It’s easy to lose track of the Trump-Russia investigation with what at times feels like daily bombshells, the denials that end up getting debunked, the hearings, the subpoenas and the difficult-to-pronounce Russian names. If you’re not paying attention — even if you are — it is admittedly challenging to stay on top of it all.
The answer to one of the most critical questions at the heart of the Russia investigation may well lie in the grand hallways of Mar-a-Lago.
The heavily redacted report reveals nothing about how RT founder Mikhail Lesin sustained the blunt force injuries that killed him. And the Washington, DC police won’t say whether they reviewed three critical hours of hotel security footage between when Lesin was last seen alive and when he died. View Entire Post ›
Special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russia’s involvement in the 2016 election has yielded two indictments and a guilty plea. Who could be next?
A woman accused Minnesota Democratic Sen. Al Franken on Thursday of groping her and kissing her without her consent in 2006 while she was on a USO Tour overseas.