Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., who was required to sit through the entirety of Wednesday's marathon Senate impeachment trial session, noted how senators are only allowed milk or water on the Senate floor.
Carol Leonnig, author and reporter for The Washington Post, said on Tuesday that former Special Counsel Robert Mueller's friends thought the prominent prosecutor underwent a personal change while conducting the contentious Russia investigation.
Former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein said it was his call to release hundreds of politically charged text messages between former FBI agent Peter Strzok and former FBI lawyer Lisa Page to the media, according to a Friday court filing by the De...
Even Adam Schiff has acknowledged that James Comey’s actions in 2016 may represent the most important and significant Russian influence on the election.
"The Five" co-host Juan Williams called Attorney General William Barr "thuggish" Friday and accused him and the Trump administration of targeting former FBI director James Comey in the wake of a report that Comey is being investigated for allegedly lea...
Indicted former associate of Rudy Giuliani Lev Parnas' claims implicating President Trump may be good for headlines but would not hold up in a court of law, former House Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy said Friday.
A federal judge on Thursday once again pushed back the sentencing date for President Trump’s former national security adviser Michael Flynn after his legal team moved to withdraw his guilty plea for lying to the FBI in the Russia probe.
David Kris, who has been appointed by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) to oversee the FBI's proposed surveillance reforms on Wednesday alerted the court that the bureau's proposals are "insufficient" and must be dramatically "expanded...
Author and attorney Sidney Powell, who is representing former national security adviser Michael Flynn in his federal case related to the Russia investigation, told Fox News Tuesday she believes her client may be able to successfully withdraw his guilty...
Former national security adviser Michael Flynn moved Tuesday to withdraw his guilty plea for lying to the FBI in the Russia probe, citing "bad faith" by the government.
The Russia investigation isn't over yet, according to Rep. Mike Quigley, D-Ill.
A former top Treasury Department official pleaded guilty Monday to conspiracy for leaking confidential banking reports associated with members of the Trump campaign, following her dramatic arrest in October 2018 as she toted a flash drive full of sensi...
A political hobnobber who featured prominently as a key witness in former Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation faces at least a decade in prison after pleading guilty to charges of child sex trafficking and possessing child pornography.
FBI Director Christopher Wray apologized Friday for the FBI’s mishandling of the President Trump Russa probe surveillance in a rare public court filing and outlined a 12-step reform the bureau is undertaking to prevent future abuses.
Rod Rosentein, the former deputy U.S. attorney general who oversaw the Russia investigation after Jeff Sessions recused himself from the probe into the Trump campaign, has taken a job with a corporate law firm, according to reports.
In a reversal, the Justice Department has recommended up to six months of prison time for ex-national security adviser Michael Flynn—claiming he has refused to “accept responsibility” for his actions.
From coverage of the phony Russia collusion narrative, to the hit job on Covington Catholic High School students, to the media-led impeachment fiasco, the year was one of unparalleled bias.
In a stunning takedown of MSNBC host Rachel Maddow, Washington Post media critic Erik Wemple wrote Thursday that the liberal cable news star “rooted for” British ex-spy Christopher Steele’s dossier, which served as the basis for Foreign Intelligence Su...
Fox News has learned the FISA court did not order the FBI to double-check warrant applications involving officials who made key omissions and errors in warrant applications as the bureau sought to surveil Carter Page.
Fox News contributor Trey Gowdy told Fox News Monday that he thinks “most people are smart enough” to see through House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's move to withhold the articles of impeachment against President Trump from the Senate.