Inquiry to detect whether Foundation accepted donations for favors while Hillary Clinton was secretary of state
4 others injured in incident described as 'domestic violence'; FBI says it is monitoring situation
Federal Bureau of Investigation officials met with Hicks at least twice, the Times said, to warn her about multiple attempts made by Russian agents to contact her via email after the election and before the January 20 inauguration.
Twenty-five percent of the religiously biased hate crimes last year were against Muslims
DNA test confirms Isnilon Hapilon was killed in Marawi on Monday
Government investigating company’s program that opened fake Lyft accounts to gather information on rival
Wray succeeds James Comey, who was fired by Trump
'There is only one right way to do this job, and that is with strict independence,' Christopher Wray says
Suspect being questioned in custody after stabbing of airport police officer
Speaking at his annual call-in with Russian citizens, Putin, a former KGB officer, said he found Comey's behaviour strange for a security official, after Comey leaked details of his meetings with Trump.
"I believe the James Comey leaks will be far more prevalent than anyone ever thought possible," Trump wrote in an early morning tweet. "Totally illegal? Very 'cowardly!'"
James Comey expected to deliver his first public testimony on Thursday since Trump abruptly fired him last month
James Comey's testimony could bring shocking revelations amid congressional, FBI probes
Public hearing will be followed by closed-door session
Trump responded by once again denying any links to Moscow, but the appointment of a special counsel with sweeping powers dramatically raises the stakes in a crisis threatening to paralyze his presidency.
Extraordinary action comes amid deepening concerns about Trump's alleged interference in probe
James Comey tells Senate panel the thought his actions influenced election results makes him 'mildly nauseas'
A Russian agent namely would likely have concealed his or her true role or identity while speaking with foreign policy adviser Carter Page, who has denied any links to Moscow
Officials said no arrests have been made yet in the case and no formal charges have been filed.
American Airlines Flight 77 out of Dulles International Airport slammed into the Pentagon's western wall, killing all 64 people on the plane, including the five hijackers, and 125 on the ground.