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The Senate is tearing into Google for refusing to send a top exec to testify — and even left an empty chair and name tag to highlight its disple...

"Given its size and influence, I would have thought the leadership at Google would want to demonstrate how seriously it takes these challenges and to lead this important public discussion," Sen. Mark Warner of Virginia said.
Lanny Davis.

Lanny Davis’s walk-back of his bombshell claim to CNN is more complicated than it looks. And experts say it causes Michael Cohen some new proble...

Michael Cohen's attorney Lanny Davis turned heads in recent days after first saying his client had knowledge that Trump knew in advance of the controversial June 2016 Trump Tower meeting, and then saying he actually didn't know if Cohen had that information.

Senate Intelligence Committee wants Julian Assange to testify, and WikiLeaks isn’t ruling it out

The leaders of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence sent a letter to Wikileaks founder Julian Assange last week requesting that he speak with committee staffers about his connections to the Russian interference in the 2016 elections.
The Trump campaign is currently under investigation for possible collusion and obstruction of justice related to the FBI's Russia probe.

New Senate Intelligence Committee report backs up the intel community’s findings on Russian election meddling and flies in the face of TrumpR...

The Senate Intelligence Committee released a bipartisan report on the US intelligence community's January 2017 assessment of Russia's election meddling. It found that the assessment was a "sound intelligence product" and that the conclusions were "reached in a professional and transparent manner."
New York Times reporter Ali Watkins

The 26-year-old New York Times reporter who had a relationship with a Senate Intelligence aide has been reassigned

Ali Watkins, a New York Times national security reporter whose communications were secretly seized by the government earlier this year, will be reassigned from the paper's Washington, DC bureau to its New York City office.
Former Senate Intelligence Committee aide James A. Wolfe; New York Times reporter Ali Watkins.

How a young reporter’s affair with a top government staffer became the center of a classified leak investigation

Ali Watkins, a young New York Times reporter, recently became the known journalist to have her communications seized by the Trump administration. She'd been having an affair with a senior staffer on the Senate Intelligence Committee, which she covered.
A Customs and Border Protection officer at the Area Port of Champlain.

A Customs and Border Protection agent is facing misconduct allegations for questioning a reporter about her sources

Customs and Border Protection agent Jeffrey Rambo allegedly approached reporter Ali Watkins by email and then questioned her about her relationship with James Wolfe, the longtime security director for the Senate Intelligence Committee.
Jeff Sessions.

Former Senate Intel Committee employee arrested on charges of lying to the FBI

James Wolfe, the former director of security for the Senate Intelligence Committee, is accused of lying to the FBI amid an investigation over leaks of classified information.

Senate intel panel breaks with Trump and House Republicans, concludes Russia meddled in the 2016 election to help Trump and hurt Clinton

Russia interfered in the United States' 2016 presidential election with the intention of helping President Donald Trump and hurting his opponent Hillary Clinton, the bipartisan leaders of the Senate Intelligence Committee said in a statement on Wednesday.

How the White House is pushing through one of the most controversial nominees in recent history

The White House and the Republican National Committee are pulling out all the stops to push through Gina Haspel's nomination to serve as the next director of the Central Intelligence Agency, despite widespread opposition and skepticism about her past behaviour with the CIA.