Russia and election
National security officials say Russia is again trying to disrupt the election. But this time, it doesn't have to work so hard because Americans are spreading mistruths and doubts about the election.
Flynn's supporters say newly unsealed documents related to the FBI's investigation of the former general show the bureau trying to entrap him. But former prosecutors say such discussions are normal.
Michael Flynn, who held the post of national security adviser in the Trump administration for less than a month, was set to be sentenced on Jan. 28.
After months of trying to get the president to be questioned about Russia in person, Robert Mueller's office has agreed to accept at least some written answers, according to The New York Times.
Trump's former attorney reportedly claims Trump knew in advance of the 2016 meeting between Donald Trump Jr. and other campaign officials and Russians peddling dirt on Hillary Clinton.
President Trump followed a weekend filled with broad assertions of executive authority by stating on Twitter that he could absolve himself of wrongdoing.
The White House acknowledged that chief of staff John Kelly and President Trump's new attorney had "facilitated" secret briefings on the Russia probe but didn't sit in for them.
By the end of his new presidential term, Putin will have served longer than any other Russian leader since Communist dictator Josef Stalin.
In a media marathon over the weekend, the newest addition to Trump's legal team spent much of the time trying to clarify statements he made last week.