The U.S. president says Putin was “extremely strong and powerful in his denial” of Russian interference in the 2016 election.
It finds no evidence of wrongdoing by the Trump campaign but accuses the intelligence community of significant failings. House Democrats dispute the findings.
Haspel was in charge of a CIA “black site” in Thailand where al-Qaeda suspects were waterboarded.
The president’s characterization of conversations with leaders is missing some complex context, experts say.
The frightening mistake, not corrected for 38 minutes, was attributed to an employee’s errant push of a button.
Nicholas Rasmussen, ending a five-year run at NCTC on Friday, voices some rare candor about gun policy.
President Trump continues to reject the evidence that Russia supported his run for the White House as part of an unprecedented assault on a pillar of U.S. democracy.
The House Intelligence Committee plans to ask Keith Schiller about claims about Trump’s behavior.
While the president fulminates, the special counsel is silently methodical.
New details reveal the extent to which the Russian meddling bore Putin’s own signature.