National Security



Democrats are still finalizing their plans for the probe, while GOP leaders are boycotting it altogether — and threatening to retaliate with countermeasures.

Justice Department determines there is no need to prolong the visa-fraud cases.

Barrack, who chaired Trump’s inaugural committee, is charged with lying to the FBI and violating foreign lobbying laws.

Jill Tyson, a close aide to the FBI director, is the subject of a critical IG report about her relationship with a subordinate, according to current and former law enforcement officials.

New high-profile effort seeks to show aggressive action, as Republicans revive charges that Democrats are soft on crime.

The measures come as President Biden faces growing pressure from Congress, activist groups and Cuban Americans to take decisive action in support of the protesters.

A superseding indictment filed Thursday increases the number of accused in the case to nine.

Sen. Ron Wyden (D) said he needs information on agents who detained and clashed with demonstrators.

Trump ally worked to advance the goals of the United Arab Emirates, prosecutors say.

CIA Director William J. Burns has made a priority of finding what, and potentially who, is behind headaches and brain injuries suffered by U.S. personnel.

In exchange for an end to U.S. efforts to block the Nord Stream 2 pipeline, Germany will invest in Ukraine’s green technology infrastructure, and Berlin and Washington will work together on other initiatives to mitigate Russia’s energy dominance in Europe.

The billionaire businessman allegedly violated U.S. lobbying laws and lied to FBI agents.

The Biden administration has resumed repatriation of Guantánamo Bay detainees — a practice largely halted under former president Donald Trump. Plus, why some states are considering reinstating mask mandates.

The measure from Sens. Chris Murphy (D-Conn.), Mike Lee (R-Utah) and Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) is an effort to reassert Congress’s authority over national security matters, particularly those involving the use of force.

Cubans in Miami are supporting protests back home — but don’t want others to make the dangerous journey.

Officials and analysts said the Israeli surveillance firm NSO Group makes a world-class product, but some countries’ security services suspect a relationship to the Israeli government.

Critics say the proposed change, and a new rule for gag orders, would build higher walls of secrecy around federal investigations.

Allen Weisselberg, a longtime CFO for the Trump Organization, commented to investigators that the commute to his job was “difficult.”

Pentagon spokesman John Kirby said he expects them to be on the base for "a few days."

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