Rod Rosenstein has a lot of thoughts and feelings before he leaves the DOJ
The outgoing attorney general quotes the Eagles in a speech in New York Thursday.
Mueller report did not find that Trump campaign conspired with Russia, attorney general says
The attorney general says that the special counsel's report did not find Trump colluded with Russia or obstructed justice, and that there are no more indictments planned in the case.
Facebook was aware of Russian meddling as far back as 2014
Company emails show the company knew engineers were aware a Russian IP address was pulling "three billion data points a day" on its network.
Alleged spy took a Russian oligarch’s jet for secret 2016 meeting with Paul Manafort
A private jet flight provides fresh evidence of a link between Trump’s campaign chairman and a Russian oligarch.
Facebook's political ad tool let us buy ads “paid for” by Mike Pence and ISIS
It also allowed us to post actual propaganda from Russia's influence campaign during the 2016 election.
Trump says he meant to say the exact opposite of what he said about Russia's election meddling
"In a key sentence in my remarks, I said the word 'would’ instead of 'wouldn’t,'" Trump explained on Tuesday.
Russians hacked Hillary Clinton and the DNC on the very day Trump asked them to, according to Mueller investigation
“The fact that people have been indicted now means that our Department of Justice feels they can prove this beyond a reasonable doubt.”
The inspector general’s Comey report managed to piss off Democrats and Republicans
Both sides of the aisle found ways to be mad about the inspector's 568-page report that took 18 months to complete.
Bot or not: Can you tell which memes came straight from Russian trolls?
These Russian Facebook ads and good, old American memes look mighty similar.
Here are Russian trolls' 10 most viral Facebook posts targeting Americans
Pages like "Back the Badge," "Brown United Front," and "Woke Blacks" distributed Russian troll content designed to stoke resentment.
Now Russia says the U.S. is meddling in their election
Russia says a U.S. State Department statement represents direct interference in the upcoming presidential election.
Russian agents crushed it on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube during the election