Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein faced sharp questioning Wednesday from congressional Republicans following revelations that two officials assigned to the department’s ongoing Russia probe exchanged text messages critical of President Donald J. Trump during last year’s campaign.
What is the point of traveling the world if you can't share it - or boast about it- with desk-bound friends back home? Instagram, the popular photo-sharing platform, has a variety of 2017 lists, including the most Instagrammed cities of 2017.
President Donald J. Trump’s former national security adviser told a business associate that U.S. sanctions imposed on Russia would be “ripped up” by the new administration, according to a whistleblower account made public Wednesday in a letter written by Rep. Elijah E. Cummings.
Analysts say hundreds of Facebook ads targeted at users in Maryland in the months following the city’s riots in 2015 might have been a dry run for the broader, national Russian social media campaign that followed.
While a number of President Trump’s opponents were screaming at the sky on the anniversary of his election, I thought it would be a good idea to offer some commonsense perspective instead. I figured it would be a good idea to have a look at some of the positive highlights of the president’s record.
For some, taking a knee during the national anthem is un-American, but getting paid tens of millions of dollars to work with Russian agents against the foreign policy of the United States is “much ado about nothing.”
We are a nation led by too many men and women today who have no sense of honor. That's the thought on which I ended a binge screening of the seven-part National Geographic mini-series with last Sunday. Events on the media and politics beat this week have only deepened my belief in that feeling.
A social media advertisement targeted at Maryland that was paid for by an entity with ties to Russia featured a photograph of Freddie Gray and the words "never forget," according to a copy made public Wednesday by a House committee.
The first round of charges in special counsel Robert Mueller's ongoing investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S. election were approved Friday — but it's still not known what they are or who they target.
We can reasonably expect Russian meddling in the 2018 election campaign. Evidence is clear that Russians are using sophisticated cyber attacks to corrupt the integrity of the U.S. electoral system. This transcends a single election and ultimately strikes at the heart of our democracy.