The 500-page Justice Department report underscores that the investigation has no simple narrative arc.
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Uranium One—incipient scandal or hype? Everything you wanted to know about CFIUS transactions, Hillary Clinton and Russian uranium ... but were afraid to ask.
This morning's tweet changes his stance again.
The Trump White House’s key defensive wall has developed some major cracks.
A lot has been said about Trump's one-of-a-kind press conference. Some notes on what hasn't.
Russian meddling and notes from the Harvard Institute of Politics' Campaign for President: The Managers Look conference.
Since Donald Trump’s surprise victory on Tuesday, a question has hung over the fate of his opponent, Hillary Clinton. Will—and should—President Barack Obama pardon her on his way out the door?
Remember how harshly Attorney General Eric Holder was criticized for not disclosing the FBI’s discovery of then CIA Director David Petraeus’s extramarital affair and improper communications with Paula Broadwell until just after the 2012 presidential election? That incident and this one should remind us it's not accurate or helpful to deny that the DOJ, and in this case the FBI, gets some discretion when it comes to deciding whether to make pre-election disclosures about ongoing investigations. The question is not whether they have discretion but what makes for reasonable exercise of that discretion.
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There’s an elephant in the room alongside all these DOJ officials who are clucking about the FBI director’s having gone rogue: Attorney General Lynch, having been consulted ahead of time, let James Comey do it.