Letter: This letter was sent to the US Senate Select Committee on Intelligence following a hearing on June 21, 2017. (Download PDF) Verified Voting vigorously applauds the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence for its leadership and commitment to securing our … Continue reading ?
Last week, it happened again. In the midst of Attorney General Jeff Sessions testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee, Committee Member and Senator Kamala Harris fired a series of rapid questions to Attorney General Sessions to answer. Show More Summary
This morning, my childhood best friend Alex Halderman testified before the US Senate about the proven ease of hacking electronic voting machines without leaving any record, the certainty that Russia has the technical capability to hack American elections, and the urgency of three commonsense (and cheap) countermeasures: a paper trail for every vote cast in every state, […]
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on former Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson's testimony before the House Intelligence Committee (all times local):
The Senate Intelligence Committee is holding hearings today about Russian meddling in the 2016 election. WaPo has an overview, but it’s nothing we didn’t know or suspect. Summary: The interference was aggressive and unprecedented. At least 21 states were targeted — maybe more. There was also a massive propaganda element designed to sandbag Clinton and […]
Critical questions revolving around Russian hacking in the 2016 U.S. election were addressed on Tuesday and Wednesday at a hearing with the Senate Intelligence Committee. U.S. officials backed up reports that numerous states were targeted...Show More Summary
Former FBI Director James B. Comey’s open testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee last Thursday, broadcast live on national television, reflected well on our democracy. An estimated 19.5 million people watched our government at work. On the same day, Supreme Court Justice Stephen G....
The Senate Intelligence Committee will hold a hearing on Wednesday morning to examine the potential for Russian cyberattacks on upcoming U.S. elections.
The Senate Intelligence Committee is holding a hearing Wednesday on Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. elections. Watch live video below:...
Homeland Security and FBI officials will face questions from a Senate Intelligence Committee on what can be done to prevent further Russian interference. Continue reading ? The post WATCH LIVE: Senate holds hearing on how to stop Russian interference in future U.S. elections appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
FOR A tense two hours on June 13th Jeff Sessions, the attorney-general, faced questions before the Senate intelligence committee about his dealings with Russian officials during the election campaign last year.
Advisory: Senator Richard Burr (R-NC), Chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, and Senator Mark Warner (D-VA), Vice Chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, today announced that the Committee will hold an open hearing on June 21st … Continue reading ?
The memos were at the center of attention during James Comey’s June 8 testimony to the Senate Intelligence Committee.
Amy Davidson writes about the Attorney General Jeff Sessions’s testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee and his role in James Comey’s firing.
Kim Warp’s Daily Cartoon considers the treatment of Kamala Harris during Jeff Sessions’s testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee.
Andy Borowitz jokes about Attorney General Jeff Sessions’s testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Tuesday.
Byron York: “A key lesson emerged from the testimony of Attorney General Jeff Sessions before the Senate Intelligence Committee this week: Without the president’s decision to fire FBI Director James Comey, the Trump-Russia investigation would be on a downward trajectory. [...]
Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., ranking member of the Senate judiciary committee and member of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence investigating Russia's meddling in the 2016 election and ties to the Trump campaign, issued a strong response to President Trump's recent tweets criticizing the Russia investigation. Show More Summary
Though Donald Trump is anxious to declare the investigation into collusion between his campaign and Russia old and over, the truth is that it’s just getting started. Both the Special Counsel and the Senate Intelligence Committee areShow More Summary
U.S. Attorney General Jefferson Beauregard Sessions spent Tuesday afternoon up on Capitol Hill trying out his new one-man show based on Margaret Mitchell’s Gone with the Wind. In performance before the Senate Intelligence Committee,Show More Summary