Trump says he feels 'very badly' for Flynn, points finger at Clinton
US President Donald Trump said Monday he "feels badly" for his former national security advisor Michael Flynn, who pleaded guilty last week to lying to the FBI, and lamented that his former rival Hillary Clinton "lied many times" and nothing happened.
FBI official removed from probe for anti-Trump remarks
A senior FBI official was removed from the Russia election meddling probe for sending text messages critical of President Donald Trump, the Washington Post reported Saturday. Peter Strzok, deputy head of counter-intelligence at the FBI, was a key player in special prosecutor Robert Mueller's probe into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian operatives…
New JFK files reveal mafia plots, FBI warning on Oswald
The US government on Thursday released a mammoth, long-awaited trove of secret files on the killing of president John F. Kennedy, offering intriguing new insights into events surrounding one of the most infamous assassinations in history.
Las Vegas shooter's girlfriend back in US, FBI to question her
Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock's girlfriend returned to the United States and was met by FBI agents eager to hear whatever she might know about the motive behind the worst mass shooting in US history which left 58 people dead and more than 500 wounded.
Trump legal team gets shake-up as investigation deepens
A key member of Trump’s legal team said he resigned his post Friday, a shake-up as Trump drew fire for apparent efforts to influence a former FBI director's probe into collusion with Russia.
Trump's FBI pick Wray pledges 'impartial pursuit of justice'
Donald Trump's nominee to lead the FBI pledged Wednesday to insulate the agency from outside interference, amid a probe into Russian election interference that could threaten the president and his inner circle.
Trump considering 'terminating' Russia probe leader
Donald Trump is considering firing former FBI chief Robert Mueller, the special counsel investigating if Russia colluded in last year's bitter election campaign, a friend of the US president said Monday.
Trump's attorney general to face Russia questions
The eyes of Washington turn again to the Senate Intelligence Committee on Tuesday, where embattled Attorney General Jeff Sessions faces questions over his Russia contacts and role in the firing of FBI director James Comey.