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To date, there is no evidence that the DOJ or the FBI acted improperly while investigating Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign.
‘Super-creepy’: Former Trump campaign staffer alleges the president kissed her without consent in 2016
Alva Johnson, who worked on President Donald Trump's campaign in 2016, alleges Trump attempted to kiss her without consent.
Bernie Sanders campaign alumni want to address the sexual harassment they say took place in 2016 as he mulls another presidential run
Over two dozen women and men who worked for Senator Bernie Sanders' 2016 presidential campaign want to talk about sexual harassment in 2016 campaign.
Facebook slid 4% Friday after executives responded to The New York Times investigation on the company's chaotic leadership.
Vice News was able to create political ads on Facebook that claimed to be paid for by ISIS and Mike Pence.
Michael Lewis, the author of "The Big Short," claims that Mike Pence tried to kiss his wife, Karen, after Donald Trump won the election in November 2016 but that she turned away and said: "You got what you wanted. Now leave me alone." Lewis said he spoke to administration insiders who were in the Trump election HQ.
Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen backed up US intelligence findings on interference in the 2016 US presidential election Tuesday, saying "it was the Russians."
Trump backtracks in first statement after wild Putin press conference, saying he has ‘great confidence’ in his intelligence team
President Donald Trump said that he had “great confidence” in US intelligence agencies hours after questioning conclusions that Russia was to blame for meddling in the 2016 election. The tweet appeared to backtrack on what Trump said during a joint press conference with President Vladimir Putin.
Twitter has had a smashing year so far, outperforming most of the S&P 500, and it could rise even more, Goldman Sachs told clients Thursday.
New analysis from the Pew Research Center says 68% of Americans feel "worn out" by the current news cycle, the same rate of voters that said they were exhausted by 2016 election coverage.