Paul Manafort's lawyers botched redactions in a court filing, revealing the information. Separately, the Supreme Court denied a request believed to be a challenge to special counsel Robert Mueller.
2016 presidential election
"We will do better next time," the U.S. senator from Vermont and former presidential candidate said. As Sanders considers whether to run in 2020, new allegations from his 2016 campaign have emerged.
Three Muslim-American voters from Detroit describe how their 2016 support for President Trump has evolved in light of his travel ban on several Muslim-majority countries.
Former State Department official Victoria Nuland testified to Congress about the Obama administration's response to Russian influence operations in 2016 and what other countries may be doing now.
The National Rifle Association responded to an inquiry by Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., amid reports of investigations into whether it had a role in Russian interference in the 2016 campaign.
Cambridge Analytica has been suspended by Facebook for harvesting information from millions of users. NPR's Michel Martin speaks with former Facebook product manager Antonio Garcia Martinez.
Hillary Clinton tells Fresh Air the mechanism for such a challenge does not exist in the U.S. "and usually we don't need it." She also says she is "optimistic about our country, but I am not naive."
Senate and House panels are investigating Russian interference in the 2016 elections, and Flynn's lawyer says his client "certainly has a story to tell" in a "politicized witch hunt environment."
Most supper soirees aren't strategic ways to get people to work through their disagreements. But two friends have created the ongoing event, "Make America Dinner Again," to get folks talking.
David Remnick and Evan Osnos of The New Yorker say Russia was caught off guard by Trump's election. "Nobody expected, frankly, that [he] was going to win," Osnos says.