The House Judiciary Committee's proposed reforms to the Section 702 program seem to tie the intelligence community's hands for no reason.
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Seven takeaways from last Wednesday's Senate intelligence committee update on the Russia investigation.
Paul Manafort's team has characterized reports of government surveillence against the former Trump campaign chairman as politically motivated. The stories raise more questions than answers, but one thing we can be sure of: It's not about politics.
Some initial questions and some early answers on the news about Paul Manafort.
Well-qualified FEMA Director Brock Long deserves much of the credit.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders wrongly said Wednesday that James Comey may have “violated federal law” by sharing a memo documenting a conversation with the president.
There are several questions the Committee should be able to answer before issuing its final report.