New details from the House Intelligence Committee suggest the attorney general was privy to a critical episode of the NRA-Russia scandal
They have an excuse – they’re stupid and crazy. What’s ours?
New sanctions against Russians don't go nearly far enough, Democrats charge
Indictment includes infamous Internet Research Agency in St. Petersburg
This weekend the president declared the leaders of America's spy agencies liars, leakers and political hacks
Former Secretary of State says her being a woman "does seem to get him agitated"
Journalist discusses failures of the U.S. media and the Democratic Party and how to survive the Trump era
"Our boy can become president of the USA and we can engineer it," a Trump associate wrote last year
"He can power a nuclear reactor with the left side of his brain / And when he takes his shirt off, he drives the ladies crazy," songwriter sings on 'Late Show'
Russia isn't as strong as we think, but they do have nukes – which is why beating the war drum is a mistake
It appears Obama administration could have done a lot more to alert the public to Moscow's actions in election interference
From denying any involvement with U.S. election hacking to Putin's love of Judo and Stalin, our takeaways from these truly baffling conversations
'The Putin Interviews' is a four-part documentary coming to Showtime
From Syfy's glorious grindhouse throwback to Oliver Stone's one-on-one with Russia's president, your guide to the month's small-screen options
In her testimony Monday, the erstwhile acting AG offered information on what the White House knew, and when