It’s one of a number of ways the Senate intelligence committee is trying to box the White House in on Russia.
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Sen. Richard Burr (R-NC), “the initially reluctant but now determined leader of the Senate Intelligence Committee inquiry into Russian interference in the 2016 election, said the investigation had expanded beyond its original scope based on new evidence, but he hoped [...]
Senator Richard Burr, the leader of the Senate Intelligence Committee, said the inquiry had expanded but he hoped it would conclude by the end of the year.
The ranking member of the Senate Intelligence Committee says there are some outstanding questions about what kind of guidance—if any—our adversaries obtained or was given.
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Sen. Mark Warner (D-VA), the ranking Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee, is so troubled by Thursday morning’s leaked phone call transcripts between President Trump and other foreign leaders that he thinks it should be investigated. In an interview with The Daily Beast,...
The Latest on congressional probes into Russian meddling in Congress (all times local): 5 p.m. Former U.N. Ambassador Samantha Power has met with investigators on the Senate intelligence committee. The … Click to Continue »
Competition between the Senate Intelligence and Judiciary committees over their respective investigations into the Trump campaign and Russia has grown fierce, with the panels taking dueling approaches to witnesses in a bid to win first crack at questioning them. Show More Summary
The Senate Intelligence Committee on Wednesday contacted a pro-Trump opposition researcher who worked with the late Peter Smith to talk about the 2016 election, the Daily Caller reports. Chuck Johnson—who founded the website GotNews.com and, according to his Wikipedia bio, “periodically makes...
On Tuesday Manafort met with Senate Intelligence Committee staff, providing his recollection of the Veselnitskaya meeting and agreeing to turn over contemporaneous notes of the gathering last year, according to people familiar with the...Show More Summary
Jared Kushner also sat down with House representatives one day after talking Russia with the Senate.
On Monday, after telling the Senate Intelligence Committee about his meetings with Russians, Jared Kushner walked out of the White House to assure the world of his candor and humility. “I have not sought the spotlight,” he told reporters. Show More Summary
An ex-Watergate special prosecutor picked apart the White House adviser's statement for the Senate Intelligence Committee.
While former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort reached an agreement to appear before the Senate Intelligence Committee this week, he would not agree to the terms provided by the Judiciary Committee. That committee has now responded...Show More Summary
Paul Manafort met with Senate Intelligence Committee investigators on Tuesday to discuss the June 2016 meeting between a Russian lawyer and President Trump’s inner circle.
Donald Trump's adviser and son-in-law was questioned behind closed doors by Senate Intelligence Committee staff.
“I’m not going to stop asking the questions.” Asking the questions at Senate Intelligence Committee hearings related to Russian interference in the presidential election has added to the aura around Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.). The former California attorney general and San Francisco district attorney’s victory was among the few Democratic victories the night that Hillary […]
President Donald Trump says Jared Kushner, his son-in-law and senior White House adviser, "did very well yesterday in proving he did not collude with the Russians." Kushner spoke privately Monday with Senate intelligence committee investigators examining ties between Trump's presidential campaign and the Russian government. U.S. Show More Summary
Senator Ron Wyden talks with Rachel Maddow about Donald Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner's responses to questions by the Senate Intelligence Committee on whether Kushner colluded with Russia for the Trump campaign in the 2016 election.