Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe said Thursday May 11, 2017, that the ousted FBI director “enjoyed broad support” among rank and file FBI agents. President Donald Trump calls the fired director a “grandstander.”
Twice in past week, legislators on Capitol Hill heard details about the investigation into Russian influence in the Trump administration. The testimony about the probe underscored the cloud that remains over the White House.
Despite fierce objections by a key NATO ally, President Donald Trump has signed off on a plan to directly arm Syrian Kurds in the fight to take back the Islamic State capital of Raqqa in Syria, the Pentagon announced on Tuesday.
On Monday, May 8, 2017, Texas Sens. Ted Cruz and John Cornyn questioned former Acting Attorney General Sally Yates and former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper about classified emails and President Donald Trump’s travel ban instead of Russian interference in the 2016 election.
President Donald Trump’s administration still needs to answer questions about how it decided to launch the Jan. 29 operation in Yemen that killed a Navy SEAL and many Yemeni civilians, the American Civil Liberties Union said in a new lawsuit filed on Monday morning.
The U.S. intelligence community says it conducted surveillance on 106,469 targets overseas last year, up for the fourth straight year since NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden revealed the extent of such spying. Capitol Hill wants more information.
Survivors and relatives of victims from the 2002 Bali bombing reacted on Saturday to the news that a U.S. war court had charged Indonesian detainee Riduan “Hambali” Isomuddin at Guantánamo Bay in connection with the attack.
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U.S. charges Guantánamo detainee with 2002 Bali bombing
Injured Capitol Police officer throw first pitch at Congressional Women's Softball Game
McConnell reveals GOP health care bill, Schumer calls it 'a wolf in sheep's clothing'