Documents from tax haven will raise more questions over suitability of Donald Trump’s pick for US secretary of state Rex Tillerson, the businessman nominated by Donald Trump to be the next US secretary
A recent CIA assessment, according to reports, concluded that Russia interfered in the election to help Trump's presidential bid. "If Russia, or some other entity, was hacking, why did the White House
First Read First Read is a morning briefing from Meet the Press and the NBC Political Unit on the day's most important political stories and why they matter. Trump isn’t taking Russia’s hack seriously.
'THE WARNING SIGNS ARE REAL': New York Times column questions whether American democracy can survive Trump
In advance of that assumption of power, The New York Times published an opinion column Friday that painted a picture of American democracy in the age of Trump. Writers Steven Levitsky and Daniel Ziblatt
Meanwhile the news from the transition team is only worse every day. The folks the Trump team is tapping to fill government posts are literally the worst of the worst. We have nominees with zero experience
House Democrats on Wednesday said the General Services Administration told them President-elect Donald Trump must fully divest from his new hotel property in Washington, D.C. or he’ll be in violation the
Washington (CNN) — President-elect Donald Trump was "obviously aware" that Russia meddled in the US election to benefit his own campaign, the White House said Wednesday. Citing Trump's own suggestion the
China issued its strongest condemnation yet of President-elect Donald Trump on Monday, after he hinted his administration might toss aside four decades of U.S. policy recognizing Taiwan as part of China.
"We are choosing to stand in solidarity with Muslim Americans, immigrants, and all people whose lives and livelihoods are threatened by the incoming administration's proposed data collection policies,"
In the run-up to the US election, aide to John Podesta spotted phishing email but flagged it as ‘legitimate’ instead of ‘illegitimate’ Russian hackers were able to access thousands of emails from a top-ranking
Rise of the alt-right: How mainstream conservatives’ obsession with purity fueled a new right-wing radicalism |
Leftists have their own version of this tendency as well — everything, it seems, will eventually be decried as racist or sexist at some point. But conservatives are much further down the path to purity
It's like the plot of a fantastical political thriller. Russian hackers attempt to subvert the American presidential election. The CIA uncovers the malign meddling, but when the Russians' favored candidate
Fightland Blog Photo by Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports From becoming an honorary Russian citizen to knocking out a fan on quite possibly the most bizarre PPV in the history of fighting, the late career
From Russia’s possible interference in the presidential election to US intelligence fears, here are key figures and questions in play – and what it all could mean Alarm over the rise of Donald Trump reached
You don’t need a security clearance to understand how Vladimir Putin does it. Just open your eyes. Did Russia just put its man in the White House? Americans are furiously debating the question as intelligence
Following a meeting with President-elect Donald Trump at Trump Tower on Friday, Speaker Paul Ryan said 'we're very excited about getting to work and hitting the ground running in 2017 to put this country
U.S. Senator John McCain speaks at the Munich Security Conference in Munich, Germany, February 14, 2016. REUTERS/Michael Dalder WASHINGTON (Reuters) - There is “no information” that Russian hacking of
Donald Trump’s long-awaited announcement on how he intends to separate his business conflicts from his presidential responsibilities has been postponed until January, though a late-night tweet hinted at
Of course Donald Trump thinks it's "ridiculous" to claim the Russians rigged the election for him. Even if Vladimir Putin confessed to the crime on Russia Today, Trump would not believe it, because to
For Anthony Joshua, the easy nights are over. His third‑round blowout of the reluctant Eric Molina in Manchester on Saturday night to retain his IBF world heavyweight title, while again disappointing who