White House says there's no need for new Russia sanctions - Washington Post Washington Post White House says there's no need for new Russia sanctions Washington Post The Trump administration under fire from lawmakers for not punishing Moscow over election meddling said Monday it will not implement Russia-related sanctions mandated by Congress last year because the threat itself is acting as a "deterrent." The ... White House to Congress: Russia sanctions not needed now Trump Administration…
Russian hackers successfully accessed voter registration rolls for 2016 elections officials say - BGR BGR Russian hackers successfully accessed voter registration rolls for 2016 elections officials say BGR In an interview with NBC News the head of cybersecurity at the Department for Homeland Security said that Russian hackers successfully penetrated the voter registration rolls of several US states prior to the 2016 presidential election. There's no ... via Top Stories - Google News…
Internal Justice Department probe eyes McCabe's role in final weeks of 2016 election http://ift.tt/2GAp0s7
The president also griped on Twitter in December about Wray's handling of the Justice Department probe into Russian election meddling.
Internal Justice Department probe eyes McCabe’s role in final weeks of 2016 election
1/30/18 Internal Justice Department probe eyes McCabe’s role in final weeks of 2016 election The Justice Department's inspector general has been focused for months on why Andrew McCabe appeared not to act for about three weeks on a request to examine a batch of Hillary Clinton related emails found in the latter stages of the 2016 campaign...
Justice Department Sending Observers For Pasadena's May 6 Election
Pasadena mayoral candidates seek to move city past deep divisions
Release the Nunes Memo and the Other Russia Investigation Documents - February 1, 2018. It looks like #ReleaseTheMemo, as the popular hashtag puts it, is a go. Per The Washington Post, a House Republican memo alleging FBI and Department of Justice malfeasance in the investigation into Russian involvement in the 2016 election is going to become public, over the objections of Democrats and the FBI and DOJ themselves.
Russia is accusing the United States of interfering with its presidential election, saying a decision by the Treasury Department to issue a report naming companies and individuals to be sanctioned for working with blacklisted Russian entities wo
Dutch journalists give tantalizing details of a cyber-war between Russia and America. Dutch spies alerted their American counterparts as early as 2014 about Russian hacking into State Department and White House computers and subsequent Russian hacking of the Democratic Party in the 2016 election, according to a series of reports in Dutch media.
Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz testifies during a Judiciary Committee hearing into alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 election on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., July 26, 2017.
FBI agent said there was 'nothing' to Russia investigation
The Justice Department last week revealed a critical gap in messages between Peter Strzok, a counterintelligence agent who worked on Hillary Clinton's email case, and Lisa Page, an agent who worked with Strzok for a time on the special counsel investigation into Russian election interference.
Declassified: State Department Document Reveals Plan by United States Government to Stop Election of Traditionalist Pope in the 1958 Conclave!
House Democrats want to see documents showing how Russia attempted to hack state election systems in the 2016 election — but the Trump administration won’t let them. All the Democratic members of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform signed a letter Monday asking Chairman Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) to issue a subpoena to finally compel the Department of Homeland Security to produce those documents. “Russia attacked our states in the last election to …