WASHINGTON ? The Senate Intelligence Committee on Thursday voted unanimously to give its leaders “blanket authority” to issue any subpoena they deem appropriate in their investigation into Russian interference in the U.S. election and...Show More Summary
Rachel Maddow reports on the Senate Intelligence Committee being briefed on Kaspersky Lab, a Russia-linked cyber firm that happens to have paid money to Mike...
Former FBI Director James Comey, who was fired by President Trump, has agreed to speak at an open Senate Intelligence Committee hearing, which will take place after Memorial Day. Read more Comments
The Senate Intelligence Committee reportedly spotlighted the potential threat surrounding a Russian cyber security firm during a classified hearing on Wednesday.
The announcement comes after the Senate Intelligence Committee issued subpoenas Tuesday afternoon to the former national security adviser’s two firms.
The Senate Intelligence Committee subpoenaed Michael Flynn. He didn’t come. They asked for this documents. He refuses to produce. The House House Intelligence Committee apparently wants in on some of that fine Fifth Amendment action,...Show More Summary
The Director of National Intelligence has told a Senate committee that he cannot publicly comment on whether Donald Trump asked him to push back against an investigation into possible collusion between Trump campaign advisers and Russia. Show More Summary
General Michael T. Flynn says he won’t give the U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee the information they want unless they guarantee him immunity from criminal prosecution. The Committee is investigating Russia’s role in the 2016 presidential election. Show More Summary
So Director of National Intelligence and former Republican Senator Dan Coats would say out loud and on camera what Trump said to him about the investigation. His overly hesitant answer to the Senate Intelligence Committee starts at the :47 mark. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON, May 23 (Reuters) - The leaders of the U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee said on Tuesday they would subpoena two of former national security adviser Michael Flynn's businesses after Flynn declined to comply with a subpoena for documents in the panel's Russia probe. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn could face a criminal charge of contempt of Congress if the Senate Intelligence Committee isn’t pleased with his response to its latest round of … Click to Continue »
The chairman and ranking member of the Senate Intelligence Committee announced today two subpoenas are being issued for Michael Flynn's businesses.
The Senate Intelligence Committee said it is issuing new subpoenas for documents from two Virginia-based business entities controlled by Michael Flynn. The move suggests the committee is turning up the heat on Flynn, who was forced to...Show More Summary
The Senate Intelligence Committee said Tuesday it would subpoena the former national security adviser’s businesses for Russia-related documents, potentially bypassing the Fifth Amendment.
Because former Trump adviser Michael Flynn, citing the 5th Amendment, has refused to turn over documents related to Russia, the Senate Intelligence Committee is trying another approach.
"A business does not have a right to take the Fifth."
The Senate Intelligence Committee has requested documents from two businesses linked to Trump’s former national security advisor.
Former Trump national security adviser Michael Flynn is citing the Fifth Amendment as the reason for refusing to testify to the Senate Intelligence Committee in their investigation of Russian election interference. He's also refusing...Show More Summary
Senate Intelligence Committee ranking Democrat Mark Warner (D-VA) on Tuesday revealed the committee has issued two more subpoenas against retired Gen. Michael Flynn, this time targeting Donald Trump’s former national security adviser’s businesses. The committee, which is investigating Russian...
(WASHINGTON) — The Senate intelligence committee says it will subpoena two of former national security adviser Michael Flynn’s businesses. The committee has already subpoenaed Flynn for documents regarding his contacts with Russian officials during the 2016 presidential campaign. Show More Summary