You knew this was coming. Mueller's team says their report is much more damaging to Trump than Barr's summary. Investigators who worked on the Mueller probe are telling associates that Attorney General William Barr's summary of their 300+ page report mischaracterizes their conclusions, and the actual report is much more damaging to President Donald Trump -

  • Members of the team were disappointed Barr did not release summary information they had prepared as part of the report -

Jared Kushner's security clearance was denied last year because of worries about foreign influence, but he got one anyway. Testimony to the House Oversight Committee identified Kushner as the "Senior White House Official" who was granted the clearance by a political appointee after he was rejected for "significant disqualifying factors" -

House Democrats demand six years of Trump's tax returns. The House Ways and Means Committee, using a provision in the tax code, requested the I.R.S. to hand over six years of President Trump's personal and business tax returns. President Trump said he would fight the request because he claims he's under audit -

House Dems want to interview the Trump inauguration planner. The House Intelligence Committee is probing how the Trump inaugural committee raised and spent $100 million - 

Biden says he will be "more mindful" of personal space. Former Vice President Joe Biden says he will make changes in his personal conduct after several women came forward to say they felt uncomfortable after Biden was overly affectionate with them -

Republicans blow up Senate rules to speed up confirming Trump's nominees. Senate Republicans invoked the "nuclear" option on Wednesday, unilaterally changing the rules for President Trump's sub-Cabinet nominees and judicial appointments -

Security concerns at Mar-a-Lago. The arrest of a Chinese woman carrying a thumb drive loaded with malware has raised security concerns at President Trump's private resort in Florida. "You pay and you get in," is the security standard -