H.R. McMaster replaces Michael Flynn as Trump’s national security adviser
Lt. Gen McMasters is a highly decorated active duty Army officer openly critical of the military's past mistakes.
Documentary championed by Trump featured bogus interviews, Swedish police say
'We were answering completely different questions.'
Trump: News is ‘the enemy of the American people’
Trump's latest attack on the press follows a deluge of leaks detailing his campaign's ties to Moscow.
New bill forces police to obtain warrant for ‘Stingray’ phone surveillance
H.R. 1601 would significantly curtail the warrantless use of cell-site simulators.
Michael Flynn allegedly misled FBI about Russia call, contradicting earlier report
Things aren't going well for Trump's former national security adviser.
What did Mike Pence know about Russia’s Trump ties?
Trump campaigns aides were reportedly in 'constant' contact with Russia. Mike Pence claimed otherwise.
White House’s Omarosa Manigault accused of threatening a veteran D.C. journalist
The former reality TV star also allegedly claimed she was keeping 'dossiers' on journalists.
Trump claims ‘crackdown’ in ICE raids, but authorities say arrests are ‘status quo’
The president's 'crackdown' is just a 'routine' law enforcement operation, immigration officials say.
Trump’s national security adviser may have violated federal law in Russia call
Michael Flynn is accused of discussing sanctions with Russian officials.
U.S. senator asks FBI to explain plan to abandon FOIA requests by email
Sen. Wyden's letter is critical of the FBI's new policy, claiming it may place an 'unnecessary burden' on FOIA requesters.
Leaked White House order may allow U.S. companies to sell conflict minerals
Global Witness said the action 'could actually undermine U.S. national security.'
Bernie Sanders rebukes Republicans for silencing Elizabeth Warren
'We need to hear all points of view,' Sanders said.
FBI to lift restrictions on online FOIA system after reports it would ditch email, switch to fax
FOIA submissions via email will remain unavailable after March 1.
Cities with more immigrants enjoy less crime, study finds
Immigrants create 'vibrant communities' and generate 'economic growth.'
FBI will revert to using fax machines, snail mail for FOIA requests
Starting March 1, the FBI will no longer accept FOIA requests via email.