President Trump 'Looking Forward' To Being Questioned Under OathPresident Donald Trump says he's more than willing to answer questions under oath as part of the special counsel's Russia investigation.
A New Top Priority for National Security, Regaining Warfighting EdgeDefense Sec. Jim Mattis says countering China and Russia are military's top national security priorities now outpacing threat of terrorism.
House Panel Interviewing Bannon After His Fall From PowerThe House Intelligence Committee is poised to question Steve Bannon on Tuesday.
Manafort Sues Mueller, Justice Department Over Russia ProbePresident Donald Trump's former campaign chairman is suing special counsel Robert Mueller and the Justice Department.
Poll: Most Americans Believe Trump Trying To Obstruct Russia ProbeA new poll reveals that most Americans think Donald Trump did something wrong regarding possible connections between his presidential campaign and Russia.
IOC To Allow Russians To Compete As Neutrals At OlympicsRussian athletes will be allowed to compete at the upcoming Pyeongchang Olympics as neutrals despite orchestrated doping at the 2014 Sochi Games, the International Olympic Committee said Tuesday.
Former National Security Adviser Flynn Pleads Guilty To Lying To FBIFormer Trump national security adviser Michael Flynn has pleaded guilty to making false statements to the FBI about his contacts with a Russian diplomat.
Trump Unloads On Twitter Ahead Of Joint Press Appearance In VietnamPresident Donald Trump unleashed a series of tweets going after “haters and fools” who question his ties to Russia and mocking the shape of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.
Manafort, Gates Surrender And Plead Not Guilty In Russia ProbePaul Manafort, President Donald Trump’s former campaign manager, has surrendered to federal authorities in the ongoing Russia probe.
Trump Weighs In On 'Fake' Dossier On His Alleged Russia TiesPresident Donald Trump is questioning what he says is a "fake" dossier of allegations about his connections to Russia.
Twitter To Talk To House, Senate In Russia ProbeSocial media giant Twitter will visit Capitol Hill as part of the House and Senate investigations into Russian interference in the 2016 elections.
Pa. Official: Russian Hackers May Have Hoped To Alter Voter RecordsPennsylvania's top elections official says he thinks Russian hackers who tried to access the state's election systems last year had hoped to alter voter registration records in an effort to sow confusion and frustration.
Russians Targeted Pennsylvania Election System, State ToldFederal authorities told officials in Pennsylvania that Russian hackers unsuccessfully tried to access election systems in the state before last year's presidential election.
Putin Says US Will Have To Shed 755 From Diplomatic StaffRussian President Vladimir Putin says the United States will have to cut its diplomatic staff in Russia by 755 under new sanctions from Moscow.
House Punishes Russia, Blocks Trump From Waiving PenaltiesThe House has overwhelmingly backed a new package of sanctions against Moscow that prohibits President Donald Trump from waiving the penalties without first getting permission from Congress.