The indictment of Russian trolls suggests that Mueller’s investigation into foreign elections depends on access to data across borders—an issue that will be heard by the Supreme Court on Feb 27.
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Details of the Internet Research Agency’s operation to influence the 2016 election and U.S. political process.
On Feb. 12, the special counsel's office and Richard Pinedo entered a plea agreement. The agreement, as well as the criminal information document and statement of the offense, are below.
The special counsel has indicted thirteen Russian nationals and three Russian entities on charges of conspiracy to defraud the United States. Three defendants are also charged with wire fraud and bank fraud, and five defendants with aggravated identity theft. The full indictment is below:
The New York Times filed the following motion with the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court requesting the public release of the applications for and orders authorizing electronic surveillance of Trump campaign foreign policy adviser Carter Page.
The memo’s preparation and public dissemination represent a profound betrayal of the central premise of the intelligence oversight system.
Lawfare kept up with Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) so you don't have to.
A collection of notable responses to the Nunes memo.
The House intelligence committee majority staff released a memo on alleged intelligence abuses on Friday.
Although the Russia investigation elicits a deeply partisan response, including substantial suspicion among Republicans, public confidence in the intelligence community is quite strong—at least for now.