"No Collusion," but . . . .
More thorough coverage to come later.
Shockingly, most people are sticking to their guns.
Plus: Chick-fil-A banned from San Antonio airport, the Libertarian Party picks a convention slogan, and Robert Kraft apologizes.
As for obstruction evidence, he punts the matter to Congress.
How much will we see of the special counsel's report? And when?
A second covert campaign against Judge Roy Moore is revealed, suggesting that voters need to up their media-literacy game, and fast.
Senate Russia investigation leads to new rounds of innumerate analysis and bad-faith dot-connecting.
Are we really going to shut down the internet because Hillary Clinton ran a bad campaign and blew an easy win?
Manafort, meanwhile, tried to conceal that he was still talking to Trump administration officials after he was indicted.
Snitches get a slap on the wrist sometimes.
Plus: CNN fires Marc Lamont Hill for Palestine comments and the link between life expectancy declines, opioid pills, and prohibition.
Negotiations to build a Trump Tower in Moscow continued during the primaries, he now says.
What does he know? And more importantly, who is the information about?
George Papadopoulos Gets 14-Day Sentence over Lies to FBI About Russian Contacts During Trump's Campaign
The former adviser pleaded guilty last year.
The woman who leaked a report showing Russian attempts to infiltrate voting systems gets the longest sentence ever imposed for her offense.
Those payments are being treated as campaign violations.
Former Trump campaign chairman likely heading to prison.
When Americans do it, it's called participating in democracy. When Russians do it, it's called undermining democracy.
If you were planning to attend an anti-right rally in D.C. next week, we've got some awkward news for you.
"I've always been proud to be an American. But now I'm ashamed."
Heavily redacted report shows the FBI believed former Trump aide was helping the Russians.
12 Russian Operatives Indicted for Hacking Democrats, Voting Systems During 2016 U.S. Presidential Election
They posed as cyberactivists to release the stolen documents, the Justice Department alleges.
This will hurt local challengers, not the Kremlin.
After a Year Stuck in Jail, Reality Winner to Accept Plea Deal for Leaking NSA Report on Russian Election Meddling
Our terrible federal espionage laws won't let her argue the leak served the public's interest.
The DOJ's inspector general concludes that James Comey acted wrongly but not politically and that an FBI agent said "we'll stop" Trump from winning but didn't act on it.
Salena Zito talks about the coaltion that is reshaping American politics.Listen
"Support for Trump (and opposition to Clinton) is especially likely amongst people who feel emotional reactance to restrictive communication norms."
Another Pair of Dueling Reports Closes Out the House Intelligence Committee's Russia-Trump Investigation
Trump-supporting lawmakers find no collusion. Trump-hating lawmakers disagree.
The suit claims a RICO conspiracy and demands millions.
Cambridge Analytica and the Trump campaign copied tactics from the Obama campaign's playbook. Should that change how we view the supposed Facebook scandal?
When can we as a country admit that the "most-qualified candidate in history" lost the 2016 election and get on with living our lives?
There's no reason for alarm (yet) over a Facebook data "breach" that benefited a firm with ties to Trump's campaign.
The 2016 Libertarian presidential candidate on "Aleppo," Donald Trump's unexpected good points, and why Hillary Clinton's trolls were worse than Russian ones.
A Jailed Model Claims to Have Evidence of Russian Meddling in U.S. Elections. Her Story Is Even Weirder Than You Think.
Rybka has spent the past several years as a protegee of pickup artist and seduction coach Alex Lesley-and picked up a plausible claim to 2016 election dirt along the way.
James Woolsey says America only interferes in other nations' elections "for a very good cause," but he can't keep a straight face while saying it.
Thirteen individuals and three companies accused of conspiracy against the U.S., wire fraud, and identity theft.
The cartoonist-turned-political-prognisticator talks about "master persuaders" and winning arguments in a "world where facts don't matter."