The criminality alleged in this story is—if true—unsubtle and unambiguous, directly related to the president’s conduct as president and concerning matters of great import.
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More members of Congress are interested in seats on the House intelligence committee, reflecting a surge in attention toward a body that has recently transformed into a partisan battleground.
The House intelligence committee’s proposal to reauthorize Section 702 wisely requires congressional leadership notification for the disemmination of 'unmasked' identitifes of members of presidential transition teams.
A handy FAQ-style overview of the easily-confused issues associated with the surveillance side of the controversy surrounding HPSCI Chair Devin Nunes.
Back on June 15, the White House issued a SAP (statement of administration policy) spelling out objections to H.R. 2596, the Intelligence Authorization Act for FY'16. The SAP concludes that the President will veto the bill if presented as-is. I thought it worthwhile to highlight the White House objections to those same provisions.