A new podcast miniseries based on the book, “After Trump: Reconstructing the Presidency,” by Bob Bauer and Jack Goldsmith.
I’m not seeking damages or a judgment that what the Department of Homeland Security did was illegal, but I do want to understand who else the department reported on based on First Amendment-protected activity.
The Senate Judiciary Committee fails to hold the FBI director accountable for the massive intelligence failure for which his agency is chiefly responsible.
Testimony last week from former Capitol security officials raises important questions about the FBI’s performance of its own function.
The hearing was polite, informative and moving—and nonetheless reflected the post-truth world in which Republican senators choose to live.
A summary of each day’s trial proceedings with analysis and reflections.
Could Congress build a kind of distributed truth commission on the back of a system that already investigates misconduct in every important agency in the federal government: the network of inspectors general?