The FBI Says It Can’t Find The “100 Pictures” Trump Said He Has Of James Comey And Robert Mueller Hugging And Kissing
“He’s Comey’s best friend. And I could give you 100 pictures of him and Comey hugging and kissing each other.”
“Subsequent to being disciplined, he did not cease his misconduct,” an NSA inspector general report said.
Documents show TD Bank loaned $3 million to a company connected to Russian tax fraud and later linked to the special counsel’s investigation.
Last year, the Senate Intelligence Committee requested financial transactions on Maria Butina and Alexander Torshin that banks deemed to be "suspicious" or "derogatory."
Craft beer, a business partner in the FBI, and “Dear Failure.”
Three sources told BuzzFeed News that Treasury Department officials have taken the highly unusual step of restricting access to suspicious activity reports.
A Trump Employee Said He Knew Of Misconduct At The Company. Then He Claimed His Family Was Assaulted
A mother and her young son said they were terrorized by Trump security in 1995, after a family member announced plans to reveal “financial improprieties.”
In the wake of a BuzzFeed News investigation, a judge is considering forcing MI6 to hand over secret files containing explosive intelligence that the Kremlin ordered the assassination of a Russian whistleblower on British soil.
"The new leadership is not jazzed.”
The Department of Homeland Security knows something about the hack into the Democratic Party’s servers, but in response to a Freedom of Information Act request, the agency turned over just two pages of unclassified information — and blacked out almost all of those. But we’ve decoded the details that they left public.
Trump has accused the media of manipulating photographs in order to show the size of the crowd at his inauguration was much smaller than Obama’s. Photos released Monday by the National Park Service show otherwise.
Despite extraordinary claims by a pro-Kremlin lawmaker — and a close connection to the president’s personal attorney — Alex Oronov died after a long illness, says his son-in-law.
Trump’s provocative shout-out to gun rights supporters got social media churning. But government agents did little to investigate, newly released documents show.
BuzzFeed News has confirmed CNN's initial report that the US government has verified some details — though not the most explosive — in the 35-page document alleging links between President Donald Trump's campaign and Russia.
After the president-elect met with FBI agents, they finalized an “undercover proposal” to take to their superiors. It’s not known what action, if any, the bureau took on that proposal.
After restricting access to just four computers in a room in Washington, DC, the CIA is finally putting 12 million declassified pages on the web for all to see. View the documents here.