She’d be America’s first woman intelligence chief.
Yet more flouting of the rule of law by the Trump administration.
The Russians are at it again, with the cooperation of the Trump administration and its enablers.
The President didn’t want to hear about bad behavior from Moscow, so he wasn’t told.
The President should have known about the plot. There’s a good chance he didn’t.
The Administration has done nothing about intelligence reports of a grave escalation from Moscow.
Yet again, this administration puts Trump’s political fortunes ahead of the national interest.
Moscow helped Trump in 2016. Do they want him back?
Our intelligence professionals are issuing a familiar warning.
After a long day of hearings, the case against the President is becoming clearer and Republican defenses becoming more absurd.
In what is hopefully the final review of the mater, an internal State Department view finds no wrongdoing with regard to Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server.
A new Senate Intelligence Committee report adds to the evidence regarding Russian interference in the 2016 election.
New reports indicated that the President’s contacts with Ukraine’s President set off alarm bells inside the White House.
With the ongoing Ukraine scandal having an impact in Washington and Kyiv, the biggest winner is in Moscow.
A second potential whistleblower and an apparent criminal referral from the CIA’s top lawyer make a bad week even worse for Donald Trump.
A Senate report alleges that the National Rifle Association allowed itself to become a Russian asset,
The President’s initial reaction to the release of the whistleblower complaint is about what you’d expect from a petty dictator.
The Acting Director of National Intelligence has released the complaint filed by an intelligence community whistleblower that has set off allegations that the President sought foreign aid in undermining a political opponent.
Working as the President’s private attorney, Rudy Giuliani has spent months working behind the scenes to pressure Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden’s son.
Just days before he repeatedly pressured the President of Ukraine to reopen a closed investigation involving the son of former Vice-President Biden, President Trump suspended military aid that had been authorized by Congress.
The details about President Trump’s attempts to get Ukraine to investigate the son of one of his potential 2020 rivals keep getting worse for the President.
The latest allegations about exactly what the President may have been trying to do in a phone call with a foreign leader that caught the attention of a whistleblower are becoming more serious by the day.
A mysterious conversation with a foreign leader is at the center of a controversy between the intelligence community and Congress.
Just over a week after Dan Coats announced he was stepping own as Director of National Intelligence, there are more shakeups at the top of the U.S. intelligence community.
A Federal Judge in Washington has dismissed a lawsuit filed by the DNC alleging a conspiracy between the Trump campaign and Russia during the 2016 election.
President Trump has withdrawn his nominee for Director of National Intelligence after controversy regarding his qualifications and resume.
President Trump’s nominee to be the next Director of National Intelligence is quite simply not qualified for the position he has been nominated to.
Dan Coats is stepping down as Director of National Intelligence, and President Trump wants to replace him with an inexperienced, obsequious toady.
While much of the talk about Robert Mueller’s testimony has focused on the Trump campaign, there was another part to his testimony that brings attention to a far more serious threat.
Starting at 8:30 a.m. this morning, the eyes and ears of Washington and much of the nation will be focus on one thing, the testimony of former Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
Evidence appears to clearly established that Russia used many of the same social media efforts it used in the United States in 2016 to interfere in the recent European Parliament elections.
As we head toward a potential crisis in the Persian Gulf, the consequences of the President’s lies are coming home to roost.
A new report in The New York Times raises both national security and Constitutional concerns.
Beginning tomorrow in a British courtroom, the United States will begin the process of having Julian Assange extradited to the United States to face espionage and other charges.
President Trump says that he would not spy on a rival regime like North Korea, once again making one wonder where his loyalties lie.
A new report indicates that Russian social media trolls are involved in spreading anti-vaccination propaganda in the United States and elsewhere.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has been indicted on seventeen counts under the Espionage Act arising out of his role in the Chelsea Manning affair.
Chelsea Manning, who was being held in jail for refusing to comply with a Grand Jury subpoena, was released yesterday but it’s likely to only be a temporary freedom.
This could be a very big deal – unless it isn’t.
President Trump’s obsequious effort to please Russian President Vladimir Putin continues.
Counter-Intelligence officials are warning that Russia is preparing another election interference campaign for the 2020 election.
A law professor asks some interesting questions, but ultimately not the right ones.