director James Comey "because he wasn't doing a good job," his first in-person comments on the matter since his decision shook Washington Tuesday night.

Trump to meet with Russian minister Trump to meet with Russian minister

President Donald Trump plans to meet with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov on Wednesday, according to his schedule.

James Comey's fall James Comey's fall

James Comey came to the FBI with a hero's reputation: He famously stood up to President George W. Bush's aides in a dramatic hospital-room confrontation over secret wiretapping.

Chelsea Manning set for release Chelsea Manning set for release

Chelsea Manning will be released from military prison next week, according to a statement from her attorneys Tuesday.

After Yates, more questions for WH After Yates, more questions for WH

In a Senate hearing Monday, former acting Attorney��General Sally Yates testified that she warned White House counsel in January that former national security adviser Michael Flynn could be a target for Russian blackmail.

Russia investigations could go to 2018 Russia investigations could go to 2018

Congressional investigators are running into new challenges with their Russia probes, facing a mountain of records to sift through, uncertainty about the leads they are chasing and partisan disagreement over whether there was any collusion between the Kremlin and Trump advisers.


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