Malcolm Nance told MSNBC that Trump's war on anything credible in America is going to damage national security and get someone killed.
On January 6, 2017, between Donald Trump winning the presidential election and his being sworn in, our nation’s intelligence community issued a document clearly outlining how Russia, at the directive of the President of that nation, interfered with our election, favoring Donald Trump.
Trump casually suggested that America toss the Constitution in the trash on Thursday morning as he urged the Senate to investigate the free press instead of his campaign and presidency.
"There were a lot more states," Republican Senator Richard Burr, the chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, told reporters at the U.S. Capitol.
The head of the U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee said on Wednesday there was general consensus in the panel that Russia interfered in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, but it was still examining evidence to determine if there was collusion between Moscow and the Trump campaign.
Trump is desperately spewing nonsense because he knows he has no credibility – and because, with each passing day, the obstruction of justice case against him builds a little bit more.
The Senate Intelligence Committee appears to be closing in on Donald Trump as they have requested all communications documents going back to the launch of his presidential campaign.
After Mike Flynn took the Fifth and refused to testify or turn over documents, the Senate Intelligence Committee subpoenaed two of Flynn's businesses, because a corporation has no Fifth Amendment rights. This a point that should scare the living daylights out of Donald Trump.
Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe directly contradicted the White House when he said that Comey maintained broad support within the FBI.
As Donald Trump prepares to take office, the Senate Intelligence Committee has announced a bipartisan investigation into Russian election hacking and any connections between Russia and any members of campaigns.
One of the last things Dianne Feinstein did as Chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee was to release a redacted 660 page executive summary of the Committee's 6,000 page report on the CIA's involvement in the Bush era torture program.
Conservatives have proffered every possible scenario to justify torture, including Supreme Court Justice Scalia invoking a fictional television counter-terrorism agent, Jack Bauer, torturing alleged terror suspects to stop a fictional attack on America.
As one would expect from criminals, many Republicans, George W. Bush, and former Bush administration officials in charge of the torture program condemned the Senate's report as a biased attempt to rewrite history.
The Senate Intelligence Committee's executive summary reveals that the CIA torture program was both brutal and ineffective.
Dick Cheney and his fellow Republicans have spent more than a decade claiming that torture both generated intelligence and was vital national security. The Senate Intelligence Committee report on torture proved both of these claims wrong.
Upon the release of the Senate Intelligence Committee's report on the CIA's torture program, President Obama praised the work of those who keep us safe, but reminded us that we are safer when we adhere to our values.
Senator Pat Roberts is not a current resident of Kansas. This issue has opened the window for the Kansas Tea Party to primary him in the fall.
In the lead up to the 2012 elections, Republicans were upset that the Obama administration was getting such great press on national security issues, so they demanded an investigation into the leaks.
The emails Republicans have been accusing the White House of not releasing were actually released two months ago, but House Speaker John Boehner skipped that briefing.
The torture debate is making an encore performance with the buzz around 'Zero Dark Thirty', a fictional account of Osama Bin Laden's capture, based on first-hand accounts reportedly from the CIA.