The inquiry has exposed numerous contacts between President Trump’s associates and Russians, and it has generated unpredictable ripple effects.
The summary could be brief, but Attorney General William P. Barr said he would consider making more information public.
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Donald Trump appeared untroubled by a foreign adversary’s attack on the U.S. political system — and his aides seemed eager to accept the assistance.
The group’s president, Richard Cohen, and its legal director, Rhonda Brownstein, resigned a little more than a week after the center’s co-founder and chief litigator, Morris Dees, was fired for unspecified misconduct.
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Calling President Trump "ham-handed" in his management of foreign policy, Democrats see the Yemen war as the latest opportunity to challenge his unorthodox approach.
To some experts in online extremism, the celebration on the Internet message board 8chan of the New Zealand slaughter shows that the site warrants close monitoring.
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