Sworn documents have been unsealed in the civil case against the Assad government in the death of Marie Colvin in 2012.
The suspect, now held in Iraq, has refused to talk and demanded a lawyer.
Official and unofficial groups use a variety of tactics to counter fake news promulgated by Moscow.
U.S. law has changed, and allies feel burned. And the agency and the military want nothing to do with the old interrogation program.
Many current and former officials are being urged by peers to serve a president they thought was unfit — and to “keep a signed but undated letter of resignation in their desk.”
While some of his ideas can be quickly implemented, others face political and legal hurdles.
Real estate agents say investors from the former Soviet Union are drawn to his brand and image.
The Republican nominee was told of Russian culpability in a private intelligence briefing.
The Kremlin saw a tactical opportunity to demonstrate American weakness.
A transcript of an interview with the retired three-star general.